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New Shenzhen Stadium

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New Shenzhen Stadium

Universiade Center
Location Shenzhen, Guangdong, People's Republic of China
Opened 2011
Owner Shenzhen Government
Operator Shenzhen Sports Bureau
Surface Grass
Construction cost 3.5 billion RMB
2011 Summer Universiade
Shenzhen Fengpeng F.C.

Universiade Center (Simplified Chinese: 大运中心) is a description of a new multi-use stadium in Shenzhen, China, that was completed in 2011. It is used mostly for football and athletics competitions and hosted some events for the 2011 Summer Universiade. The stadium has a capacity of 60,334 spectators. It opened in August 2011.

External links

  • Graphic of interior of stadium
  • Photo of ground breaking ceremony
  • Information on new stadium

Coordinates: 22°41′49.70″N 114°12′43.90″E / 22.6971389°N 114.2121944°E / 22.6971389; 114.2121944

Preceded by
Belgrade Arena
Summer Universiade
Opening and Closing Ceremonies

Succeeded by
New Rubin Kazan Stadium
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