Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium

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Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium

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Coordinates: 29°16′17.14″N 47°55′07″E / 29.2714278°N 47.91861°E / 29.2714278; 47.91861
Location Kuwait Kuwait City, Kuwait
Surface Grass
Capacity 60,000
Tenants
Kuwait national football team
2010 AFC Cup Final

Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in the Ardhiyah area of Kuwait City, Kuwait. Completed in 2009, it is used mostly for football matches and athletics. The stadium has a capacity of 60,000 seated spectators, the building is constructed in 4 levels, with 54 corporate boxes, 6000 car parkings. It was expected to open in second quarter of 2010, but the building failed structural-integrity testing and remains closed. Jaber Al-Ahmad will be the new home of the Kuwait national football team.[1] Stadium was named after late Amir of Kuwait Shaikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Sabah. Kuwait celebrated their winning of Gulf Cup 20 in that stadium.


References[edit]

  1. ^ www.worldstadiums.com


Preceded by
King Abdullah Stadium
Jordan Amman
West Asian Football Federation Championship
Final Venue

2012
Succeeded by
Jassim Bin Hamad Stadium
Qatar Doha