The maximum distance between the two stadiums at the two ends of Qatar is 55 km. As a result, if a spectator wants to watch multiple matches on the same day, he will not have any problem. Metro, tram, bus- multiple options will be near at hand.
Each stadium will have a solar panel farm. There is a system to reduce the temperature. It will be hot in Qatar even if it is played in November-December. This arrangement is to avoid inconvenience to footballers and spectators.
Lusail Stadium: A total of 10 matches will be played here, including the opening match and the final. 80 thousand spectators can be accommodated. The stadium was inaugurated this year, much later than the scheduled time. This glittering stadium has many facilities.
Most shockingly, after the World Cup, all the seats in the stadium will be sold and the stadium will be demolished. Because there is no need for a new stadium in Lusail.
Al Janoub Stadium: 40,000 spectators can be accommodated. There will be a total of seven matches here. It was previously known as Al Aqra Stadium. This stadium has a covered roof and an innovative cooling system inside. Arrangements have been made to organize matches at all times. It is modeled after the special boats of Arabia.
The design of this stadium has been controversial since its release. After the unveiling of British sculptor Zaha Hadid's design, many complained that it looked like female genitalia. Despite strong criticism, the design was not changed. This stadium was built first.
Al Bayt Stadium: 60,000 spectators can be accommodated. There will be eight matches including the first match. There is also a semi-final. It looks like a desert tent, which is often seen in the Middle East. Here too there is a system to cover the stadium with a roof.
This stadium is farthest from the center of Doha. But within this stadium, there are five-star hotels and all other facilities.
Ahmad bin Ali Stadium: 40,000 spectators can be accommodated. Seven matches will be played here. It was originally called Al-Rayyan Stadium. Later the name was changed. This stadium is built on the model of Qatari culture.
Education City Stadium: 40,000 spectators can be accommodated. Eight matches will be played here. This stadium is within the Qatar Foundation area. Qatar's women's team will use this stadium regularly after the World Cup.
This stadium looks like a diamond. Hence the name 'Diamond of the Desert'. The stadium will sparkle in the morning sun. There is lighting at night. The FIFA Club World Cup final was held here last year.
Al Thumama Stadium: 40,000 spectators can be accommodated. Eight matches will be played here. The stadium is modeled after the 'Gafia', a special Middle Eastern women's hat. First sculptor in Qatar to design a football stadium.
Its number of seats will be reduced to half after the World Cup. The seats will be sold in developed countries. A mosque and hotel will also be built within the stadium.
Stadium 974: 40,000 spectators can be accommodated. Seven matches will be played here. Many have questioned the strange naming of the stadium. Organizers said the stadium was built with 974 shipping containers, so named. It will be dismantled only after the World Cup.
Khalifa International Stadium: Capacity 45,416. There will be eight matches here. It is the only stadium, which was inaugurated before Qatar was given the responsibility to host the World Cup. It was created in 1976. It is the stadium of the country's men's football team.
Earlier Asian Games, Gulf Cup, AFC Asian Cup and World Athletics have been held here. In 2009, Brazil played a friendly match against England at this stadium. Liverpool won the Club World Cup here in 2019.