World Cup 2022 hosts Qatar are set to unveil their latest completed world cup venue during the 2019 Club World Cup. According to reports Qatar have scheduled the semifinal involving Liverpool to be held in the Education City Stadium.
The 40,000 capacity stadium is nicknamed Diamond in the Desert and will host the Club World Cup tournament as part of the test running process.
The date which coincides with the Qatar National Day could become exciting if Al Sadd the local team manage to get through the double challenge of Hienghene Sport and CF Monterrey to face Liverpool.
In the event of this it would feature the Reds against the Qatari Champions managed by Spanish Legend XaviHenandez, Which would most likely be the biggest game in Qatari club football history.
The stadium is located right in the heart of the education city and will host matches up to the quarter-final of the 2022 World Cup.
The stadium is one of the venues that has its design from the rich historical architecture of the Islamic nation. The dome consists of three triangles that form a complex pattern that changes depending on the position of the sun.
Speaking about this development Hassan Al Thawadi, Secretary-General of the Supreme Committee for Delivery & Legacy (SC) revealed his delight.
According to him, the FIFA Club World Cup is a showpiece that will give thousands of fans across the world a taste of what to expect at the World Cup. FIFA have granted Qatar the right to host the next two editions of the Club World Cup0 as part of preparatory plans for 2022.
The Education City stadium is also expected to host the final of the Club World Cup tournament which will kick off on December 11 and played across three venues in the country.