Doha, 20 April 2023 - Qatar Football Association announced that the final of the 51st edition of the Amir Cup 2023 would be held at Ahmad bin Ali Stadium on May 12.
The final match will see the winners of Al Sadd against Al Shahaniya on April 24 and Al Sailiya against Al Arabi on April 25.
This will be the second time for Ahamd bin Ali Stadium - one of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 stadiums - to host the final match of the Amir Cup as the stadium previously held the final of the 48th edition on December 18, 2022, when Al Sadd won the title over Al Arabi.
On that day, the national day of Qatar, the stadium was inaugurated to officially be the fourth world cup stadium.
During the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022, Ahmad bin Ali Stadium hosted seven matches, the last of which was Argentina against Australia in the quarter-finals.
The stadiums design, and that of its surrounding buildings, mirrors aspects of the local culture and traditions. The intricate facade reflects the undulations of sand dunes while intricate geometric patterns reflect the beauty of the desert, native flora, and fauna, as well as local and international trade. It is the perfect home for Al Rayyan SC when the tournament ends.