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Qatar World Cup 2022 & Stadium Projects

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Qatar World Cup 2022 is the 22nd FIFA World Cup. It is the first time in history that Qatar has held in Qatar and Middle Eastern countries, and it is the second World Cup in Asia after the 2002 South Korea and Japan World Cup. The Qatar World Cup is also the first time that the Winter World Cup has been held in the northern hemisphere, and the first World Cup soccer tournament hosted by a country that has never played in the World Cup. The 2022 Qatar World Cup will be held from November 21 to December 18, 2022 in 12 stadiums in 7 cities in Qatar (the schedule will be reduced from 32 days to 28 days).

On July 15, 2018, Russian President Putin handed over the right to host the next World Cup to Qatar's Emir (King) Tamim Bin Hamad Al-Thani.

Name: The 2022 Qatar FIFA World Cup
Celebrating: November 21, 2022, December 18, 2022
Venue: 12 courses in 7 cities in Qatar
Match Type: Football Match
Hosting Organization: International Football Federation (FIFA)
Number of teams: 32, 64 games

Application process:

 

The right to host the 2022 World Cup is contested between Australia, Japan, Qatar, South Korea and the United States. According to the FIFA process, the first states will be five countries bidding for the 2022 World Cup. At 14:00 Central European Time on December 1st, Australia will take the lead, with each country having an hour. Since then they have appeared in South Korea, Qatar, the United States and Japan.

After the presentations of all the sponsoring countries are completed in two days, FIFA will hold a meeting of the Executive Committee to discuss it, and all the executive committees will start voting afterwards.

FIFA President Blatter will announce the results on December 2, 2010 at 16:00 PM CET (23:00 PM Beijing Time).

Country Round 1 Round 2 Round 3 Round 4
Qatar 11 10 11 14
United States 3 5 6 8
South Korea 4 5 5 -
Japan 3 2 - -
Australia 1 - - -

 

At 23:38 on December 2, 2010, at the Zurich Exhibition and Convention Center in Blatter, FIFA President Blatter opened a white mysterious envelope and announced to the media around the world: Qatar won the right to host the 2022 World Cup. This vote was called "the most important decision in the history of sports" and also put an end to the most controversial World Cup bid ever.

On March 20, 2015, FIFA officially confirmed that the 2022 Qatar World Cup will open in November of that year, and the final final will be held on December 18. This day also coincides with Qatar National Day. In addition, due to the fierce battle in the European mainstream league, FIFA has shortened the 2022 World Cup schedule from 32 days to 28 days.

On September 25, 2015, FIFA set the time for the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The game was held for the first time in the winter in the northern hemisphere, from November 21 to December 18, for 28 days.

On July 13, 2018, FIFA President Infantino stated in the official FIFA press conference that the 2022 Qatar World Cup will be held in the winter in the northern hemisphere and will be held from November 21 to December 18.

City Stadium:

 

Sports city stadium:

Sports City Stadium is located on the east coast of Doha, along the Persian Gulf coast. The stadium's main facilities are retractable, including roofs, seats and lawns.

According to the designer's vision, the Sports City will be a multifunctional stadium that also embodies important Arab cultural elements. The main inspiration for the structure of the stadium is the Bedouin tent, a traditional residence of the Arabs. This kind of tent is simple in design and can adapt to the surrounding environment.

Le Sel Landmark Stadium:

The landmark stadium of Le Sel can accommodate 86,250 spectators, and the 2022 World Cup opener and final will be held at this stadium. Located in the city of Lucerne, the landmark of Le Sère is inspired by the sails of the Arabian traditional dhow, surrounded by water. After the World Cup, the stadium will be used for other large-scale sports events and cultural events.

Doha Port Stadium:

The Doha Port Stadium will be a 100% modular stadium with a capacity of 44950 people. The stadium will be built on a man-made peninsula in the Persian Gulf, reminiscent of vast oceans in design. After completion, the seawater of the Persian Gulf will flow over the exterior facade of the stadium, which will assist in cooling and give a sense of beauty to the exterior. Fans can reach the stadium by water taxi or ferry.

Education City Stadium:

Education City Stadium looks like a jagged diamond, whether day or night, They are all shining and shining. The stadium, which can accommodate 45,350 people, will be built in the middle of several university campuses in Education City, making it easier for fans from Qatar and neighboring Bahrain to watch the ball. Bahrain fans can take the high-speed rail to the stadium in 51 minutes. After the World Cup, Education City Stadium will retain 25,000 seats for use by university sports teams.

Umm Salar Stadium:

The Umm Salar Stadium is located near one of Qatar's most important ports and will have 45,120 seats installed. By design, the stadium blends modern elements with traditional Arab ports such as nearby Umm Salal Mohammed. After the World Cup, the number of seats in the Umm Salal stadium will be reduced to 25,500 for the Umm Salal football club.

Kadar University Stadium:

Kadar University Stadium will replace the university's current track and field stadium, with 43,520 seats. The stadium's golden facade combines traditional Arabic geometric motifs with a free-form rough surface, symbolizing looking back and looking to the future. After the World Cup, the number of seats at Kadar University Stadium will be reduced to 23,500 for university athletes.

Al-Garafa Stadium:

The number of seats in the Al-Garafa stadium will increase from the current 21,175 to 44,740. The stadium's facade will consist of ribbons, symbolizing the countries eligible to host the 2022 World Cup, but also symbolizing football, mutual friendship, tolerance and endurance, and a respect for the World Cup. After the World Cup, the number of seats in the Al-Garafa stadium will be reduced to the current number, which is 21,175.

Al-Wakrah stadium:

Al-Wakla Stadium is located in Vakla, one of the oldest cities in Qatar. Varkala has a long history of commercial fishing and diving pearling. The stadium can accommodate 45,120 people and focuses on marine elements. The ocean has played a very important role in the history of the city. After the World Cup, the number of seats in the Al-Wakla stadium will be reduced to 25,500.

Al-Rayyan stadium:

Al-Rayyan Stadium currently has 21,282 seats, using modular knots With the addition of upper seats, the number of seats will increase to 44,740. The stadium uses a special "media film" that acts as a display screen showing news, latest news, and game progress. After the World Cup, the number of seats in the Al-Raya Stadium will be reduced to the current number, which is 21,282.

Khalifa international stadium:

Khalifa International Stadium has made its own for the successful hosting of the 2006 Asian Games in Qatar contribution. To host the 2022 World Cup, the stadium has been redesigned and its capacity has been expanded from 50,000 to 68,030. It uses a huge curved structure, partially covered by the stands, and is the focal point of the Aspen Sports Center. Aspen Sports Elite Academy, Aspartal Sports Medicine Hospital and many other sports facilities are located in this sports center.

Stadium lighting can not be ignored.

 

Lighting can be the protagonist, and it can also be used as a low-profile auxiliary facility. For example, a light show, lighting is a protagonist who refuses to be benevolent. But more often, the light is only used as an auxiliary facility and often ignored. Value. In stadiums, stadium lighting fixtures are often overlooked. For example, when a football player arrives at a football field, he often cares whether the lawn of the football field is artificial grass or natural grass, and whether the size of the field is standard. Another example is a basketball player playing a basketball court. Often the concern is whether there is water in the basketball court and whether the basketball rack is deformed. They rarely pay attention to stadium lighting fixtures. Only when the light from the stadium lighting fixtures dazzles your eyes or keeps flickering, do you notice it.

As an athlete, you can ignore the LED stadium lighting fixtures. As a stadium investor, the stadium lights cannot be ignored. Because the stadium lighting fixtures are different from ordinary home office lamps, the stadium space is relatively large, the power of the lamps used is relatively large, and the increase in power increases the requirements for the lighting components, such as heat dissipation problems Lighting size, weight issues, and more.

The reason the light hits your eyes is that the strong light directly hits the athlete's eyes, beyond his normal tolerance range. The power of the football stadium's lamps ranges from two hundred watts to thousands of kilowatts. There may be many manufacturers that can produce such high power, but there are not many manufacturers that can soften the light of such high power lights. MECREE Stadium lighting fixtures can make the light softer by secondary processing the light, and keep the power factor greater than 0.95, and high lamp efficiency, to achieve green environmental protection and energy saving. The soft lighting of the stadium lighting fixtures has reduced a lot of unnecessary trouble for the construction. For example, the fixtures of a five-a-side football stadium are usually installed above 8 meters. Adjusting the angle of light projection can solve the glare problem.

If the stadium lighting fixture keeps flickering, it is likely that the constant current power supply of the fixture is out of order, and AC power cannot be converted into stable DC power. One of the reasons that affects the life of stadium lighting power supplies is overheating. High-power lamps produce very large amounts of heat. Once the heat is poor, the temperature of the lamp will be too high, and the power supply connected to the lamp body will naturally be affected. MECREE Stadium lighting fixtures have advanced LED packaging technology, which provides a platform for LED chips, which allows LED chips to have better light, electricity, and thermal performance, which can make LEDs have better luminous efficiency and good heat dissipation environment. In addition, the radiator uses military-grade heat-dissipating material and structure, which has extremely high heat dissipation efficiency.

What’s The Lighting Requirement of Football Stadium Lights?

 

Lighting Specifications For Non TVs

Level Illunination Dazzling Color Color
Competition level illunination uniformity grade temperature rendering
Eh ave(lux) U2 GR TK Ra
national competition III 500* 0.7 =550 >4000K >80
League competition II 200* 0.6 =550 >4000K >65
Training and entertainment competition I 75* 0.5 =550 >4000K 5=20

 

Lighting Specifications For TV Relay Competitions

Camera Vertical illuminance Level illunination Characteristics of lamps
Level Camera Average vertical illuminance Illunination uniformity Average level of illunination Illtmination uniformity Color temperature Color rendering
International level Lux U1 U2 Lux U1 U2 TK Ra
V level slow notion camera 1800 0.5 1 1500-3000 0.6 0.8 >5000K 5=80, better 90
national IV level coherentbroadcasting Fixed camera 1400 0.5 1
mobile camera (ground) 1000 0.3 1
Fixed camera 1000 0.4 1 1000-2000 0.6 0.8 >4000K >80

 

Conclusion

 

MECREE has focused on LED stadium lighting for many years. It has rich experience and provides one-stop service. MECREE lights have been installed in the 2016 Women's World Cup already and other international stadium. If you have any soccer field, football stadium, cricket stadium, tennis court project..., please feel free to contact with us.

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