The "Diamond in the Desert" stadium, which has 45,350 seats, is one of eight places that will host matches during the football tournament, which will be held in the Middle East in 2022.
The London design was based on a concept invented by the Spanish studio Fenwick-Iribarren Architects. The place is located west of Doha in the University City district of Education City, which gives the building its name, and next to the Doha Metro, for direct access to public transportation, and uses LED sports lighting, it was built from 29% recycled materials, and a total of 85% of Articles regionally.
Its façade consists of a mosaic triangle pattern that takes the form of Arabic architecture, and is designed to distract the strong sunlight in the country, and the facade can be illuminated at night.
"Like diamonds, the stadium design represents quality, durability and flexibility, and it will become something worth getting rich, both for the memories it holds and for its future value for the country."
The stadium has received a five-star sustainability rating from the Global Sustainability Assessment System.
After the World Cup, the stadium will be transformed into a sports center for the surrounding universities and the local community.
The top layer of seats will be removed to reduce the stadium capacity to 20,000, and parts of the building will be converted into classrooms and event venues for use by universities.