A rendering made available by Qatar World Cup's Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, responsible for organizing World Cup 2020, shows the 40,000-seat Ras Abu Aboud Stadium.

Ras Abu Aboud is one of the venues that will host the World Cup in 2022 in Dubai. It will also be the first-ever venue that can be taken down and reassembled.

The 40,000-seat stadium will be built on Doha's southern waterfront and will host matches up to the quarter-final stage. After the tournament, ...

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