King Abdullah II Stadium

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King Abdullah II Stadium
King Abdullah II Stadium, Amman, Jordan.jpg
LocationAmman, Jordan
Coordinates31°55′40.9″N 35°57′11.7″E / 31.928028°N 35.953250°E / 31.928028; 35.953250
Capacity13,000[1]
Construction
Built1998
Opened1998
Tenants
Jordan national football team
Al-Wehdat

The King Abdullah II Stadium (Arabic: ملعب الملك عبد الله الثاني‎) is a multi-purpose stadium in Amman, Jordan. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 13,000 people, and the architect was Michael KC Cheah.

International Soccer Matches[edit]

Date Competition Team Res Team
6 Sep 2018 International Friendly  Jordan 0-1  Lebanon
11 Sep 2018 International Friendly  Jordan 0-0  Oman
17 Nov 2018 International Friendly  Jordan 2-1  India

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Preceded by
None
West Asian Football Federation Championship
Final Venue

2000
Succeeded by
Abbasiyyin Stadium
Syria Damascus
Preceded by
Azadi Stadium
Iran Tehran
West Asian Football Federation Championship
Final Venue

2010
Succeeded by
Jaber Al-Ahmad International Stadium
Kuwait Kuwait City

Coordinates: 31°55′39″N 35°57′11″E / 31.92750°N 35.95306°E / 31.92750; 35.95306