June 11 Stadium
|Tripoli International Stadium|
|Capacity||82,000 (80,000 seated)|
|Field dimensions||72 metres (79 yd) by 107 metres (117 yd)|
|Libya national football team
Tripoli International Stadium (Arabic: ملعب 11 يونيو) is a multi-purpose stadium in Tripoli, Libya, and is one of the largest stadia in Africa,third after South Africa's Soccer City and Egypt's Borg El Arab stadium It can hold 82,000 spectators. The Tripoli Intl.Stadium is the main venue used by the Libyan national football team in its FIFA World Cup and African Nations Cup qualifying matches as well as friendlies and other international games.
The stadium hosted many games of the 1982 African Cup of Nations held in Libya along with the 28 March Stadium in Benghazi; it was the venue for the final between Ghana and Libya. Another important game played in the stadium was the 2002 Italian Supercup between Juventus and Parma, in which Juventus won 2-1.
Its name is a reference to the date of the withdrawal of U.S. forces from Libya (11 June 1970).
|African Cup of Nations
Stade Félix Houphouët-Boigny
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