Qatar’s Fifa World Cup stadiums – in pictures

A guide to the eight venues hosting matches in the tournament

Eight stadiums will host a total of 64 matches during the 2022 Fifa World Cup finals in Qatar. All eight venues are situated within a 21-mile radius of central Doha and will be linked by a metro system, the Daily Mail reported. The tournament kicks off on 20 November at the Al Bayt Stadium in Al Khor and the final on 18 December will be held at the 80,000-seater Lusail Stadium – the “centrepiece” of the Qatar World Cup, said The Telegraph.

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Mike Starling is the digital features editor at The Week, where he writes content and edits the Arts & Life and Sport website sections and the Food & Drink and Travel newsletters. He started his career in 2001 in Gloucestershire as a sports reporter and sub-editor and has held various roles as a writer and editor at news, travel and B2B publications. He has spoken at a number of sports business conferences and also worked as a consultant creating sports travel content for tourism boards. International experience includes spells living and working in Dubai, UAE; Brisbane, Australia; and Beirut, Lebanon.