Mandalar Thiri Stadium

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Mandalar Thiri Stadium
မန္တလာသီရိ အားကစားကွင်း
Sea Games Stadium
Mandalar Thiri Sport Ground (Mandalay).jpg
LocationMandalay, Myanmar
Coordinates21°56′36.8″N 96°5′55.5″E / 21.943556°N 96.098750°E / 21.943556; 96.098750Coordinates: 21°56′36.8″N 96°5′55.5″E / 21.943556°N 96.098750°E / 21.943556; 96.098750
Public transitCycle carry, Bus Station
OwnerMinistry of Sports and Youth Affairs
OperatorYadanarbon FC
Capacity31,270
Field size
  • Football field and Building area:491,824.59 ft² ( 45,692 m² ) each
  • Parking area:403,646.64 ft² (37500 m²) each[1]
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Broke groundJanuary 2011
OpenedNovember 2013
Tenants
Myanmar women's national football team
Yadanarbon FC
Myanmar national football team
I.S.P.E F.C.

Mandalar Thiri Stadium (Burmese: မန္တလာသီရိ အားကစားကွင်း) is a multi-use stadium, located in Mandalay, Myanmar. It located east of the Mingalar Mandalay. Its address is between 68th and 73rd, between 102A rd and 107 rd, beside of the Mandalay Football Academy. The stadium hosted the women's football tournament in the 2013 Southeast Asian Games[2] and is also the home of Yadanarbon F.C. It has become one of the landmarks of Mandalay, Myanmar.

Mandalarthiti Stadium during 27th SEA Games

Mandalar Thiri Indoor Stadium[edit]

The Mandalar Thiri Stadium complex is also home of an indoor stadium where many local and international Lethwei events are hosted.[3] The World Lethwei Championship hosted many events at this venue.[4]

Multipurpose Indoor Stadium

Gallery[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.maxmyanmarconstruction.com/portfolio/football-stadiums%7Cdate=}}
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2015-04-02. Retrieved 2013-11-06.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Matthew Carter (29 May 2019). "WLC 9: King Of 9 Limbs". Lethwei World.
  4. ^ "Leduc lifts wlc cruiserweight belt by ko against baczynski". www.fightmag.com.au. 3 August 2019.