List of Stadiums Used for Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup, How To Buy Tickets For Stadiums And Important Matches

Qatar Stadiums For World Cup: FIFA world cup 2022 is scheduled from 20th November to 18th December and will be hosted by Qatar. This is the 22nd edition of the FIFA world cup and will be a noteworthy season as it’s the first time that a Middle Eastern country will be hosting a Football World Cup.

Also, it is the 2nd time that Asia will host the World Cup last it was co-hosted by Japan and South Korea. There are 7 latest stadiums built for the FIFA World Cup 2022, all 64 matches will be held there.

Let’s know more about the location and matches.

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List of Stadiums In Qatar Where FIFA World Cup 2022 Matches will be Played 

There are a total of 32 teams, 64 matches, and 8 playing venues for the World Cup. The opening match and final match of the tournament will be played at Al Bayt Stadium and Lusail Stadium respectively.

Qatar World cup 2022 list of stadiums,

Lusail Stadium:

  • Capacity: 80,000 seats
  • Opening: 2022
  • It is also known as Lusail Iconic Stadium.

Important Matches: 

  • Match-64: FIFA World Cup 2022 Finals, 18th December
  • Match-61: Semifinals, 13th December
  • Match 57- Quarter-finals
  • Match-56: Round of 16
  • Match-32: Portugal vs Uruguay, 28th November
  • Match-24: Argentina vs Mexico, 26th November
  • Match-16: Brazil vs Serbia, 24th November

Al Bayt Stadium:

  • Capacity: 60,000 Seats
  • Opening: 2021

Important Matches

  • Match-62: Semifinals, 14th December
  • Match-59: Quarterfinals, 10th December
  • Match-51: Round of 16, 4th December
  • Match-28: Spain vs Germany, 27th November
  • Match-20: England vs United States, 25nd November

Al Wakrah (Al Janoub Stadium):

  • Capacity: 40,000 Seats
  • Opening: 2020

Important Matches

  • Match-53, Round of 16, 5th December
  • Match-5: France vs Australia, 22nd November
  • Match-13: Switzerland vs Cameroon, 24th November

Khalifa International Stadium

  • Capacity: 40,000 Seats
  • Opening: 1976

Important Matches

  • Match-63: 3rd Place, 17th December
  • Match-49: Round of 16, 3rd December
  • Match-43: Japan vs Spain, 1st December
  • Match-3: England vs Iran, 21st November

Education City Stadium

  • Capacity: 40,000 Seats
  • opening: 2020
  • Also Known as Qatar Foundation Stadium

Important Matches

  • Match-58: Quarter-finals, 9th December
  • Match-55: Round of 16, 6th December
  • Match-46, South Korea vs Portugal, 2nd December

Ahmad Bin Ali Stadium

  • Capacity:40,000 Seats
  • Opening: 2020

Important Matches

  • Match-50: Round of 16, 3rd December
  • Match-41: Croatia vs Belgium, 1st December
  • Match-33: Wales vs England, 29th November

Stadium 974

  • Capacity: 40,000 Seats
  • Opening: 2021
  • Earlier known as Ras Abu Aboud Stadium

Important Matches

  • Match-54: Round of 16, 5th December
  • Match-31: Brazil vs Switzerland, 28th November
  • Match-23: France vs Denmark, 26th November
  • Match-39: Poland vs Argentina, 30 November

Al Thumama Stadium

  • Capacity: 40,000 Seats
  • Opening: 2021

Important Matches

  • Match-60: Quarterfinals, 10th December
  • Match-52: Round of 16, 4th December

FIFA World Cup 2022 How to Buy Tickets

Fans can get access to the tickets for FIFA World Cup directly through the FIFA website, where people can register themselves on FIFA’s ticket portal website.

So far about the first two sections of the tickets have been sold (around 1.8 million tickets). The tickets for World Cup will be provided on a First come first serve basis.

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Payal Kumari
Payal Kumari
Payal Kumari is pursuing her bachelor's in journalism from St. Xavier's College, Ranchi. She is a sports enthusiast and currently pens down her thoughts for Sports Axle.


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