Haji Agus Salim Stadium

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Stadion H. Agus Salim (official name)
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Stadion Agus Salim
Full name Stadion H. Agus Salim
Location Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia
Owner Padang Government
Operator Padang Sports Government
Capacity 10,000
Field size 105 by 68 metres
Surface Grass
Construction
Broke ground 1983
Built 1985
Opened 1985
Renovated 2010-2012
Closed no closed
Demolished N/A
Tenants
PSP Padang (1986-present)
Semen Padang FC (1990-present)
Minangkabau FC (2010-2011)
Indonesia national rugby union team

Stadion H. Agus Salim is a multi-use stadium in Padang, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for Football matches and is the home stadium of Semen Padang F.C. and PSP Padang. The stadium has a capacity of 20,000.[1] The stadium is also known as a venue for rugby union matches and athletics.

History[edit]

The stadium was named after Haji Agus Salim, a Muslim intellectual and national hero from local Minangkabau heritage where the stadium is located. 2009 Sumatra earthquake, make Agus Salim Stadium heavily damaged. The stands are destroyed and also for some facilities, such as connection problems on lighting, dressing room are broken, and cracked and barren field that resulted this stadium is unfit for use. After that the stadium was renovated and completed in 2012.

Structure and facilities[edit]

The stadium have 4 tribune categories for spectator, west for VIP with single seat, east for public, south for Spartacks and north for The Kmers.

See also[edit]

List of stadiums in Indonesia

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Coordinates: 0°55′46″S 100°21′30″E / 0.92944°S 100.35833°E / -0.92944; 100.35833