Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
|Category||Design being implemented|
|Tournament||World Cup 2022|
|Construction||2018 - 06/2020|
|Design||Fenwick Iribarren Architects|
Description: Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
The main idea behind this stadium is truly revolutionary: if built in its presented shape, it would be the first ever fully demountable and transportable stadium that could be re-erected at any location worldwide. It's designed with the 2022 World Cup in mind while afterwards only a field-sized lake will remind everyone where the stadium used to stand.
While concepts of temporary stadiums are nothing new and have, to some extent, been introduced during numerous tournaments, the Qatari tournament could be a milestone. Created only with modular, demountable structures, including shipping containers for catering, media and even staircases.
The stadium could also be used to supply modules for other smaller venues like amphitheaters, indoor arenas or smaller sports venues. Simply anything as long as its fully reused after the tournament and leaves the site for only 450,000 m2 of green leisure space.
Qatar: Fully demountable stadium close to completion
The construction of the only stadium for the 2022 World Cup, the structure of which is not permanently connected to the ground, is nearing the end. However, the official opening has not yet been revealed.
Qatar 2022: Lusail as the cherry on top, final stadium coming
Qatar's largest stadium and the golden stadium of the 2022 World Cup is expected to be delivered in September. Opening could take place in December, should all go well. By then, all stadia of the tournament will be ready.
Qatar 2022: Opening game at Al Bayt, full schedule here
All of the match schedule for the 2022 World Cup has been presented today. Both the tournament and its knock-out stage will begin at Al Bayt Stadium, while the final, on Dec 18, will be housed by Lusail Stadium.
Qatar 2022: Seating manufacturer selected for further stadiums
The Supreme Committee selected the Qatari-Polish consortium to equip Lusail Stadium, Ras Abu Aboud Stadium and Qatar Foundation Stadium. The joint-venture will provide seats for 6 out of 8 World Cup stadiums.