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These four stadiums are Qatar’s Khalifa International, Al Janoub, Education City and Ahmad Bin Ali stadia which will host major matches.
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
The Ras Abu Aboud stadium is built using 974 modular containers. This containers are used for energy substation. So far all works on the stadium has been completed including the external part of the stadium. The stadium has 40,000 capacity of seats. The stadium was designed by FIA Fenwick Iribarren Architects company in Qatar. The interesting part of the stadium is the use of shipping containers in constructing the stadium.
The Lusail stadium has 80,000 capacity of seats. This stadium has air conditioners installed in it. The stadium was designed by Foster and other partners.
The stadium will host ten matches including the finals.
Al Thumama Stadium
The stadium is a 40,000 capacity seater. It was designed by Arab Engineering Bureau. It is a 12 kilometers journey from the country's city. The stadium will host 8 matches up to the quarter finals.
The following stadiums will be hosting matches of the tournament.
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