Education City Stadium, Doha


World Cup Capacity: 40,000 Seats

7km Away From Doha City Center.

Like Other Stadiums Built For The Purpose Of The 2022 FIFA World Cup It Has Been Criticized
For The Working Conditions For Migrant Workers, Also By Amnesty International.

The Education City Stadium Is One Of Eight Stadiums Being Converted For The 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar.

The Construction Of The Stadium Was Completed In June 2020,
Making It The Third World Cup Stadium It Officially Opened On 15 June 2020.

Quarter-Finals Venue During Qatar 202: During Qatar 2022,
The Stadium Is Set To Host Matches Up To The Quarter-Finals Stage

Transport: The Education City Stadium Is Accessible By Car. Parking Is Available In A Dedicated Parking Lot.
The Stadium Is Accessible By Doha Metro And Is Also Connected To The Education City Tram System.
Education City Station – On The Green Line – Is Located Just 500m From The Venue.
A Single Ticket On The Doha Metro Is QAR 3 ($0.82), While A Day Pass Costs QAR 9 ($2.47).
Inspiration: The Facade Of The Stadium Features Triangles That Form Complex,
Diamond-Like Geometrical Patterns Which Appear To Change Color With The Sun’s
Movement Across The Sky. Like Diamonds, The Stadium’s Design Represents Quality,
Durability And Resilience – And Will Become Something To Be Treasured, Both For The
Memories It Holds And Its Future Value To The Country.

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