Jamsil Baseball Stadium
|Location||Jamsil 1-dong, Songpa-gu, Seoul|
|Owner||City of Seoul|
|Operator||Seoul Metropolitan Facilities Management Corporation|
|Field size||Left Field – 100 metres (328 ft)
Left-Center – 120 metres (394 ft)
Center Field – 125 metres (410 ft)
Right-Center – 120 metres (394 ft)
Right Field – 100 metres (328 ft)
Outfield Wall Height – 2.6 metres (9 ft)
|Broke ground||April 17, 1980|
|Opened||July 15, 1982|
|Construction cost||12.6 billion won|
|General contractor||Hyundai Engineering & Construction|
|LG Twins and Doosan Bears (KBO)|
Jamsil Baseball Stadium (잠실 야구장|잠실 야구장) is a baseball stadium located at 25 Olympic-ro, Songpa-gu, Seoul, South Korea. The stadium holds 26,000 people and was built from April 1980 to July 1982. It makes up the Seoul Sports Complex along with the nearby Seoul Olympic Stadium, and hosted the baseball events during the 1988 Summer Olympics. It is the home of the LG Twins and Doosan Bears in the KBO. The area of Jamsil Baseball Stadium is 26,331m^2, it has one basement level. It is three stories high with a center-field distance of 125 m, side distances of 100 m. The stadium has 59 entrances consisting of 49 inner gates and 10 outer gates. The parking lot allows 2,200 cars to park. The stadium can be reached by Seoul Subway Line 2, Line 9, or by bus. There is a nursing room and playroom for children, and strollers can be rented. The stadium is designated as non-smoking, but there are small smoking areas available. Jamsil Baseball Stadium was renovated in 2007, about 1.5 billion won was spent. Grass on the field was replaced, drains were installed, and sprinkler were upgraded to prevent heavy rain damage. After the 2012 baseball season, Seoul Metropolitan Facilities Management Corporation changed the soil of the ground for easier maintenance and prevention of injuries. They changed all seats except third floor, built a new locker room for away team and remodeled restroom for viewers.
- "About Jamsil Stadium". Doosan Bears official website. Retrieved 13 June 2016.
- 1988 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. p. 166.