Take a tour of the Qatar 2022 World Cup stadiums Updated 1435 GMT (2235 HKT) June 7, 2017 Chat with us in Facebook Messenger. Find out what's happening in the world as it unfolds. Photos: Qatar 2022The Khalifa International Stadium was the first of the Qatar 2022 World Cup venues to be completed.Hide Caption 1 of 5 Photos: Qatar 2022The stadium, pictured here during the official opening ceremony on May 19, can currently hold 48,000 fans after being expanded for the World Cup. Hide Caption 2 of 5 Photos: Qatar 2022Initially opened in 1976, the stadium has undergone two reconstructions, first in 2005 and then in 2017.Hide Caption 3 of 5 Photos: Qatar 2022The Al Wakrah stadium, designed by the late Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, will boast a capacity of 40,000.Hide Caption 4 of 5 Photos: Qatar 2022It is said to be inspired by the sails of a Dhow, an Arab or Indian sailing vessel. Once the World Cup in over, local team Al-Wakrah Sports Club will use it as their new home.Hide Caption 5 of 5Take a tour of the stadium that will be used during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.More from Sport - FootballPicture of asylum seeker wins Barcelona FC photography awardManchester United cleared over Paul Pogba transferJose Mourinho accused of $3.6 million tax fraud while at Real Madrid Is Cristiano Ronaldo ready to leave Real Madrid?Confederations Cup: Yet another trophy for Ronaldo?