Indoor Stadium Huamark

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Indoor Stadium Huamark
อินดอร์ สเตเดียม หัวหมาก
HuaMak.jpg
LocationBangkok, Thailand
Public transitARLbangkok.svg  ARL  Ramkhamhaeng Station
 MRT  Rajamangala Stadium (from 2020)
OwnerSports Authority of Thailand (SAT)
Capacity6,000 seats
Construction
Opened1966
Renovated2011-2012
ArchitectFaculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University
Tenants
2000 Thailand National Games
1998 Asian Games
2005 Asian Indoor Games
2009 Asian Martial Arts Games
2007 Summer Universiade
2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup
2013 BWF World Junior Championships
2013 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix
2014 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix
2015 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix
2016 FIVB Volleyball World Grand Prix Finals
2016 AFF Futsal Championship
2018 FIVB Volleyball Women's Nations League

Indoor Stadium Huamark (Thai: อินดอร์ สเตเดียม หัวหมาก; RTGSIndo Satediam Huamak) is an indoor sporting arena, located in Bangkok, Thailand. The original capacity of the arena is 15,000 spectators and it was built in 1966 for the 5th Asian Games. After renovation for 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup, the capacity is reduced to 6,000 seats[1] and expandable to 8,000 seats.[2]

It is used mainly for concerts, badminton, boxing, basketball, futsal, and volleyball. On 22 May 2001, Irish vocal pop band Westlife held a concert for their Where Dreams Come True Tour supporting their album Coast to Coast.

History[edit]

Indoor Stadium Huamark originally named Kittikachorn Stadium, based on the last name of former prime minister Thanom Kittikachorn. The stadium was built for the 1966 Asian Games which was hosted by Thailand. The name was later changed to Indoor Stadium Huamark until today.

Transportation[edit]

Indoor Stadium Huamark is accessible from Ramkhamhaeng Station of the Airport Rail Link and In 2020 it can accessible from Rajamangala Stadium of the MRT Orange Line

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ฟีฟ่าตรวจสนามฟุตซอลโลก อินดอร์-นิมิบุตร ไร้ปัญหา ลุ้นหนองจอกผ่านประเมิน". SMM Sport. Retrieved 26 October 2018.
  2. ^ "A fitting venue for the World Grand Prix Finals". FIVB World Grand Prix. Retrieved 26 October 2018.

Coordinates: 13°45′27″N 100°37′24″E / 13.75750°N 100.62333°E / 13.75750; 100.62333

Events and tenants
Preceded by
Maracanãzinho
Rio de Janeiro
FIFA Futsal World Cup
Final Venue

2012
Succeeded by
Coliseo El Pueblo
Cali