The “Saudi Arabia 2027” committee concerned with the Saudi file to host the 2027 AFC Asian Cup of Nations revealed the designs of new stadiums, as well as details of developing other stadiums in preparation for hosting the tournament. And the Saudi newspaper “Okaz” stated in a report published today that the file included the development of King Fahd International Stadium in Riyadh, where the number of seats will be increased, the track will be removed and new facilities will be established. Accompanying.
The file included the design of the “Riyadh Stadium”, one of the “Saudi Arabia 2027” stadiums, which will soon be established with a qualitative design, with the possibility of modification to the capacity, and it will provide an enjoyable experience as it is characterized by easy access via the metro, and the “Dammam Stadium” will soon be constructed with modern specifications. The fifth stadium dealt with in the Saudi file was the “Prince Saud bin Jalawi City” stadium in the east of the Kingdom, where work will be carried out to rehabilitate it in an integrated manner and raise its capacity.
Prince Muhammad bin Fahd Stadium, in eastern Saudi Arabia, is witnessing a renovation process, the first of its kind, in order to participate in hosting the championship competitions. The renovation process consists of increasing the number of stands and removing the running track. Saudi Arabia became the only candidate to host the 2027 Asian Cup after the withdrawal of Uzbekistan, India and Iran, and Qatar was awarded the hosting of the 2023 Asian Cup.
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