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Qatar 2022 stadiums continue to take shape

Qatar 2022 stadiums 
continue to take shape

The Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy remains on track to deliver all eight stadiums for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ well ahead of schedule.
Khalifa International Stadium was the first tournament venue to open following an extensive redevelopment in 2017. Al Janoub Stadium was the first venue to be built from scratch when it opened in May 2019.
Three more stadiums are set to be completed by the end of 2020: Al Bayt and Al Rayyan, and the third tournament-ready venue for Qatar 2022 in Education City. The remaining venues will be delivered well in advance of the tournament, which will kick off on 21 November 2022.
Here are the latest updates from each Qatar 2022 stadium:
Khalifa International
Stadium
 Following an extensive redevelopment, the stadium re-opened on 19 May 2017 when it hosted the Amir Cup final
 During 2019, the stadium hosted the IAAF World Athletics Championships, along with matches during both the 24th Arabian Gulf Cup and FIFA Club World Cup Qatar 2019™
 Stadium boasts a strong hosting history, including the 2006 Asian Games, FIFA World Youth Championship Qatar 1995 and Asian Football Confederation competitions
Al Janoub Stadium
 Stadium opened on 16 May 2019 when it hosted the Amir Cup final
 During 2019, the stadium hosted matches during the 24th Arabian Gulf Cup
Third tournament-ready venue for Qatar 2022 in Education City
 Stadium completion to be officially announced on 15 June 2020
 Building works completed
 Installation of stadium envelope, seats, arch finishes and roof structure completed
 Mechanical, engineering and plumbing works completed
 Testing and commissioning almost completed
Al Rayyan Stadium
 Installation of roof standing seam/roof membrane and windscreen completed
 Gym equipment installed within precinct
 Mechanical, engineering and plumbing works 99% complete
 Internal finishing in progress
 Installation of external render, curtain wall glazing, fiberglass façade panels, pavers and precinct turf completed
 Installation of Asphalt wearing course complete
 Precinct training pitch turf is 50% complete
 Qatar Civil Defence testing and commissioning is 91% complete
Al Bayt Stadium
 Seating installations and finishing works almost complete
 Inspections from local authorities arranged for stadium, energy centre and precinct areas
 Testing and commissioning in progress for the stadium and energy centre
 Mechanical, engineering and plumbing works almost completed
Lusail Stadium
 Installation of superstructure, precast units and roof compression ring completed
 De-propping of roof compression ring completed
 Installation of golden triangular façade is 21% complete
 Mechanical, electrical and plumbing works 52% complete
 Stadium pitch development is 21% complete
 Installation of spectator seats has commenced
 Interior and exterior works are 40% complete
 Infrastructure works are 45% complete
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium
 All structural foundations are completed
 Underground utilities are 71% complete
 Fabrication of the steel structure is 95% complete and the development of the bowl steel is 50% complete
 Overall container fabrication progress is 97% complete
 The total container scope is 973, of which 949 are completed and delivered to site. 505 containers have already been installed at the stadium
Al Thumama Stadium
 Roof truss and cabling works completed
 Roof membrane installation of 680 panels completed
 Façade membrane installation completed in all 40 bays
 Bleacher installation completed
 Installation of seating is 56% complete
 Mechanical, engineering and plumbing works are 73% complete
 Finishing work 53% complete
(SC.qa)

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