The Rwandan government has concluded an arrangement to build 5 new international stadiums across the country within the next 5 years.
The new stadiums are expected to be either built or revamped in places including Muhanga District, Kigali, and Nyanza.
The facilities include Amahoro Stadium which is currently under renovation to raise its capacity to 45,000 people from an initial 25,000, as well as Kigali and Huye stadiums which are also expected to be revamped.
The Ministry of Sports did not give a deadline for when all these stadiums could be available because “they will be built in different phases”, but it is said that all the projects will have been completed by 2028.
There were reports that Rwanda was ready to receive the recently dismantled Qatar’s Stadium 974, the First Temporary World Cup Stadium which was among the venues that hosted the Qatar 2022 World Cup.
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