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Shandong Provincial Stadium

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Shandong Provincial Stadium

Shandong Provincial Sports Centre Stadium
Location Jinan, China PR
Coordinates
Capacity 43,700
Field size 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass
Opened 1988
Tenants
Shandong Luneng Taishan F.C.
(Chinese Super League)

Shandong Provincial Stadium (Chinese: ; pinyin: ShāndōngShěngCháng) is a multi-purpose stadium used mostly for association football matches in Shandong Provincial Sports Centre(Chinese: ; pinyin: ShāndōngShěngZhōngXīn), Jinan, China. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 43,700. The stadium was built in 1988.

International Matches

Asian Cup 2004

Date Team 1 Score Team 2 Competition Attendance
2004-07-19  South Korea 0 - 0  Jordan Group Stage (Group B) 26,000
2004-07-19  Kuwait 3 - 1  United Arab Emirates Group Stage (Group B) 31,250
2004-07-23  Jordan 2 - 0  Kuwait Group Stage (Group B) 28,000
2004-07-23  United Arab Emirates 0 - 2  South Korea Group Stage (Group B) 30,000
2004-07-25  Bahrain 3 - 1  Indonesia Group Stage (Group A) 20,000
2004-07-27  South Korea 4 - 0  Kuwait Group Stage (Group B) 15,000
2004-07-31  South Korea 3 - 4  Iran Quarterfinals 20,000
2004-08-03  Bahrain 3 - 4  Japan Semifinals 32,000

External links

  • Stadium picture

See also

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