Fenwick Iribarren designs shipping-container football stadium for Qatar World Cup

Fenwick Iribarren along with Schlaich Bergermann Partner and Hilson Moran have been commissioned by the Supreme Committee to design the Ras Abu Aboud Stadium. It will be the first removable, transportable and reusable stadium in the world and the third stadium developed by the FIA for the Qatar World Cup in 2022. The stadium has a capacity of 40,000 spectators and its structure is based on containers that can be easily assembled and dismantled as required. want.

In this way, after the World Cup, the stadium could be dismantled by blocks or pieces and moved to another city for the next World Cup, helping to make it more viable at the level of sustainability and finance for other countries. Also, the site where the stadium will be located would be totally free for sale in future developments and thus recover the initial investment.

Fenwick Iribarren together Schlaich Bergermann Partner and Hilson Moran were commissioned by the Supreme Committee to design Ras Abu Aboud Stadium. It will be the first ever demountable, transportable and reusable stadium in the World & the third stadium FIA has developed for the Qatar 2022 World Cup. The stadium has a capacity of 40,000 and its structure is based on shipping containers which can be easily assembled or disassembled as required.

Following the World cup, the stadium can be dismantled by section or in parts and be transported to other host cities for the next World Cup, helping make it more sustainable and financially viable for other countries.

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