- The stadium will be completed by 2022
- The stadium will be built up to the most modern standards
- The stadium work will start without a delay
Ooredoo, a company run by the government of Qatar, has announced that they will be building an international stadium in Hulhumale'. Sheikh Abdullah Bin Mohammed Bin Saud Al Thani, the chairman of the company which provides telecommunication services to many different countries in the world, announced that they will build an international stadium in the world at a ceremony held at Dharubaaruge to celebrate the registering of the Ooreedoo Maldives in the Maldivian stock market.
"The stadium built will have the latest, cutting edge facilities available" The Sheikh said. "Avas" has found that the stadium is set to start working soon and has an estimated due date at some time before 2022.
While Qatar has decided to build a good quality stadium in the Maldives, Ooredoo Maldives is the brand ambassador of big names in the football world. The famous football star Lionel Messi is the ambassador of the Ooredoo brand.