The inspection committee of the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) delegation, which had previously visited King Abdullah Sports City Stadium in Jeddah, one of the stadiums that will host the 2023 Club World Cup matches, on December 12, stipulated the speedy completion of seven requirements, which it approved during its visit. The facility last June 12, 90 days before the start of the major international event, according to what was confirmed to Al-Riyadiah by private sources.
The same sources indicated that the delegation demanded the establishment of an area for fans in the vicinity of Al-Jawhara Stadium, next to Gate No. 6, and that it contain giant television screens, allowing fans who do not have entry tickets to watch the matches in the area that will be allocated to them, similar to those that are It was placed in the World Cup stadiums for the national teams.
She indicated that the requests also included removing the “spiral” entry gates and replacing them with others that include a “barcode” reader, while moving the media spaces from the “silver” podium seats to the highest area of the stadium, “fifth floor,” in addition to allocating An easy path for the media to move to the “Inter View” and “Mix Zone” flash zones, and the removal of the track in the main stadium’s reserve, as it will host the training of Manchester City, the European champion, before the semi-finals, in addition to changing the electronic clock in the stadium according to the conditions approved by “ FIFA, and granting food and beverage licenses to international companies and brands. The sources concluded their talk by saying: “Work is continuing and in full swing with the aim of meeting all requirements, which are about to be completed, before the start of the tournament.”
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