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|Former names||Thunderdome Stadium|
|Location||Pak Kret, Nonthaburi, Thailand|
|Public transit||Mueang Thong Thani (from 2020)|
|Owner||Sports Authority of Thailand (SAT)|
The Thunderdome Stadium, currently known for sponsorship purposes as SCG Stadium is a football stadium located in Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi, Thailand, and is the home of Thai League T1's side, Muangthong United. SCG Stadium was the first operate football stadium in Thailand.
SCG Stadium has been the home venue of Muangthong United since 2007. Owned by Sports Authority of Thailand, rented by Muangthong United, the stadium originally known as Thunderdome Sports Complex and had only one main stand before the Thai League T1 promotion in 2009. After the promotion to the top division of Muangthong United, the club started to develop the stadium, construct other temporary stands to hold the demands of the supporter. In 2010, after the club clinched its first ever top division, SCG stadium was developed into the 4 stands stadium with full installed seats. The capacity rose to 15,000.
The name of the ground changed twice due to sponsorship agreements, the first time it was changed from the original name, Thunderdome Stadium, to Yamaha Stadium following the sponsorship in 2010. In 2012, The stadium was changed its alias to SCG Stadium following the club title sponsor of SCG. However, the stadium is still referred as its official name of Thunderdome Stadium in AFC competitions.
The stadium used to be able to hold as much as 20,000 spectators but the number reduce after renovation by filling in chairs to make the stadium all seated with the capacity of 15,000 people.
On November 25, 2012, K-pop artists under S.M. Entertainment featuring Kangta, BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls' Generation, SHINee, f(x) and EXO, performed the world tour SMTown Live World Tour III in Bangkok in the stadium.
The stadium hosted Korean Pop Sensation Psy on 28 November 2012.
Clash played their final concert here on April 30, 2014, followed by their disbandment.
|Date||Team 1||Score||Team 2||Competition|
|8 November 2009||Thailand||1-1||Syria||Friendly|
|11 August 2010||Thailand||1-0||Singapore||Friendly|
|4 September 2010||Thailand||1-0||India||Friendly|
|7 November 2012||Thailand||2-0||Malaysia||Friendly|
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