The Education City stadium will host the final of the 2019 Club World Cup in Qatar, the third of the 2022 World Cup stadiums, FIFA said on Monday.
The 40,000-seat stadium will also host the third-place match in this year's World Cup, FIFA said.
Education City Stadium will also host the first game of Champions League final Liverpool in the semi-finals on December 18.
The Supreme Committee for Projects and Legacy, which is responsible for Qatar's preparations for hosting the 2022 World Cup, said on December 18, 2019, coinciding with the National Day of the State of Qatar will be the world on a date with an important station on the way to host the World Cup (Qatar 2022), as the curtain will be officially revealed About Education City Stadium before hosting the first games in the Club World Cup semi-finals.
"The stadium will also host the final of the tournament, and fans will be able to reach the stadium using the Green Line of the Doha Metro due to open in the coming weeks, thus making the Education City Stadium known as the Jewel of the Desert the third stadiums after the Khalifa International Stadiums and the South, and the second fully constructed in preparation for hosting Facebook Facebook logo Keep me logged in.
After the World Cup in Qatar, 20,000 seats will be dismantled and donated to support sports projects and facilities around the world.
In addition, Education City will be transformed into sports facilities serving members of Education City's academic institutions and research centers.
The stadium is about 13 kilometers from Doha city center, and in 2022 visitors and fans will enjoy an easy transportation experience to and from the stadium using multiple means of transport, including the Doha Metro.
Qatar will host the World Cup from 11 to 21 December. The tournament will be played in three sports facilities: Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium, Khalifa International Stadium and Education City Stadium.
Hosts Al Sadd from the host country, European champions Liverpool, Monterrey of Mexico, CONCACAF of Tunisia, Esperance of Tunis, and Hengin Sport of Oceania of New Caledonia have qualified for the tournament.
The European champions Liverpool will play their first match in the Club World Cup semi-finals at the Education City Stadium, where the draw, as usual, avoided the European and South American champions in the first round of this tournament, and move directly to the semi-finals, while the rest of the clubs in the First round.
According to the rules of the tournament, if Al-Sadd wins the AFC Champions League title, Al-Zaeem will play the third match against Esperance of Tunisia.