World Cup 2022 Stadium Profile: Al Thumama Stadium - Another stadium that Qatar will use at the 2022 World Cup is Al Thumama Stadium. This stadium was built since 2017 and is one of the stadiums specifically built to welcome the grandest football event in the world.

The official opening was in October 2021. His first moment was when he hosted the 2021 Emir Cup final.

In addition, Al Thumama Stadium was also used to host the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup. There were a total of six matches held at this stadium including the semifinal between Qatar and Algeria.

The location is compared to several other stadiums including those quite close to Hamad International Airport. With a distance of only 8 km, one does not need up to half an hour to access the stadium from the airport.

Shaped Like a Peci

The most striking of Al Thumama Stadium is the form of its design. The shape is completely circular with the dominant color white.

Investigate a calibaration, the architect who designed it Ibrahim M. Jaidah was inspired by the cap. One of the accessories worn on the heads of Muslim men.

Exterior motifs on the outside of the walls are very detailed. Although it looks closed, in fact the stadium is still open with several ventilation systems made.

Al Thumama Stadium has the standard capacity as a World Cup stadium in general, only 40,000 seats are installed. Half of it will be demolished after the World Cup is over to make room for public service places for the surrounding community.

Match Schedule

21 November 2022: Senegal vs Netherlands (Group A)

23 November 2022: Spain vs Costa Rica (Group E)

25 November 2022: Qatar vs Senegal (Group A)

27 November 2022: Belgium vs Morocco (Group F)

November 29, 2022: Iran vs United States (Group B)

1 December 2022: Canada vs Morocco (Group F)

December 4, 2022: Winner of Group D vs Runner-up of Group C (Round of 16)

10 December 2022: Match winner 55 vs Winner match 56 (Round 8)

Post a Comment

Previous Post Next Post