Qatar has broken ground on another stadium for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, unveiling a massive 40,000-seat arena for the World Cup that’s entirely crafted from shipping containers.
The inspiration for this latest project is centred around sustainability. It will be the world’s first fully reusable football stadium.
From Inside its a shipping container stadium. The container will be used in making of every thing from bathrooms, offices and restaurants.
92 container have just arrived from china and thousands of expected in total..
The forty thousands seat’s stadium can be moved and can be expanded too. Team of Ras Abu Aboud stadium claiming it will cost 20 percent less than other traditional stadium.
From the initial stage of designing, whether container, steel structure or roof, it was focused that how all the components cab be demounted and re-use in future,according to officials.
the project is expected to be finished in next year. Once completed, it will be the first fully reusable FIFA World Cup stadium and one of seven being build just for 2022.
After world cup all the stadium will disassembled and will be used in building another stadium somewhere else in the world
Built with the notion of sustainable construction in mind, Qatar officials are partnering with architects Fenwick Iribarren, Schlaich Bergermann Partner and Hilson Moran on the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium. The building could even earn a four-star rating from the Global Sustainability Assessment System (GSAS) certification.
Qatar has now revealed the designs for all venues expected to be used in 2022 except the Lusail Stadium, which will host the opening game and World Cup final.