Jeju World Cup Stadium is a footballstadium with a 35,657-person capacity that is located in the city of Seogwipo on the small South Korean island province of Jeju-do. The design of the stadium which is in the shape of mouth of a volcano is based on Jeju Island’s natural environment and its sea surroundings. The roof of Jeju World Cup Stadium is in the form of nets of traditional fishing boats in Jeju. Jeju hosted several matches of the FIFA World Cup 2002, after which about 7,000 changeable seats on the upper eastern stand were transferred to the Gangchanghak Practice Stadium, making the total seating capacity in the main stadium 35,657. It is home of the Jeju United FC, currently playing in the K-League Classic.