The Amazing Features Lusail Iconic Stadium Of Qatar
Lusail International Stadium is a football stadium in Lusail, Qatar. The stadium will host the final game of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
The Lusail Stadium, owned by the Qatar Football Association, is the biggest stadium in Qatar and one of eight stadiums being converted for the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.
The stadium was designed by British firm Foster + Partners, and Populous, supported by MANICA Architecture. The stadium has a capacity of 80,000 seats.
Like the other stadiums planned for the 2022 World Cup, the Lusail Stadium will be cooled using solar power and have a zero carbon footprint.
Construction of the stadium began on 11 April 2017. The end of construction of the Stadium was originally scheduled for 2020. It was then to host three friendly matches until the 2022 World Cup, but as the completion of the stadium was postponed, it will subsequently host 10 games including the final.
The sleek old shape of the arena and it’s sloping roof looks really unique and amazing. The shape is based upon bowls, vessels and art pieces used across the Middle East for centuries.
The 80,000 capacity stadium has gold mutted exterior amd an advanced lighting system that maximises the interaction of light for approaching fans.
The stadium is also said to be equipped with air-conditioning system with the aim of making spectators feel at ease during during the world Cup matches.
Following the World Cup, it is expected to be reconfigured into a 40,000-seat stadium.
Excess seating will be removed, and other parts of the building repurposed as a community space with shops, cafés, athletic and education facilities, and a health clinic.