Dubai announces the approval of two new football stadium design

Two new football stadiums are about to be welcomed to Dubai after their architectural designs were approved by Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.

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There is a stadium in Al Ruwayyah 3 and another in Al Jaddaf, and they can each hold over 20,000 people. Additional details, such as the project's specs and expected completion date, will be announced soon.

The Shabab Al Ahli Stadium will showcase a distinctive circular roof supported by columns representing the moon and outer space, symbolizing harmony and equilibrium. It will incorporate eco-friendly systems and adhere to smart city standards. Meanwhile, the Al Wasl Club Stadium will adopt an innovative 'city within a city' design approach, integrating sustainable features that reflect Dubai's unique urban identity through open spaces integration.

The Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, thanked Sheikh Hamdan for his assistance in developing Dubai's sports industry. He stressed that the program is in line with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum's goals and Sheikh Hamdan's instructions to foster sporting greatness in Dubai. The dedication of the leadership is demonstrated by their decision to build these stadiums, which aim to improve the sports infrastructure and encourage more community involvement in sporting events.

Mattar Al Tayer, Commissioner-General of Infrastructure, Urban Planning, and Well-Being Pillar, and Vice Chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, announced the establishment of a dedicated team comprising officials from various entities to oversee the stadium project. This team's primary objective is to appoint a specialized construction firm that ensures top-notch quality standards and timely completion of the project.

Overall, the construction of these stadiums not only aims to meet the future needs of premier clubs but also reflects Dubai's commitment to sports development and infrastructure enhancement, in line with its broader vision for urban planning and community well-being.

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