How much does each stadium in Qatar 2022 cost?

One year after the start of the Qatar 2022 World Cup, the stadiums that will host the competition are being built. How much did it cost to build them?

Qatar World Cup 2022
Qatar World Cup 2022

On November 21, 2022, the 22nd edition of the World Cup will start in Qatar, the first to be held at this time of year, and will be held until December 18. Just today there are 365 days left until it begins and, on the occasion of this date, we review which stadiums will host the 64 stakes that will be needed to crown a selection.

Before club football returned, we met several countries that have already achieved their pass for the World Cup event, such as Germany, Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Croatia, Denmark, Spain, France, England, the Netherlands, Serbia, Switzerland and the host: Qatar. 13 of the 32 national teams that will participate, will play in the following stadiums.

- Al Bayt Stadium $674 millon dollars

- Al Janoub Stadium: $286 millon dollars

- Ras Abu Aboud Stadium: $202 millon dollars

- Al Thumama Stadium: $189 millon dollars

- Khalifa International Stadium: $310 millon dollars

- Qatar Foundation Stadium: $214 millon dollars

- Ahmed bin Ali Stadium: $247 millon dollars

- Iconic of Lusail Stadium: $2000 millon dollars

Alexis Almosnino

Digital Sports Journalist received at the university Tea & Deportea in 2016. Specialized in graphic media.+ info

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