With over eight years away from the World Cup that will be hosted in Qatar, the designs for the first stadium to be built, in Al Wakrah, have already been released.
The state-of-the-art stadium which is slated to hold 40,000 spectators and is expected to be ready in 2018.
The magnificent stadium got its architectural firm from the design of the “dhow” boat that Qataris traditionally used for pearl diving. But for those who have no clue what a dhow boat looks like, Al Wakrah stadium looks like something else entirely. A vagina.
Reuters report has it that the small, gas-rich country of Qatar plans to spend “$140 billion on a rail system, a new airport, a seaport, and hundreds of kilometers of new roads for the tournament, in addition to the stadiums that will host the matches.”
To compound the already complicated sophistication, the insanely rich country plans to install a cooling system in all its open air stadiums that will offset the summer temperatures, which can reach up to 120 degrees.
It is not clear whether or not all their stadiums will be shaped like ladies’ private parts. But one thing that’s clear here is that Nigeria must endeavor to qualify for Qatar 2022 or else!