Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium will host the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar play-off matches

On Wednesday, May 4, the International Football Association (FIFA) announced the dates and venue of the play-off matches for the Qatar 2022 World Cup, in which teams from 4 football confederations (North America “CONCACAF”, South America “CONMEBOL”, Asia, and Oceania) will compete. ) to get two tickets to participate in the World Cup.

The UAE is preparing for the third group of the first group of Asian qualifiers, to face Australia, the third group of the second group of Asian qualifiers, in the Qatari capital, Doha, and the match will be held on June 7 at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, with the winner of the meeting facing the Peruvian team, which finished the South American qualifiers. In fifth place, the match will be held on June 13 of the same month at (21:00) Mecca time.

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The winner of these matches is expected to join Group D of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, along with defending champion France, Denmark and Tunisia.

In a related context, Costa Rica, ranked fourth in the CONCACAF qualifiers, will face its rival, New Zealand, the Oceania champion, on the last ticket to qualify for the Qatar World Cup, on June 14 at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium in the Qatari capital, Doha, at 21:00 Mecca time. Al Mukarramah.

The qualifiers from this match will join Group E of the World Cup, along with Spain, Germany and Japan.

The State of Qatar had previously inaugurated Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium on December 18, 2020, in conjunction with the Emir of Qatar Cup final, and the stadium has many advantages, most notably the innovative cooling technology that allows players to overcome the hot summer months.

Six matches from the World Cup group stage will be held at Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium, and it will host one of the round of 16 matches, and one of the winners of the June matches will face Japan at the same stadium on November 27.

According to the results of the final draw held on the first of April, the team winning the first match will go to Group D to face France, the 2018 champion in its opening match, while the winning team in the second play-off match will go to Group E to face Spain in its first match. in the tournament.

It is worth noting that Qatar pledges to organize the World Cup, the greatest in the history of the competition, amid great preparations and great praise from various personalities and bodies in the world of football.

Qatar 2022 World Cup stadiums

  • Ahmed Bin Ali Stadium: Capacity of 40,000 seats, located in one of the most traditional cities in Qatar, and will be the home of Al Rayyan Sports Club, which has a wide fan base.

  • Khalifa International Stadium: The capacity is 40,000 seats.. dear to the hearts of the people of Qatar because it drew the history of football in the country. It was built in 1976 and renovated to host the 2022 World Cup.

  • Stadium 974: a capacity of 40,000 seats.. It is made up of shipping containers and fully detachable steel beams. It symbolizes the maritime history of Doha and is in harmony with the port that is located close to it.

  • Education City Stadium: The capacity is 40,000. It is surrounded by a number of leading universities in Qatar and will host matches up to the quarter-finals.

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