MFF Football Centre

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MFF Football Centre
MFF Football Centre̜̠ grandstand.jpg
Location Ulan Bator, Mongolia
Coordinates 47°54′00″N 106°54′58″E / 47.90000°N 106.91611°E / 47.90000; 106.91611Coordinates: 47°54′00″N 106°54′58″E / 47.90000°N 106.91611°E / 47.90000; 106.91611
Operator Mongolian Football Federation
Capacity 3,500
Surface artificial turf
Opened 2002

MFF Football Centre (Mongolian: МХХ Хөлбөмбөгийн төв) is a stadium in the independent municipality of Ulan Bator within Mongolia.[1]


It is currently used for football matches and boasts an artificial playing surface. It has recently played host to Mongolia's attempts to qualify for the AFC Challenge Cup and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.[2]


  1. ^ "Football Centre MFF". (Soccerway). Retrieved 2010-04-01. 
  2. ^ "Preliminary success boost for Philippines". (FIFA). Retrieved 2010-04-01.