Shipping containers, tents, and more make up the 2022 FIFA World Cup venues in Qatar

The Doha-based Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy, the body charged with overseeing all construction and infrastructure projects for 2022 FIFA World Cup host country Qatar, has now inaugurated seven of the eight stadiums for the quadrennial international men’s football championship set to literally kick off in the peninsular Persian Gulf country next November.

While construction has concluded on all eight stadiums that have been newly built or renovated for the tournament, the only venue left to be formally unveiled by Qatar as of December 6 is the Foster + Partners- and Populous-designed Lusail Iconic Stadium. That stadium, by far the largest of the

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