Photo: DOHA, QATAR - UNDATED:   In this handout image supplied by Qatar 2022  The Al-Rayyan stadium  is pictured in this artists impression as Qatar 2022 World Cup bid unveils it's stadiums on September 16, 2010 in Doha, Qatar. It has been designed to include a "media facade" that includes a membrane that acts as a screen for projections; news, commercials, sports updates and current tournament information and matches.  (Photo by Qatar 2022 via Getty Images)
Photo: DOHA, QATAR - UNDATED:   In this handout image supplied by Qatar 2022  The Sports City stadium is pictured in this artists impression as Qatar 2022 World Cup bid unveils it's stadiums on September 16, 2010 in Doha, Qatar. The stadium draws it's inspiration from the traditional Arabian tent "architecture"  (Photo by Qatar 2022 via Getty Images)
Photo: DOHA, QATAR - UNDATED:   In this handout image supplied by Qatar 2022  The Al-Wakrah stadium complex is pictured in this artists impression as Qatar 2022 World Cup bid unveils it's stadiums on September 16, 2010 in Doha, Qatar.  (Photo by Qatar 2022 via Getty Images)
Photo: LUSAIL CITY, QATAR:  In this handout illustration provided by Qatar 2022, the Qatar 2022 Bid Committee today unveiled detailed plans for the iconic Lusail Stadium. With a capacity in excess of 86,000 and surrounded by water,  the stadium would host the World Cup Opening Match and Final if Qatar wins the rights to stage the 2022 FIFA World Cup. If Qatar is awarded the honour of staging the 2022 FIFA World Cup, construction of the Lusail Stadium will start in 2015 and be completed in 2019.  It will retain its full capacity after 2022. (Illustration by Qatar 2022 via Getty Images)
Loading...
Alireza Yavari
Public
DOHA, QATAR - UNDATED: In this handout image supplied by Qatar 2022 The Al-Wakrah stadium complex is pictured in this artists impression as Qatar 2022 World Cup bid unveils it's stadiums on September 16, 2010 in Doha, Qatar. (Photo by Qatar 2022 via Getty Images)
8 plus ones
one comment