World Cup stadium begins to be dismantled

Stadium 974 drew attention for being made out of shipping containers and the first collapsible World Cup venue.

Stadium 974 drew attention for being made of containers and the first collapsible World Cup. Photo: (Harry Langer/DeFodi Images via Getty Images)

A cause for attention on the part of fans at the World Cup in Qatar, which is being held between November 20th and December 18th of this year, Stadium 974, which bears the name not only because it is the DDI code of the host country, but, also, because it was made from the same amount of containers, it has already started to be dismantled and has as possible destinations for its old structure countries in Africa and Uruguay.

The game that marked the last appearance of 974 in the World Cup was the Brazilian thrashing of South Korea by 4-1, which eliminated the Asians and stamped the passport of the Brazilian National Team for the quarterfinals of the competition, where Brazil will face Croatia, which eliminated Japan.

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What will happen to the other World Cup stadiums?

Al Janoub

Another stadium that will no longer be used at the World Cup, the Croatia-Japan stage will have its capacity reduced by half, from 40 to 20 thousand, and will have its structure destined for charitable purposes. Al-Wakrah, a club from Qatar, will continue to play their home games at the stadium.

Al Bayt

The opening stage for the World Cup, the 60,000-capacity stadium will become a luxurious hotel with an arena that can hold up to 32,000 people.

Education City

From 40,000 seats for the World Cup, the stadium will become the home of the Qatar women’s national team and will reduce its capacity to 25,000 people.

Ahmad Bin Ali

The stadium will remain the home of Al-Rayyan, but its capacity will be reduced from 40 to 20 thousand people.

Al Thumama

A sports medicine clinic will be installed on the stage for eight World Cup games, in addition to also having its capacity reduced from 40 to 20 thousand people.

Khalifa International

The only stadium built from scratch for the World Cup, Khalifa will return to 40,000 fans (it was increased to 50,000) and will continue to be the home of the Qatar men’s soccer team.

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