Kanjuruhan Stadium

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Stadion Kanjuruhan
Kanjuruhan Stadium - panoramio.jpg
Location Malang Regency, East Java
Owner Malang Regency Government
Operator Arema F.C.
Capacity 42,449 [1]
Surface Lamuran grass
Construction
Built 1997
Opened 9 June 2004[2]
Renovated 2010 (for AFC Champions League)
Construction cost >Rp 35 Billion
Tenants
Arema F.C. (2004- )
Persekam Metro Kabupaten Malang (2004- )

Kanjuruhan Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 42,449.[3] It is home of Arema F.C., football team in Indonesian Super League. But also used by Persekam Metro Kabupaten Malang for home in Indonesian Premier Division. It was built in 2004 by President Megawati Soekarnoputri for opening Indonesian First Division League between Arema versus PSS Sleman, it was also renovated in 2010 for the purposes of the AFC Champions League in terms of adding lighting power.

Coordinates: 8°9′0.9″S 112°34′26.4″E / 8.150250°S 112.574000°E / -8.150250; 112.574000

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