The magnificent Al Bayt Stadium will welcome fans for the first time on Tuesday 30 November when it hosts the FIFA Arab Cup match between Qatar and Bahrain.
Two spectacular stadiums will host their first competitive matches on the opening day of the FIFA Arab Cup Qatar 2021.
Al Bayt Stadium has become the second FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 tournament venue to achieve a five-star sustainability rating.
We have passed a number of exciting milestones during 2018, which culminated with unveiling the design for Lusail Stadium – the venue that will host the opening and final matches of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Once fully assembled, the roof will weigh around 1,600 tonnes – the equivalent of almost 380 medium-sized motor cars.
President of Kahramaa Essa Hilal al- Kuwari said the station was built at a cost of about QR 138mn.
According to a statement from Ashghal, the work includes the construction of a five-lane carriageway on either side in addition to 10 grade-separated interchanges, fast cycling lane and shared path.