Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium is the most innovative football stadium in Doha. The capacity of the stadium is 40,000. The architect of the stadium is Albert Speer. The stadium construction was by using shipping containers. This stadium is an amazing venue for the World Cup 2022. The stadium will pave a way of enjoyment for local people. The parts of the stadium can be used for decades.
The stadium has removable seats and modular building blocks. Shipping containers will be repurposed to contain important functions such as staircases and bathrooms. The modular design is sustainable due to a decrease in usage of construction materials that is achieved by using pre-fabricated materials. Overall, the benefits of these design elements have reduced the project’s carbon footprint and also allowed for the stadium to be dismantled and re-located once the FIFA World Cup is over.
The Stadium is being built on the shore of the Gulf in the east of Doha near the Port and Hamad International Airport. Ras Abu Aboud Stadium will one of the most unique stadiums in the world. Ras Abu Aboud Stadium is the seventh 2022 FIFA World Cup Venue in Doha.
Design inspiration: A beacon of innovation and sustainability on the shores of the Gulf
2022 matches: Up to the quarter-final stage
2022 capacity: 40,000
Legacy: A seafront development on the stadium site and multiple sporting facilities around Qatar
Legacy capacity: 0 (fully demountable stadium)
5x Group Matches
1x Round of 16
History from Wikipedia
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium (Arabic: استاد راس أبو عبود), is a proposed football stadium that will be built in Doha, Qatar in time for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
It has a planned capacity of 40,000 spectators and will be situated on an artificial promontory. It will build to a modular design, using recycled shipping containers, and is set to be dismantled after the 2022 World Cup concludes.