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 10,000
Surface Firm Ground
Construction
Opened January 3, 2003
Construction cost Rs. 220 million
Architect Khalil-ur-Rehman & Associates
Tenants
WAPDA FC
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 such as athletics.[2] The stadium was built in 2003 at a cost of Rs. 220 million. The stadium has a capacity of 10,000 spectators. The architects of the stadium are Khalil-ur-Rehman & Associates.

Muhammad Essa was the first man to score international goal at this venue when he surged Pakistan ahead against India in June 2005.

Major Matches[edit]

It hosted most of the matches for the AFC President's Cup 2007. It will host the home leg for Pakistan vs Yeman 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match on March 17.[3]

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