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Qatar presented a stadium built with recycled materials that will be dismantled at the end of the World Cup

Less and less is missing for the start of the new edition of the World Cup. With the national teams playing the 32 tickets available to play the Qatar World Cup 2022, the organizers continue to work steadily to host what promises to be one of the most luxurious editions of recent years.

While the Argentine National Team already has its place assured after the 0-0 with Brazil in San Juan, Qatar inaugurated this Saturday the seventh stadium for the World Cup. Is he 974 Stadium, which will go down in history for being the first World Cup stage that will be completely dismantled after the competition. Its parts, however, will be used to build sports facilities in Qatar and abroad.

Made with 974 containers and recycled materials: this is the stadium that & quot; will disappear & quot;  after the Qatar World Cup
974 Stadium is a stadium built with recycled materials.

The 974, which will receive its first official match on November 30 With the opening of the Arab Cup between the United Arab Emirates and Syria, it is located in the Ras Abu Aboud area, near the port of Doha and overlooking the spectacular West Bay.

It has a capacity of 40,000 spectators and is built with recycled materials and 974 shipping containers for maritime cargo, which give the origin to the name. Also, it matches the Qatari dialing prefix from the rest of the world.

The 974 will house seven games to the round of 16 phase during Qatar 2022. And, during the Arab Cup, which will take place from November 30 to December 18, the stadium will host six games, including the first semi-final and the third-place match. It is the seventh stadium to be completed by the Organizing Committee after Khalifa International, Al Janoub, Education City, Ahmad Bin Ali, Al Bayt and Al Thumama.

“We are very proud to announce the completion of 974 Stadium. This is another milestone on the road to 2022 as we move closer to hosting the first FIFA World Cup in the Middle East and the Arab world », said the secretary general of the Supreme Organizing Committee, Hassan Al Thawadi.

Made with 974 containers and recycled materials: this is the stadium that will disappear after the Qatar World Cup
This is stadium 974, which will be dismantled after the World Cup in Qatar.

He added: “We consider the innovative design and a legacy for future hosts of mega-events of this type. Because after hosting matches during the largest sporting event ever held in this region, it will be completely dismantled, and the containers and other parts will be used to create new facilities in Qatar and around the world. It is another example of the powerful legacy that our World Cup will leave behind ”.

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There is still a long way to go for the event and it is not possible to consult the exact values ​​for the time in which the competition will take place –between November 21 and December 18 next year-, but the prices that are handled for close dates give a panorama that it will not be an inexpensive trip.

Increasing a 300 percent in the search for tickets was confirmed by the agency TurismoCity.

World Cup 2022: How much does a ticket to Qatar cost?

TN Sports conducted a survey with prices to travel to Qatar weeks before the start of the World Cup. The values ​​of a round trip Buenos Aires-Doha air are around 725 thousand pesos -with taxes-, with various scales in the middle.

In this way, both the outbound and the return trip could have a total duration of between 40 and 50 hours.

tickets to Qatar
The price of traveling to Qatar

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