Al Bayt Stadium has been laid in a record time of just 6 hours 41 minutes!

  • 2 years   ago
Al Bayt Stadium has been laid in a record time of just 6 hours 41 minutes!

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC), the body in charge of conveying the framework required to have the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, reported the finishing of turf laying in Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor City, one of the eight that will have the World Cup finals, in world record time. 

In a tweet, the SC stated: "The FIFA-agreeable pitch at Al Bayt Stadium - Al Khor City has been laid in a record time of only 6 hours 41 minutes! Congrats to our group for this heavenly accomplishment! We anticipate breaking more records at our different arenas!" 

On March 22, SC had finished the turf laying of Al Wakrah Stadium setting a world record of 9 hours and 15 minutes. Al Bayt Stadium betters this record according to the SC tweet. 


Before Al Wakrah Stadium, the record was 13 hours 15 minutes, held by Khalifa International Stadium. Indeed, even that was an improvement from the past best set by the group who chipped away at Al Sadd Sports Club's arena in 2016, completing the procedure in only 14 hours and 40 minutes. 

The arena, which will have coordinates directly through to the 2022 FIFA World Cup semi-finals, is planned in the style of a customary Bedouin tent, will have a limit of 60,000 amid the World Cup. Post-competition, the limit will be diminished to roughly 30,000, with parts of the arena gave to nations needing donning infra-structure. 

The upper concourse of the arena will be changed over into a lodging, while a mall and part of Aspetar, the main games medication office, will likewise be joined into the structure, nearby stimulation and strip malls, multipurpose corridors and different settings. Parks and greenery will likewise shape an indispensable piece of the encompassing area.