All About the Newly Unveiled Mohammed bin Salman Stadium

  • Publish date: Monday، 15 January 2024
All About the Newly Unveiled Mohammed bin Salman Stadium

Saudi Arabia's Qiddiya is set to unveil the world's first fully integrated stadium, the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Stadium, featuring a unique retractable roof, pitch, and giant LED wall.

The futuristic 45,000-seat venue, located in Qiddiya City, aims to revolutionize the traditional stadium experience with immersive design and cutting-edge technology.

It will serve as the home ground for Saudi Pro League football clubs Al-Hilal and Al-Nassr and is a proposed venue for the 2034 FIFA World Cup. The multi-functional stadium, designed by Populous, boasts a retractable roof, pitch, and LED wall, offering versatility for various events.

It will host major sports events, including the Saudi King Cup, Asian Cup, and potentially the 2034 Asian Games. The giant LED wall will broadcast live events, films, and laser shows, providing an immersive experience.

The stadium's innovative design allows it to transform into different "event modes" swiftly. With climate-controlled facilities and an eco-friendly cooling lake, the venue can host events throughout the year, contributing to Vision 2030's goals for tourism and job creation.

The stadium's strategic location within Qiddiya City, 40 minutes from Riyadh, positions it as a must-visit destination, drawing global visitors for entertainment, sports, and cultural events. As part of an urban entertainment district, it offers convenient access to the vibrant Gaming & Esport District and other city entertainment options.

With its state-of-the-art technology and commitment to sustainability, the Prince Mohammed bin Salman Stadium is poised to play a central role in Qiddiya City's transformation into a global hub for entertainment and culture.