Azadi Indoor Stadium

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Azadi Indoor Stadium
Azadi Indoor Stadium 9.jpg
Full name Azadi 12,000 Capacity Hall
Former names Sports Hall
Location Tehran, Iran
Owner Ministry of Sports
Operator Tehran Municipality
Capacity 6,583[1]
Broke ground 3 October 1970
Built 1970–1971 (1 year)
Opened 1 September 1974 (1974 Asian Games)
Architect Abdol-Aziz Farmanfarmaian
>Iran men's national volleyball team
Iran national futsal team
Iran men's national volleyball team plays against Serbia in 2013 FIVB Volleyball World League
Azadi Indoor Stadium - August 2015

The Azadi Indoor Stadium, officially named Azadi 12,000 Capacity Hall (Persian: سالن دوازده هزار نفری آزادی‎), is an indoor sports arena in Tehran, Iran. The stadium has a seating capacity of 6,583, and the stadium capacity with standing room is 12,000. This indoor stadium is located within the Azadi Sport Complex. It is mainly used for volleyball, wrestling and futsal matches, but occasionally basketball games are played here. Azadi Indoor Stadium is house Iran national volleyball team. Azadi still hosted FIVB Volleyball World League. Azadi Indoor Stadium hosted the 2014 FILA Wrestling World Cup.[2]


  1. ^ Azadi Indoor Stadium in (in Persian)
  2. ^ Iran to host 2014 FILA Greco-Roman World Cup/

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Coordinates: 35°43′20″N 51°16′10″E / 35.72222°N 51.26944°E / 35.72222; 51.26944