Olympic Stadium (Oran)
|Location||Belgaïd, Bir El Djir|
|Owner||Ministry of Youth and Sport|
|Operator||Ministry of Youth and Sport|
|Field size||105 by 68 metres (115 by 74 yd)|
|Broke ground||1 June 2010|
|Opened||1 December 2019|
|Construction cost||142.3 million US$|
|Main contractors||China Metallurgical Group Corporation|
|MC Oran (2019–) planned|
Algeria national team (2019–) planned
Olympic Stadium (Oran) (Arabic: الملعب الأولمبي (وهران)) is a multi-use stadium in Belgaïd, Bir El Djir in the suburb of Oran, Algeria, that is currently under construction. Once completed in 2019, it will be used mostly for football matches and will host the home matches of MC Oran, replacing their current Ahmed Zabana Stadium. It will have a capacity of 40,143 people. The stadium is a part of the Olympic Complex of Oran. it will be used as the opening and closing ceremony venue of the 2021 Mediterranean Games.
On December 20, 2006, planned the project of construction of the Olympic Complex. The stadium was planned for a capacity of 75,000 seats but was reduced to 40.000. On December 5, 2011, the minister of Youth and Sports, El Hachemi Djiar, announced that the stadium would be completed before the end of 2012. He also added that the entire project would be finished in 2015. But due to delays in construction work, the complex will be finished in 2019.
Name of the stadium
In 2014, M. Mohamed Raouraoua president of the Algerian Football Federation suggested that the stadium can take the name of the former legendary footballer of MC Oran and of the national team Abdelkader Fréha.
- List of football stadiums in Algeria
- List of African stadiums by capacity
- List of association football stadiums by capacity
- "Le stade olympique amputé de 35.000 places". La Voix de l'Oranie. Sofiane. December 21, 2006.
- Djiar à Oran: Le stade olympique livré avant fin 2012; Le Quotidien d'Oran, December 5, 2011
- Le nouveau stade d’Oran sera baptisé Abdelkader Fréha - DzairNews, May 22, 2014.
- Future stadium images at worldstadiums.com
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