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The five star stadium to be used for Qatar's 2022 World Cup

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The Qatar's third venue for the 2022 World Cup called the 'Education City Stadium' or 'Diamond in the Desert' is stadium completed.

The Next world cup would be commencing in Qatar in the year 2022, in preparation for the world cup, Qatar have been able to complete their 5 star stadium called Education City Stadium or Diamond in the Desert stadium.

The stadium is said to be the first from Qatar 2022 to receive five stars from the Global Sustainability Assessment System.

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Al Khater said 'All the other stadiums in Qatar are four stars stadiums, so the Education City Stadium been a five stars stadiums make it different and unique because most of the material used to build the stadium was imported regionally, while 25% of the materials are recycled.

Qatar has previously completed 2 of their stadiums which are the Khalifa International Stadium and Al Janoub Stadium.

A general view of Education City Stadium / Diamond in the Desert stadium.

The stadium has 40,000-seat ground and it is one of eight stadiums to be used in the competition.

The stadium has a triangular design with a complex, which is diamond in patterns and façade will appear to change color as the sun moves across the sky.

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Nasser Al Khater, the chief executive of Qatar's 2022 World Cup organizing committee said what makes the stadium unique and important part of our legacy is its location in the heart of Education City

"Education City has a lot of leading institutions, universities, schools and the stadium can use as recreational and sporting facilities after the World Cup."

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Source: opera.com
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Princemartialjunior · 06/29/2020
is good stadium

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