It will be a World Cup like never before.
The way people access and interact with sports is changing rapidly.
People from all over the world can watch the game on their mobile devices and bet on the World Cup during the game, wherever they are. However, major innovations will often be literally felt inside and outside the stadium.
Around each of the eight venues will be ElPalms providing shade, wireless connectivity, charging for any mobile device, cooling mist spray and Wi-Fi. Power to power these facilities comes from built-in solar panels and bifacial solar panels.
The fact that tournaments are essentially held in the desert is a cause for concern for the welfare of both players and spectators. Seven of the eight stadiums are air-conditioned.
The purpose-built and designed system provides the fans with purified and cooled air thanks to the integrated grille inside the stand. Likewise, nozzles pump cool air into the pitch. In countries where there is no shortage of sunlight, the system runs on solar energy.
In any country that hosts the World Cup or any other major sporting event, there is always the question of heritage, what happens to the billion-dollar venues built for those four to five weeks of competition. .
It’s even more appropriate for a country like Qatar that doesn’t have a domestic league to warrant a large arena.
They will dismantle it when the tournament is over, making it the first stadium to host a World Cup game so designed.
Due to its coastal location and the benefit of cool breezes, Stadium 974 is also the only venue without air conditioning.
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