Qatar has revealed the design of the 60,000-seat Al Bayt Stadium - the proposed World Cup 2022 semi-final venue and the second stadium on which construction will soon begin. Located in Al Bayt, the stadium design is based on Bayt Al Shaar, a black-and-white tent used traditionally by nomadic people in Qatar and the region. The new stadium, which is being built as the second World Cup facility has a modular design, which includes an upper tier of removable seats. After the World Cup, the tier will be removed and the capacity of the stadium will be reduced to 32,000 seats. In consultation with FIFA and the global football community, the removed seats will be reconfigured and donated to other countries to leave a legacy for international football development.