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Daegu Civic Stadium

Daegu Civic Stadium
대구시민운동장 주경기장
Location Daegu, South Korea
Operator Daegu City
Capacity 19,467
Field size 111 × 72 m
(Running track: 400 m × 8 lanes)
Surface Grass, Tartan track
Opened 20 June 1948
Renovated 8 September 2003
POSCO Atoms (1987)
Daegu FC (2003–present)
Daegu Civic Stadium
Hangul 대구시민운동장
Hanja 大邱市民運動場
Revised Romanization Daegu Simin Undongjang
McCune–Reischauer Taegu Simin Undongjang

Daegu Civic Stadium (Hangul: 대구시민운동장) is a sports complex in Daegu, South Korea. Its main stadium is currently used mostly for football matches (Daegu FC plays the occasional home game there), but it is also used to host large-scale karaoke events. During the 1986 Asian Games and 1988 Summer Olympics, it hosted some football matches. The stadium has a capacity of max 30,000 (19,467 seats) people and was opened on 20 June 1948. The stadium was expanded and reconstructed in 1975, and was renovated and repaired on 8 September 2003.


  • 1988 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. p. 204.
  • 제 9탄 대구 시민 운동장 ① - Dream stadium of K-League (Korean)
  • 제 9탄 대구 시민 운동장 ② - Dream stadium of K-League (Korean)

External links

  • Daegu Sports Facilities Management Center (Korean)
  • Daegu Civic Stadium (Russian)
  • World Stadiums

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