Stadium for 2022 World Cup in Qatar

The Khalifa International Stadium in Doha holds 45,000 spectators and is the venue for six preliminary round games, one round of 16 and games for the third.  - The following group games are played here: o England vs. Iran o Germany vs. Japan o Netherlands vs. Ecuador o Croatia vs. Canada o Ecuador vs. Senegal o Japan vs. Spain
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Here you will find all the stadiums for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with information on names, venues, capacity and what games will be played in each case.

1/8The Khalifa International Stadium in Doha holds 45,000 spectators and is the venue for six preliminary round matches, one round of 16 and matches for the third. The following group matches are played here: England v Iran, Germany v Japan, Netherlands v Ecuador, Croatia v Canada, Ecuador v Senegal and Japan v Spain. © Imago
Al-Bayt Stadium in Al-Khor is the second largest stadium with a capacity of 60,000 spectators.  It is the venue for the inaugural game as well as five other group games and three knockout games (one round of 16, one quarter-final and one semi-final).  The following group matches will be played here: Qatar v Ecuador (opener), Morocco v Croatia, England v USA, Spain v Germany, Netherlands v Qatar and Costa Rica v Germany.
2/8Al-Bayt Stadium in Al-Khor is the second largest stadium with a capacity of 60,000 spectators. It is the venue for the inaugural game as well as five other group games and three knockout games (one round of 16, one quarter-final and one semi-final). The following group matches will be played here: Qatar v Ecuador (opener), Morocco v Croatia, England v USA, Spain v Germany, Netherlands v Qatar and Costa Rica v Germany. © Imago
Al-Janoub Stadium in Al-Waqarah has a capacity of 40,000 spectators and is the venue for six group games and a round of 16.  The following group matches take place here: France v Australia, Switzerland v Cameroon, Tunisia v Australia, Cameroon v Serbia, Australia v Denmark and Ghana v Uruguay.
3/8Al-Janoub Stadium in Al-Waqarah has a capacity of 40,000 spectators and is the venue for six group games and a round of 16. The following group matches take place here: France v Australia, Switzerland v Cameroon, Tunisia v Australia, Cameroon v Serbia, Australia v Denmark and Ghana v Uruguay. © Imago
The Education Stadium in Doha can seat 40,000 spectators.  There will be six preliminary round matches, one round of 16 and one quarter-final.  The following group matches will take place at the Education Stadium: Denmark v Tunisia, Uruguay v South Korea, Poland v Saudi Arabia, South Korea v Ghana, Tunisia v France and South Korea v Portugal.
4/8The Education Stadium in Doha can seat 40,000 spectators. There will be six preliminary round matches, one round of 16 and one quarter-final. The following group matches will take place at the Education Stadium: Denmark v Tunisia, Uruguay v South Korea, Poland v Saudi Arabia, South Korea v Ghana, Tunisia v France and South Korea v Portugal. © Imago
Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al-Rayyan holds 40,000 spectators and is the venue for six group games and a round of 16.  The following group matches take place here: USA v Wales, Belgium v ​​Canada, Wales v Iran, Japan v Costa Rica, Wales v England and Croatia v Belgium.
5/8Ahmed bin Ali Stadium in Al-Rayyan holds 40,000 spectators and is the venue for six group games and a round of 16. The following group matches take place here: USA v Wales, Belgium v ​​Canada, Wales v Iran, Japan v Costa Rica, Wales v England and Croatia v Belgium. © Imago
Al-Thumama Stadium in Doha opened in 2020 and has a capacity of 40,000 spectators.  There will be six group games as well as a round of 16 and a quarter-final match.  The following group matches will take place at this stadium: Senegal v Netherlands, Spain v Costa Rica, Qatar v Senegal, Belgium v ​​Morocco, Iran v USA and Canada v Morocco.
6 / 8Al-Thumama Stadium in Doha opened in 2020 and has a capacity of 40,000 spectators. There will be six group games as well as a round of 16 and a quarter-final match. The following group matches will take place at this stadium: Senegal v Netherlands, Spain v Costa Rica, Qatar v Senegal, Belgium v ​​Morocco, Iran v USA and Canada v Morocco. © Imago
Also in Doha is the stadium 974 Ras Abu Abu with a capacity of 40,000 spectators.  In addition to six preliminary round games, a round of 16 will also be played.  The following group matches will take place at Stadium 974: Mexico v Poland, Portugal v Ghana, France v Denmark, Brazil v Switzerland, Poland v Argentina and Serbia v Switzerland.
7/8Also in Doha is the stadium 974 Ras Abu Abu with a capacity of 40,000 spectators. In addition to six preliminary round games, a round of 16 will also be played. The following group matches will take place at Stadium 974: Mexico v Poland, Portugal v Ghana, France v Denmark, Brazil v Switzerland, Poland v Argentina and Serbia v Switzerland. © Imago
The Lusail Iconic Stadium is the largest stadium in Lusail and has a capacity of 80,000 spectators.  Six group games, a round of 16, quarters and semi-finals as well as the final will take place here.  The following group matches will be played in Lusail: Argentina v Saudi Arabia, Brazil v Serbia, Argentina v Mexico, Portugal v Uruguay, Saudi Arabia v Mexico and Cameroon v Brazil.
8 / 8The Lusail Iconic Stadium is the largest stadium in Lusail and has a capacity of 80,000 spectators. Six group games, a round of 16, quarters and semi-finals as well as the final will take place here. The following group matches will be played in Lusail: Argentina v Saudi Arabia, Brazil v Serbia, Argentina v Mexico, Portugal v Uruguay, Saudi Arabia v Mexico and Cameroon v Brazil. © Imago
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