Incheon Munhak Stadium

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Incheon Munhak Stadium
Former names Incheon World Cup Stadium
Location 482, Munhak-dong, Nam-gu, Incheon, South Korea
Broke ground July 20, 1994
Opened February 25, 2002
Operator SK Wyverns
Surface Grass
Construction cost 125.2 billion won
Architect Adome Architects & Engineers Inc.
Capacity 49,084[1]
Tenants
Incheon United (2004–2011)
Incheon Korail (2012–2013)

The Incheon Munhak Stadium (also known as Incheon World Cup Stadium or Muhak Stadium ) is a multi-purpose stadium in the South Korean city of Incheon. The stadium's capacity is 49,084. It was the home stadium of the football club Incheon United FC.

Incheon Munhak Stadium, initially named Incheon World Cup Stadium, hosted some matches in the 2002 FIFA World Cup. It also hosted the 2005 Asian Athletics Championships. It will be hosted the football matches during 2014 Asian Games.

2002 World Cup matches played in Munhak Stadium[edit]

June 9, 2002
Costa Rica  1–1  Turkey
Winston Parks 86' Emre 56'
Munhak Stadium

June 11, 2002
Denmark  2–0  France
Rommedahl 22'
Tomasson 67'
 
Munhak Stadium

June 14, 2002
South Korea  1–0  Portugal
Park Ji-Sung 70'  
Munhak Stadium

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Preceded by
Rizal Memorial Stadium
Manila
Asian Athletics Championships
Venue

2005
Succeeded by
Amman International Stadium
Amman
Preceded by
Guangdong Olympic Stadium
Guangzhou
Asian Games Football tournament
Final Venue

2014
Succeeded by
TBA

Coordinates: 37°26′06.5″N 126°41′26.9″E / 37.435139°N 126.690806°E / 37.435139; 126.690806