Stadium 974, Doha


Stadium 974 Has Been Constructed Using Shipping Containers.

The Concept Of The Stadium Was Designed By Fenwick Iribarren Architects.

The Stadium Is Constructed On A 450,000 Square-Meter Waterfront Site And Is Situated
On An Artificial Promontory With Capacity: 40,000 People.

It Has A Modular Design, And Incorporates 974 Recycled Shipping Containers
In Homage To The Site’s Industrial History And The International Dialing Code For Qatar (+974).
Some Of The Containers House Stadium Amenities Such As Bathrooms And Concessions.

It Is A Temporary Venue Made From 974 Recycled Shipping Containers That Will
Host Matches During The 2022 FIFA World Cup.

The Shipping Containers And Seats Used By The Stadium Will Later Be Dismantled And Provided
As Assistance To Other Under-Developed Countries In The World.

974 Is The Number Of Shipping Containers Used To Build The Venue.
974 Is Also Qatar’s International Dialing Code And That Also Played A Part Behind
The Stadium’s Name. The Name Also Is Supposed To Reflect The Stadium’s Strategic Position,
Located Close To The Hamad International Airport, Doha Airport And Doha Port.

Stadium 974 Can Be Fully Dismantled After Use And Is The First Fully Demountable
Stadium In The History Of World Cups

It Is Situated Within 4kms Of The Hamad International Airport.
It Is Also Very Near To The Doha Airport And The Doha Port.

It Is Easily Accessible Using The Doha Metro. The Stadium Is Located Within 800m
Of The Ras Bu Abboud Station On The Gold Line Of The Metro.

It Is The First Temporary Venue In FIFA World Cup History.

It Will Host Seven Matches, Starting With Mexico Versus Poland On Tuesday November 22 At 7pm.

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