Darul Aman Stadium

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Stadium Darulaman
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Location Jalan Stadium,
05100 Alor Star,
Kedah Darul Aman,
Malaysia.
Owner Kedah State Government
Operator Kedah State Stadium Corporation
Capacity 32,387 (Football)
Field size 120m x 70m
Construction
Opened 1962
Renovated 2006
Expanded 1997
General contractor Seri Temin Development Company (STDC) Sdn. Bhd.
Tenants
Kedah FA (Malaysian Super League)
Kuala Muda NAZA FC (Malaysian Premier League)

Stadium Darul Aman is an all-seater and a multi-purpose stadium in Alor Star, the capital of state of Kedah, Malaysia. It is currently used mostly for football matches.[1] The stadium was opened officially by the Sultan of Kedah in 1962 during Malaya winning 1-0 against South Korea.[2] It has a capacity of 32,387 seats after the expansion in 1997. It was one of the venues for the 1997 FIFA World Youth Championship. It is the official stadium for Malaysian Super League's club Kedah FA and Malaysian Premier League's club Kuala Muda NAZA FC.


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Coordinates: 6°08′10″N 100°22′18″E / 6.136021°N 100.371764°E / 6.136021; 100.371764