The State of Qatar has made container stadium which continues to inspire people around the world to bring out the unique design yet efficient structural design and flexibility. Qatar shares maritime borders with Bahrain, Iran, and the United Arab Emirates.. The peninsula is approximately 100km across and extends 200km into the Gulf.. Qatar has an area of 11,586 km² with a population of over 2.6 million and includes several islands such as Halul, Shraouh and Al-Asshat.
The Ras Abu Aboud stadium in Doha, the capital of Qatar, is one of the 7 world cup stadiums for the 2022 event and will be the first World Cup stadium which can be completely dismantled and repurposed.
These shipping containers will be used as building blocks which will cut down on the amount of building materials required, creating less waste and reducing the stadium’s carbon footprint. Qatar’s successful bid to host the World Cup was based on its promise to deliver a “festival of football” that would be the first of its kind in the region. The importance of logistics in Qatar world cup will increase in 2022. Qatar’s extensive logistics planning and preparation is a key part of delivering on this promise