Cairo Military Academy Stadium

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Cairo Military Academy Stadium
EGY x GUI. August 12, 2009.jpg
Panorama of the Military Academy stadium during a friendly international game between Egypt and Guinea on August 12, 2009.
Location Europe Street
Coordinates Coordinates: 30°06′40″N 31°22′03″E / 30.111095°N 31.367565°E / 30.111095; 31.367565
Capacity 28,500[1]
Surface Grass
Scoreboard Yes
Built 1989

The Cairo Military Academy Stadium (Arabic: إستاد الكلية الحربية بالقاهرةIstād al-Kullīyah al-Ḥarbīyah bil-Qāhira) is located in Cairo, Egypt and has a total capacity of 28,500. It was one of six stadiums to be used in the 2006 African Cup of Nations, held in Egypt.

Seven miles up the road from Cairo International Stadium, heading for Cairo International Airport, there is the Cairo Military Academy Stadium at the far end of Orouba Street in the north-eastern Heliopolis district of Cairo.

It was built in 1989 for the use of military teams and students at the military academy. The ground accommodated home games of Al Ahly and Zamalek during the refurbishing of the Cairo International Stadium and occasionally still serves to stage matches of the old foes.

The stadium has a small roof extension serving as a cover for the main stand. On demand, during matches rent-a-crowd military cadets serve as ground-fillers in addition to the sparse paying spectators for football matches.


  1. ^ "Cairo Military Academy Stadium". soccerway. Retrieved 18 August 2017.