Qatar’s First Air-conditioned 2022 World Cup Venue, Is Finally Set (PHOTOS)
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May 19, 2017 ( Post 1 )
The first venue for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar has been completed, including the installation of cooling technology that was at the heart of the Arabian country’s bid for the tournament.
First built in 1976, Doha’s Khalifa International Stadium has been expanded to seat more than 40,000 fans and extensively renovated at a reported cost of £70million.
The Qatar 2022 organizing committee said the much-vaunted cooling technology will keep the pitch at a temperature of 26 degrees Celsius and the stands at 24-28 degrees year-round, while using 40 per cent less energy than other cooling methods.
See stunning images of the breathtaking stadium below…
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