Qatar's Al Wakrah Stadium to be inaugurated for 2019 Amir Cup Final on 16 May

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Qatar's Al Wakrah Stadium to be inaugurated for 2019 Amir Cup Final on 16 May

Qatar's Al Wakrah Stadium is set to have its first match next month: the Amir Cup last on 16 May. The Qatar Football Association (QFA) and the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SC) together reported that it would have the last amid a question and answer session at Al Bidda Tower in Doha. 

The 40,000-situate secluded field is one of eight settings that will have matches at the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™. It is the second to finish development behind the redevelopment of Khalifa International Stadium, which facilitated the 2017 Amir Cup last. Al Wakrah Stadium is the principal Qatar 2022 arena to be worked sans preparation. 


Located 23km from Doha downtown area, the arena flaunts a retractable rooftop and inventive cooling framework, preparing it for all year use. 

The launch of Al Wakrah Stadium is a critical advance headed straight toward 2022," said Thani Khalifa Al Zarraa, the arena venture supervisor for SC. "Its imaginative and cutting edge configuration implies it is set to be one of the notorious settings amid the first FIFA World Cup in the Arab world. We trust a huge number of football fans the nation over will go along with us for this milestone event as we praise the advancement we have made to-date and anticipate 2022 with restored fervor." 

Al Wakrah Stadium will be home to Al Wakrah Sports Club. Following the World Cup, its ability will be diminished to 20,000. Abundance seats will be given to football advancement extends abroad.