Stadium Negara

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Stadium Negara
Stadium Tertutup ("Enclosed Stadium")
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Stadium Negara
Full name Stadium Negara Malaysia
Location Kuala Lumpur
Coordinates 3°8′26″N 101°42′10″E / 3.14056°N 101.70278°E / 3.14056; 101.70278Coordinates: 3°8′26″N 101°42′10″E / 3.14056°N 101.70278°E / 3.14056; 101.70278
Owner PNB's PNB Merdeka Ventures Sdn Bhd.
Operator PNB's PNB Merdeka Ventures Sdn Bhd.
Capacity 10,000 (seated)
Construction
Broke ground 1960
Built 1960-1962
Opened April 19, 1962 (1962-04-19)
Renovated 1982
Construction cost RM34 million
Project manager Stanley Edward Jewkes Public Work Director
General contractor

Mr M. D. Canavan, Encik Koon Yew Yin and

Encik S. Nakendra
Main contractors Public Work
Website
http://library.perdana.org.my/Speech_ab/TR6462.pdf
Interior of Stadium Negara in 2014

Stadium Negara, also known as Stadium Tertutup, is an indoor arena located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Background[edit]

Stadium Negara is located around 2 kilometers from Kuala Lumpur City Centre, and is right beside Stadium Merdeka.

The stadium, which has 10,000 permanent seats, is fully air conditioned and is capable of housing many different events, including sports events and concerts.[2]

History[edit]

The construction of the stadium began in 1960 and the stadium was officially opened on 10 April 1962, by the third Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the late Tuanku Syed Putra, of Perlis.,[3] making it the first indoor stadium in Malaysia.[4]

The stadium was renovated in 1982.

Major events[edit]

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Facilities[edit]

  • VIP Holding room
  • Media Centre
  • Sport Facilities
  • Existing Ticketing Booths
  • In-house provide Air-condition

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