Al Bayt Stadium is expected to serve as the 2021 Arab Cup tournament, the Qatar warm-up event for the Qatar World Cup 2022, following the confirmation of the national team tournament venues Monday. Six of the eight stadiums scheduled for Qatar World Cup 2022 will be used for the Arab Cup, except for Khalifa International Stadium and Lusail Stadium.
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The first one reopened in its way as the first venue for Qatar World Cup 2022 in May 2017, and Lusail Stadium, which is expected to kick off the opening and final Football World Cup finals, is not expected to be ready until the end of the year. The Arab Cup tournament will take place from November 30 to December 18 and is designed to allow fans to attend more than one game a day during the group stage, while getting the expected highlights next year at the Football World Cup.
Al Bayt Stadium, promoted by traditional Arab tents, will host the opening match between Qatar and Bahrain, as well as other final matches and three more. Al Thumama Stadium, which is based on the construction of traditional Arab clothing, will play six games, including the semi-finals.
Ras Abu Aboud Stadium, the first-ever Football World Cup stadium to be demolished and rebuilt after the event, will host another semi-final between its six matches, which will include a third-place play. The Ahmad Bin Ali, Education City, and Al Janoub stadiums, all built early in preparation for Qatar World Cup 2022, complete the Arab Cup stadium list, hosting four, five, and six games respectively. For more to know about Qatar World Cup Tickets Click here.
FIFA has confirmed Qatar’s plans to host the Arab Cup this year back in November when the event will be set as the final test of preparations for the Qatar World Cup 2022. The Qatar Football Association (QFA) and FIFA World Cup 2022 have initially announced that the Gulf country will host a pan-Arab tournament in June 2020. In line with the host nation, the following teams will compete Iraq, Oman, Bahrain, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, Mauritania, Syria, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Palestine, Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, and Sudan.
The 16 participating teams in the final round will be divided into four teams, with the top two coming out of each quarter-qualifying group. A total of 32 games will be held in 19 days. The Arab Nations Cup has been held earlier, but unusually as there are nine tournaments taking place between 1963 and 2012. The tournament will be presented by FIFA World Cup 2022, QFA, the Football World Cup Organizing Committee for the Delivery and Legacy Committee, and FIFA World Cup 2022 LLC.
Considered an important opportunity to test performance and resources ahead of Qatar World Cup 2022, the tournament will coincide with the Football World Cup. Both the Arab Cup and the Football World Cup finals will be held on par for one year – each on December 18. The Arab Cup ticket sales process will open tomorrow (Tuesday), only fully booked fans will be allowed to attend the games.
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