Khalifa International Stadium is a multi-purpose sporting venue in Doha, Qatar, The Stadium is also known as National Stadium and it serves as host to Qatar national football team.
The stadium was opened in 1976 and hosted various international events including the 2006 Asian Games, the 2019 FIFA Club World Cup and the 2021 FIFA Arab Cup to name a few.
|General Information about Khalifa International Stadium
|Names||Khalifa International Stadium/National Stadium|
|Address||Building number 51, Street 725, Zone 54, Doha, Qatar|
|Opened in year||1976|
How to Reach the Stadium
The station is about a 10-minute walk from the nearest metro station so if you are planning to go to the stadium by metro then you need to deboard at the Sports City Station of the Gold Line of the Doha Metro.
One can use the buses with routes no.31, 32, 136, 136A, 137 and 137A to reach the stadium.
2022 FIFA World Cup Matches at Khalifa International Stadium
|Date||Time||Team 1 vs Team 2||Stage|
|November 21, 2022||16:00 AST (UTC+3)||England vs Iran||Group B|
|November 23, 2022||16:00 AST (UTC+3)||Germany vs Japan||Group E|
|November 25, 2022||19:00 AST (UTC+3)||Netherlands vs Ecuador||Group A|
|November 27, 2022||19:00 AST (UTC+3)||Croatia vs Canada||Group F|
|November 29, 2022||18:00 AST (UTC+3)||Ecuador vs Senegal||Group A|
|December 1, 2022||22:00 AST (UTC+3)||Japan vs Spain||Group E|
|December 3, 2022||18:00 AST (UTC+3)||Winner Group A vs Runner-up Group B||Round of 16|
|December 17, 2022||18:00 AST (UTC+3)||Loser Match 61 vs Loser Match 62||Third-place match|
A total of 8 matches will be played at the Khalifa International Stadium which includes 6 group stage matches, one round of 16 matches will be played in the stadium as per the Arabia Standard Time which is UTC+03:00.