Wibawa Mukti Stadium

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Wibawa Mukti Stadium
Wibawa Mukti Stadium.jpg
LocationBekasi Regency, West Java
Coordinates6°18′41″S 107°10′55″E / 6.31139°S 107.18194°E / -6.31139; 107.18194
OwnerGovernment of Bekasi Regency, West Java Province
OperatorGovernment of Bekasi Regency, West Java
Capacity28,778[1]
Opened2014
Tenants
Persikasi Bekasi
Indonesia national football team (selected matches)[2]

Wibawa Mukti Stadium, or officially Stadion Wibawa Mukti, is a multi-purpose stadium located in Cikarang, Bekasi Regency, West Java, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for football matches.

Sports event[edit]

The stadium was built to host the 2014 Porda Jabar XII in Bekasi Regency and used as a venue for the 2016 PON XIX (19th Indonesian National Sports Week). The stadium is one of the venue for men's football of 2018 Asian Games. It is planned to be homeground for the Persikasi club in the future. The stadium can accommodate 28,778 people with all-seater configuration. This stadium also has excellent transportation access, one of which is close to the Cibatu KM 34.7 Jakarta - Cikampek toll gate.

International matches hosted[edit]

Date Competition Team Res Team Crowd
18 Nov 2017 International Friendly  Indonesia 0–1  Syria U-23 N/A
11 Sep 2018 International Friendly  Indonesia 1–0  Mauritius 12,621
10 Oct 2018 International Friendly  Indonesia 3–0  Myanmar 4,217
16 Oct 2018 International Friendly  Indonesia 1–1  Hong Kong N/A

Tournament results[edit]

2018 Asian Games Men's Football[edit]

Date Time (UTC+07) Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
14 August 2018 16:00  Vietnam 3–0  Pakistan Group D N/A
14 August 2018 19:00  Japan 1–0    Nepal Group D N/A
16 August 2018 16:00  Pakistan 0–4  Japan Group D N/A
16 August 2018 19:00    Nepal 0–2  Vietnam Group D N/A
19 August 2018 16:00  Japan 0–1  Vietnam Group D N/A
19 August 2018 19:00  Timor-Leste 2–5  Syria Group C N/A
20 August 2018 16:00  North Korea 3–0  Saudi Arabia Group F N/A
20 August 2018 19:00  Malaysia 2–3  Bahrain Group E N/A
23 August 2018 16:00  Uzbekistan 3–0  Hong Kong Round of 16 N/A
23 August 2018 19:30  Iran 0–2  South Korea Round of 16 N/A
24 August 2018 16:00  Indonesia 2–2 (a.e.t.)
(3–4 pen.)
 United Arab Emirates Round of 16 N/A
24 August 2018 19:30  Bangladesh 1–3  North Korea Round of 16 N/A

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