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
Capacity 70,000
Surface Grass
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 70,000 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. It is not opend yet.

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