Hassan Al Kuwari, Marketing Director of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC and Ahmed Al Sada, CEO Office and Public Relations Director of Qatari Diar, at yesterday’s press conference.
DOHA: The Lusail Super Cup Local Organizing Committee has announced Qatar Diar as the Presenting Partners for the Lusail Super Cup, which will take place on 9 September at Lusail Stadium.
The Lusail Super Cup will be contested by champions from Saudi Arabia and Egypt at an 80,000-capacity venue that will also host the FIFA World Cup final later this year. Qatar Dia’s involvement in the event was announced at a press conference at Al Bidda Tower.
Hassan Al Kuwari, Marketing Director of FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 LLC, said: The development of Lusail City is one of Qatar’s great achievements and he is very proud to be able to host such a large-scale match at this location. He is also very much looking forward to hosting a FIFA World Cup match later this year in Lusail, including Qatar’s National Day final. ”
Ahmed Al Sada, CEO Office and Director of Public Relations, Qatari Diar said: world. Everyone in Qatar and the region awaits the FIFA World Cup and we are very proud that Lusail City and Lusail Stadium will play a key role during the competition and welcome fans from all over the world. ”
Lusail Stadium is Qatar’s largest FIFA World Cup tournament venue. Qatar 2022 will feature 10 games, starting with Argentina vs. Saudi Arabia on November 22nd and ending with the final on December 18th.
The stadium has many features, including a PTFE roof that protects the venue from warm winds, keeps dust out, lets in enough light for the pitch to grow, and provides shade to reduce strain on the stadium’s air conditioning. Boasts sustainability features.
Last week, Lusail Stadium earned a five-star Global Sustainability Assessment System rating for its design and construction, and a Class A* rating for construction management.
Lusail City is Qatari Diar’s flagship project and spans 38,000,000 square meters. It is the largest single development in the country’s history and embodies the goals of Qatar’s National Vision 2030, which aims to develop a knowledge economy and reduce its dependence on hydrocarbons.
More than 200,000 residents are expected to eventually live in Lusail and 170,000 are expected to work in the city’s 19 districts. This includes residential, commercial, hospitality and retail opportunities, as well as community needs such as schools, health facilities, mosques and sports facilities. entertainment and shopping areas. It will also include a new financial district, two golf courses, a beach and a marina that will accommodate 1,800 boats and yachts.