Punjab Stadium

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پنجاب اسٹیڈیم
Punjab Football Stadium
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Location Ferozpur Road, Lahore, Pakistan
Coordinates 31°30′39″N 74°19′55″E / 31.51083°N 74.33194°E / 31.51083; 74.33194Coordinates: 31°30′39″N 74°19′55″E / 31.51083°N 74.33194°E / 31.51083; 74.33194
Owner Pakistan Football Federation
Operator Pakistan Football Federation
Capacity 8,000
Surface Grass
Opened January 3, 2003
Construction cost Rs. 220 million
Architect Khalil ur Rehman & Associates
Wohaib FC
Pakistan National Football Team
World Kabaddi League[1]

Punjab Stadium or Gaddafi Soccer Stadium is a football stadium in Lahore, Pakistan. It is also used for other sporting events, including athletics. [2]

The stadium was built in 2003 and had been built at a cost of Rs. 110 million. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 for football matches. The architect of the project is Khalil-ur-Rehman & Associates. The Pakistan Football Federation has its headquarters near the stadium.

It recently hosted most of the matches for the AFC President's Cup 2007. Muhammad Essa was the first man to score international goal at this venue when he surged Pakistan ahead against India in June 2005.

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