FIFA World Cup 2022: This stadium of Qatar will now be demolished, know the reason

The FIFA World Cup 2022 is being played in 8 stadiums in Qatar. But one of these stadiums is going to be demolished soon. but why? Let's know.

Dec 7, 2022 - 10:02
FIFA World Cup 2022: This stadium of Qatar will now be demolished, know the reason

The 2022 edition of the FIFA World Cup, which is called the Mahakumbh of football, started in Qatar on 20 November. The knockout 16 groups of this tournament, which runs till 18 December, has also started. This World Cup of Football is being played in 8 stadiums in Qatar. These stadiums have been built especially for the FIFA World Cup. But now one of these stadiums will be demolished soon.

Stadium 974 built-in Qatar's capital Doha will be demolished soon. The last match of the tournament has been played in this stadium and it will be demolished soon. According to the report, this is not a new plan. The plan to demolish Doha's Stadium 974 was made before the start of the FIFA World Cup 2022. However, the information about which day this stadium will be demolished has not been revealed.

The 40,000-seat Stadium 974 in Doha is constructed from recycled shipping containers and recycled steel. According to the report, recycled material has been used in the construction of this stadium, so that after the use of the stadium, this site can be used for restoration if needed, or the material used in it can be used for some other purpose. To be. The makers of Stadium 974 never built this stadium for the purpose of building a long-time stadium.

Stadium 974 is the only stadium among all the stadiums built in Qatar for the FIFA World Cup 2022, which is completely non-air-conditioned.

The organizers have so far informed that after the demolition of Stadium 974, a venue of the same size can be built at some other place. Or many stadiums of small size can also be constructed. Not only this but the infrastructure used in this stadium can also be given to other countries where it is needed.

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