Malawati Stadium

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Malawati Stadium
Stadium Malawati
LocationShah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
OwnerGovernment of Malaysia
OperatorShah Alam City Council
Capacity13,000[2]
Field size50 × 50 meters[2]
Construction
Built1992-1996[1]
Opened12 May 1998[2]

Malawati Stadium (Malay: Stadium Malawati) is an indoor stadium located in Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.The stadium is located beside the Shah Alam Stadium. The stadium has a maximum seated capacity of 13,000 and is capable of housing different events including sports events, warehouse sales, concerts, exhibitions and talks in its fully air conditioned 50 × 50 meters square arena.[3][2]

History[edit]

On 12 May 1998, the stadium was officially opened by Sultan Salahuddin of Selangor.[2] On 1 January 2001, the Shah Alam City Council began taking charge of the maintenance of the stadium.[2] On 1 April 2005, the stadium's management responsibility was fully transferred to the Shah Alam City Council.[2]

Notable events[edit]

Sport events[edit]

Entertainment events[edit]

Notable tournaments[edit]

Transportation[edit]

The stadium is connected to 5 LRT Kelana Jaya line via  KJ27  Glenmarie LRT station by RapidKL feeder bus T774 LRT Glenmarie ↺ Stadium Shah Alam as well as 2 KTM Port Klang line via  KD10  Batu Tiga Komuter station by SmartSelangor bus SA02 MBSA / Hentian Bandar Shah Alam ↺ KTM Batu Tiga via Stadium Shah Alam.

The stadium will be connected to 11 LRT Shah Alam line by  SA10  Stadium Shah Alam LRT station once the line starts operating in 2024.

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Coordinates: 3°04′48″N 101°32′50″E / 3.0801°N 101.5471°E / 3.0801; 101.5471