Takhti Stadium (Tabriz)
|Bagh Shomal Stadium|
|Full name||Takhti Stadium|
|Former names||Bagh Shomal Stadium (1949–1980)|
|Opened||12 January 1950|
|Owner||Municipality of Tabriz|
|Operator||Takhti Sports Complex|
Mes Soongoun (2010–present)
Tractor Sazi (1970–1996)
The Bagh Shomal Stadium or the Takhti Stadium of Tabriz (Persian: تختی یا باغ شمال) is a multi-use stadium in Tabriz, Iran. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Azadegan League teams Teraktor Sazi F.C., Gostaresh Foolad F.C., Petrochimi Tabriz F.C., Machine Sazi Tabriz F.C. and Shahrdari Tabriz F.C.. The stadium holds 20,000 people.
AFC Asian Cup 1976
On 1976, part of 1976 AFC Asian Cup games held in Bagh Shomal Stadium.  The field of six teams was split into two groups of three. The games of Group A, including Kuwait, China PR and Malaysia were hosted by Tabriz.
Iran National Football Team
Takhti Stadium was also hosted some of Iran national football team matches, including the first round of 2002 World Cup qualification, and the 2002 LG Cup tournament which was held among the football national teams of Iran, Paraguay, Morocco and South Africa.
- "Biggest margin victories/losses (Fifa fact-Sheet)" (PDF). FIFA.com. Retrieved November 27, 2013.
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