Al-Janoub Stadium, in the past known as Al-Wakrah Stadium, is a football arena in Al-Wakrah, Qatar that was introduced on 16 May 2019. This is the second among the eight arenas for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar, after the remodel of Khalifa International Stadium. It was planned by Iraqi-British engineer Zaha Hadid along with the firm AECOM.
The arena includes a curvilinear postmodernist and neo-futurist plan. The presence of the rooftop was motivated by the sails of conventional Dhow boats, utilized by pearl jumpers from the locale, weaving through flows of the Persian Gulf.
It will be the authority seat of the football club Al-Wakrah SC, where matches for the Qatar Stars League will be held. The limit of the arena is 40,000, which is required to diminish fifty-fifty to 20,000 after the World Cup.
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