The Kingdom has unveiled a new Hi-tech Stadium for the 2034 FIFA World Cup – Set to be Al Nassr and Al Hilal’s new stadium
Clifftop Stadium for the 2034 World Cup
Do you know about the new Clifftop Stadium for the 2034 World Cup? Well 200 meters above the ground with a seating capacity of 45,000, Saudi Arabia has officially unveiled its new futuristic stadium that is set to be Al Nassr and Al Hilal’s personal playground.
The stadium will be named after the Crown Prince of the Kingdom, Muhammad bin Salman and has superseded all conventional stadium designs. The QIC says the following:
“The futuristic venue aims to reinvent the traditional stadium concept.”
Although the ingenuity of this stadium has enthralled us all, it is still very early to call it the magnum opus of the 2034 FIFA World Cup stadiums as there might be even more groundbreaking stadium designs that transcend our imagination.
That said, let us take a look at some very exclusive features of the brand new Muhammad bin Salman Arena.
Modern Air Conditioning System
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Since Saudi Arabia and other gulf countries tend to get excessively hot in the summer, air conditioned stadiums are a must-have. However, the Muhammad bin Salman Arena has taken it to the very next level.
The enormous infrastructure raised concerns about the impact on nature and environment but the Kingdom has responded by stating that a lake will be built beneath the stadium.
This very lake will power the air conditions inside the stadium and the QIC briefly explains how it’ll all work:
“The lake will use rainwater capture from the stadium and the surrounding area to precool the air conditioning system.”
The World’s Largest LED
The arena design showed a retractable pitch and roof, just like the Santiago Bernabeu but what sets this stadium apart is that its LED screen will shroud the entire arena and will form the entire facade.
It is also said to be made up of more than 20 LED cubes which will provide all the spectators with the most spectacular experience as fans. The LED wall will also open views to the city below.
Where will the Stadium be located?
About 40 kilometers from Riyadh, the pillars of the Muhammad bin Salman Arena are said to be erected in Qiddiya and will be Cristiano Ronaldo’s Al Nassr side’s new home, as well as Al Hilal’s.
Saudi Arabia hopes to host all the 104 games in the 2034 FIFA World Cup but its contending neighbors may not make it easy for them as they may join in on the project. With this said, the wider future remains to be seen.