Video: The Golden Facade of Lusail Stadium Is Completed

The golden facade of Lusail Stadium has been completed. The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy of Qatar published a video clip of the installation of the last piece of the stadium’s golden facade.

Lusail, which is the largest stadium for the World Cup Qatar 2022, will host the final match of the World Cup Qatar 2022.

The stadium has a capacity of 80,000.

 

Now, after the completion of the golden facade, the focus will be inside the National stadium.

Construction work inside the stadium is progressing at an accelerated pace.

Meanwhile, Lusail Stadium has an advanced electrical system according to the highest international standards, to serve as a shining sports icon.

Moreover, the stadium’s classic design will attract fans’ attention thanks to its shiny gold facade and its massive size.

In addition, the committee announced the completion of the concrete and steel works, and the lifting of the roof structure.

The installation of systems, services, and bridges descending from the roof has also begun.

The entire building was also closed by installing the doors and glass panes in the guest and VIP rooms as well as and operating the energy and air conditioning systems.

In addition, the mechanical, plumbing, and interior finishing works at Lusail Stadium are nearing completion.

After that, the process of operating and testing all building systems will start in order to ensure they perform as required.

The design of the stadium has the shape of a traditional bowl.

The interplay of light and shadow that characterizes the “fanar” lantern inspired the stadium’s exceptional design.

The stadium has creative and subtle decorations. It also contains unique wave patterns, reflecting the uniqueness of the design.

The State of Qatar has already announced the readiness of four of the eight World Cup stadiums.

The Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy is preparing to officially open 3 more stadiums by the end of 2021.

These World Cup stadiums are Al Thumama, Al Bayt, and Ras Abu Aboud.

Meanwhile, the committee is preparing to open Lusail Stadium early next year.

The World Cup stadium is in the north of the Qatari capital, Doha, where Qatar is developing a modern city on the site of the historic Lusail Village.

The city took its name from a plant that grows in this region called “al wassail”.

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