A Look At The Saudi’s Bin Salman Stadium Set To Seat Up To 45k For 2032 World Cup

Saudi Arabia announced a new football stadium to be built in Riyadh’s Qiddiya Entertainment City and it’s going to be one of a kind, named after Crown Prince Mohammed Salman.

The Board of Directors of Qiddiya announced on Monday, January 15th, that the Mohammed bin Salman Stadium is expected to host the 2034 World Cup, as Saudi Arabia is one of the bidders.

Designed by Populous, the same architectural company that designed Tottenham Hotspur stadium in London, the 45,000-seat stadium will give a remarkable, immersive experience to its visitors.


The stadium venue has a retractable roof, a giant LED wall built on the 200-meter-high Tawfiq cliff, and a lake running underneath that collects rainwater and pre-cools the air-conditioning system, all of which contributes to Saudi Arabia’s aim to transform and reimagine the traditional stadiums. The result is expected to be nothing short of futuristic.

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