Busan Gudeok Stadium
Seo District, Busan, South Korea
|Owner||Busan Metropolitan City Hall|
|Operator||Busan Sports Facility Management|
|1988 Summer Olympics|
Busan IPark (1987–2002, 2015–present)
Busan Transportation Corporation FC (2006–present)
The Busan Gudeok Stadium (Korean: 부산 구덕 운동장; Hanja: 釜山九德運動場) is a multi-purpose stadium in Busan, South Korea. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium currently holds 12,349 spectators. The venue opened in September 1928. During the 1988 Summer Olympics, it hosted some of the Olympic football matches. It was also the main venue for the 1997 East Asian Games hosting the opening and closing ceremonies, as well as the athletics and football competitions. Professional football team Busan IPark have played their home games at the venue since 2015 as well as between 1987 and 2002. Additionally, non-league football team Busan Transport Corporation FC have played their home games at the venue since 2006.
1988 Summer Olympics
During the 1988 Summer Olympics, held in Seoul, eight football games took place at the Gudeok stadium, including all three of South Korea's matches and one semi-final match. 180 players accompanied by 72 officials from nine countries competed for eleven days from September 17 through September 27, attracting a total of 146,320 spectators or 18,290 on average per day. A total of 675 million won was spent on the stadium before the tournament to improve the electronic scoreboard and other facilities.
|Date||Team 1||Result||Team 2||Round||Attendance|
|17 September 1988||West Germany||3–0||China||Group A||24,000|
|18 September 1988||South Korea||0–0||Soviet Union||Group C||30,000|
|19 September 1988||West Germany||4–1||Tunisia||Group A||14,000|
|20 September 1988||South Korea||0–0||United States||Group C||22,000|
|21 September 1988||Tunisia||0–0||China||Group A||17,000|
|22 September 1988||Argentina||2–1||South Korea||Group C||30,000|
|25 September 1988||Soviet Union||3–0||Australia||Quarter-final||5,000|
|27 September 1988||Soviet Union||3–2 (a.e.t.)||Italy||Semi-final||10,000|
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- 1988 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. p. 204.
- Stadium of dreams in K-League : 구덕 운동장 (in Korean)
- Busan Sports Facilities Management Center (in Korean)
- Busan Sports Facilities Management Center (in English)
- World Stadiums
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