Tag: Qatar


Qatar’s landmark stadium to open in 2021

Qatar Lusail Stadium May 2020 update

Qatar presses on with stadium projects for the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ despite the world getting caught in the COVID-19 maelstrom. However, the new national football venue of Qatar, Lusail Stadium, will not be completed in 2020. Instead of 2020, it will now open in March 2021. Recent reports suggest... » Read more


Sustainability reigns high in Qatar stadium

Qatar Ras Abu Aboud Stadium May 2020

Ras Abu Aboud Stadium in Doha, Qatar, will be unique in its own way as it will be a trailblazer in stadium and a blueprint for future sports events. But, the sustainable legacy of the venue began long before construction even started. Ras Abu Aboud Stadium is a proposed football stadium which is... » Read more


Five-star rating for in-the-offing Education City Stadium

Qatar Education City Stadium

Education City Stadium – one of the host stadia for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and a proposed quarter-final venue – has become the first tournament facility to boast five-star rating. The Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS) has bestowed the rating on the facility. The... » Read more


Ooredoo boost to fans for Qatar FIFA event

Ooredoo boost to fans for Qatar FIFA event

The Doha-headquartered leading Qatari international telecommunications company Ooredoo will provide fix-line mobile services for 2019 FIFA Club World Cup to be held in Qatar between December 11 and 21. Seven of the world’s top teams will take part in the soccer extravaganza to compete for the... » Read more


Elegant-looking Education City Stadium to open in Qatar

Education City Stadium Qatar

A 40,000- capacity venue – Education City Stadium with a very high chic quotient – will open on December 18, 2019 coinciding with Qatar’s National Day. It will also hold the FIFA Club World Cup semi-final on December 18 followed by the tournament’s final three days later. Dubbed the... » Read more


Qatar to host two FIFA Club World Cups

Qatar to host two FIFA Club World Cups

The next two Club World Cups, in December this year and in 2020, will be played in Qatar as preparation for the 2022 World Cup, Al-Jazeera reported citing the global football governing body FIFA. The seven-team club tournament, which will include European champion Liverpool this year, will be... » Read more


Education City stadium gets sustainability rating

Qatar Education City Stadium

The design and construction of Qatar’s Education City Stadium – which is set to host matches during the 2022 FIFA World Cup™ – has achieved an outstanding sustainability rating, according to media reports. Under the Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS), it has become the first... » Read more


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