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Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Qatar Stadium in Nepal

Posted by Anup Baral Nov 30, 2016 :
As part of its broader legacy, the Arab state will donate the upper tier of some of its 12 stadiums to developing countries after the tournament. As the country doesn't need many large, permanent venues, so they would be built with modular upper levels that can be taken down. These structures would then be sent off overseas, for developing countries. Nasser Al Khater, communications director of Qatar 2022, says African countries will be among those to be considered for the gift. "We want to leave a friendly sporting legacy globally and our modular stadiums will be the right way to implement this," Al Khater told BBC Sport.

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