FIFA has announced the exact capacity of each of the World Cup arenas. Initially, the capacity of the arenas was rounded.
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FIFA in its Twitter clarified the data on the capacity of the stadiums of the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Earlier, many drew attention to the fact that the first four matches of the tournament, the number of spectators, according to official figures, exceeded the declared capacity of the stadiums, although empty seats were clearly visible in the stands. FIFA said that initially the capacity of the arenas was rounded.
It has now been announced that Al-Bayt Stadium has a capacity of 68,895, Ahmed bin Ali 45,032, El Janub 44,325, El Tumama 44,400, Evolution City 44 667 people, Khalifa International – 45,857, Lusail Ikonik – 88,966 people, “974” – 44,089.
The World Cup takes place from November 20 to December 18 at eight stadiums in five cities (Doha, Lusail, Al-Khaur, El-Wakra and Er Rayyan).