Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh

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Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh
Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh
Full name Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh
Location Mitsamiouli, Comoros
Broke ground 2005
Opened 2007
Capacity
2,000
Tenants
Comoros national football team

Stade Said Mohamed Cheikh is a multi-use stadium in Mitsamiouli, Comoros. It is currently used mostly for football matches. It was opened in 2007 as part of FIFA's Win in Africa with Africa program. It is named after former Comoros head, Said Mohamed Cheikh. It replaced Stade de Beaumer as the home of the Comoros national football team. It was the first stadium in the Comoros to host a CAF Champions League match.[1]

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Coordinates: 11°23′32″S 43°17′19″E / 11.39222°S 43.28861°E / -11.39222; 43.28861