Taipei Municipal Stadium

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Taipei Municipal Stadium
Full nameTaipei Municipal "Track and Field" Stadium
LocationTaipei, Taiwan
OwnerTaipei City Government
Construction cost$423 million
Royal Blues
Tatung (sometimes)
Ming Chuan
Taicheng Lions
Chinese Taipei national football team
Chinese Taipei national rugby union team
Taipei Municipal Stadium
Traditional Chinese臺北田徑場 or 台北田徑場
Tongyong PinyinTáiběi tiánjìngchǎng

The Taipei Municipal Stadium (Chinese: 臺北田徑場 or 台北田徑場; pinyin: Táiběi Tiánjìng Chǎng) is a multi-purpose stadium in Taipei, Taiwan. The original stadium, built in 1956, was used mostly for track and field events. Entertainer Michael Jackson performed two concerts there during his Dangerous World Tour on 4 and 6 September 1993 in front of a crowd of 80,000.[1]

The stadium was demolished and reconstructed for the 2009 Summer Deaflympics between December 2006 and July 2009.[2] The new stadium is able to hold 20,000 people. On 3 July 2011, the stadium recorded its highest attendance for a football game when Chinese Taipei hosted Malaysia in the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification - AFC First Round second leg match, when 15,335 spectators attended the game.[3] In 2013, 500 people showed up at the stadium for a domestic league match between association football clubs Taipower FC and Tatung FC.[4]

The stadium is accessible from the Taipei Arena station of the Taipei Metro.

International Matches[edit]

Date Competition
5 Sep 2009 2009 Summer Deaflympics
19 Aug 2017 2017 Summer Universiade

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Dangerous World Tour
  2. ^ 台北聽奧主場館 明正式啟用 (in Chinese). Liberty Times. 22 July 2009.
  3. ^ (in Chinese)中華贏球出局 英雄悲情 Apple Daily (Taiwan). 4 July 2011.
  4. ^
Preceded by Summer Universiade
Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Succeeded by
Preceded by AFC Women's Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by

Coordinates: 25°2′58″N 121°33′4″E / 25.04944°N 121.55111°E / 25.04944; 121.55111