GS Champions Park

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GS Champions Park
GS챔피언스파크
Location Guri, South Korea
Owner City of Guri
Operator FC Seoul
Surface Grass
Tenants
FC Seoul (1989–present)

The GS Champions Park is the training center of FC Seoul. It is located in Guri, east of nearby Seoul.

In 1983, it was built by GS Sports, then known as Lucky-Goldstar Sports. It has been used by FC Seoul since 1989. France national football team used the venue as the training camp during the 2002 FIFA World Cup. Today, it is used by the FC Seoul's first team, reserve team, and academy.

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Year
1983
Established by the Lucky-Goldstar Sports.
1987–1988 Four natural turf football pitches were completed (currently LG Champion's Park).
1990
One football pitch was transformed into the baseball pitch for the LG Twins.
2001
An additional natural turf pitch was built, while the existing pitch was replaced by the artificial turf pitch.
2002
A new indoor facility, including weight room, treatment room, and meeting room, was built.
France national football team used it as the team's training camp during the 2002 FIFA World Cup.
2004
Replaced with cool season grasses in A-Pitch.

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