Qatar World Cup: Qatari artists display their ability at Al Thumama Stadium

The final touches are being made to Qatar Football World Cup stadiums as the country gears up to host international football’s star competition. The 40,000-capacity Al Thumama Stadium is one of eight host places for the World Cup, which will take place between 21 November and 18 December. As well as hosting games up to the quarter-finals phase, the arena is also a showcase for local creative talent.

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Al Thumama’s zone is decorated with a host of art installations produced by some of the most skilful creators in the nation. The painting is located in the main arrival, VIP areas and Amiri lounge, with all the works enthused by elements of Qatari traditions and inheritance much like the Qatar Football World Cup stadium itself. Designed by Qatari designer Ibrahim M. Jaidah, Al Thumama’s strategy is enthused by the ‘gahfiya’ a laced cap worn by men and boys across the Middle East and Arab world.

The stadium was opened last year when it hosted the Amir Cup final. Here, we speak to the artistic minds behind the art fragments to gain vision into their work.  Fakhroo said, I was inspired by the traditional doors in old neighbourhoods in Doha and I wanted to indicate the Qatari home through rustic surfaces. I have lived and spent most of my life in Al Salata, so I wanted to file a share of my life. I feel pleased to have the chance to display my work in one of the stadiums for the Qatar World Cup.

Al Harami said, my parts are enthused by different gahfiya patterns from the 1990s. I like art cross-stitch and my work combines both paint and embroidery. I was inflamed with art from a very young age. I have always looked to join in art projects in different systems. When I was advanced with the chance to show my work in one of the FIFA World Cup stadiums, I was overjoyed and knew I couldn’t pass! It will certainly be a great legacy for me in Al Thumama Stadium.

Al Nuaimi said I am very pleased to be able to glass case my pieces that carry old traditional names from our culture. I’m beyond eager to share them with all the travellers and Football World Cup admirers and give them a sight of our heritage. I want to teach them about the old outdated designs that our mothers used to wear, particularly the precious stones like the firoza. I want them to see how Qatari women used to dress in years gone by.

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A sight of our heritage for Qatar World Cup travellers:

Al Shebani said, different artworks plotting me. It could be anything from a theoretical piece, sculpture or even a video. I am an artist who thinks outside the box, and I’m more inclined to do what’s out of the normal. I am a rebel when it comes to innovation and creating new things. My artwork represents the tradition of a girl wearing the bouqnaq. In the past, girls used to wear the bouqnaq until they got matrimonial as its purpose is to inspire modesty.

Abel said, my art rehearsal revolves around our heritage, a space where we can explore the true definition of our identity. Our lineages were skilled in crafts, the arts and architecture, so the closer we are to these works, the closer we are to our enlightening identity. That’s why I found these gypsum patterns, doors, and windows, to be the most original artistic expression of our identity for the Football World Cup stadium.

The doors that we show today are more than 150 years old. I composed them from abandoned villages in the north of Qatar. Some of these doors were made from the wood of old ships. Some of them are older than two centuries. Seeing wood go from being used in a ship taking on the surfs of the Gulf to being used in a door in the north of Qatar before being finally exhibited in Al Thumama Stadium represents the non-perishable nature of the works. For more to know about Portugal Football World Cup Tickets Click here.

The way this beautiful trip ends at a World Cup stadium makes me very happy. Al Muftah said, my work contains embroidery on canvas. The elements used in this artwork are inspired by the local atmosphere; the canvas, the letters and the embroidery. They are all chiefly used within our culture. The letter Q (in Arabic) can be seen from different viewpoints. One perspective is seeing it as an Arabic letter. From a different perspective, the letter can be seen as a dhow boat sailing the sea.

Portugal Football World Cup team history

The Portugal national football team has signified Portugal in the international men’s football competition FIFA World Cup since 1921. The national team is measured by the Portuguese Football Federation (FPF), the governing body for football in Portugal. Portugal’s home games are played at various stadiums throughout Portugal, and its main training ground and technical headquarters, Cidade do Futebol, is positioned in Oeiras.

The present head coach of the team is Fernando Santos and the captain is Cristiano Ronaldo, who also holds the team best for most caps and most goals. Portugal’s first contribution to the main tournament final was at the 1966 Football World Cup, which saw a team containing Ballon d’Or winner Eusebio finish in third place. Portugal also made it to the semi-finals of the UEFA Euro 1984 losing to hosts and final winners France.

Under the side’s first golden generation in the 1990s, Portugal began reliably being present in all the final stages of major contests, reaching the semi-finals of Euro 2000, the Euro 2004 Final after losing to Greece on home soil, and the semi-finals of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, concluding in fourth place, the best result of the country in the World Cup since 1966. This was in great part due to the manufacture of several players, such as Luis Figo, Rui Costa, Ricardo Carvalho, and Cristiano Ronaldo, who is stared as one of the greatest players of all time.

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Diogo Jota wins the award earlier held by World Cup star Cristiano Ronaldo

Diogo Jota has won a separate award in his home country of Portugal. Liverpool and Portugal Football World Cup team player Diogo Jota has won the Talent that marks the World award for March. The scheduled award is presented to a Portuguese coach or player who has made the greatest impact, outside of Portugal. Previous winners include Manchester United’s Cristiano Ronaldo and Fulham boss, Marco Silva.

After accepting the prize, Jota talked about how important the award is for Portuguese players who don’t play in their home country, as quoted by Anfield Watch’s Twitter account. It is a great source of pride to win this award, said Jota. I’ve been playing outside of Portugal for a few years now and it’s always good to get this kind of recognition, in what I think is a good initiative from Liga Portugal.

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