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Jiangwan Sports Center

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Jiangwan Sports Center

Jiangwan Sports Center
Former names Shanghai Stadium
Location Shanghai, China
Coordinates
Owner Shanghai Municipal Government
Capacity 20,000
Construction
Opened 1934
Renovated 1954, 2006
Architect Dong Dayou

The Jiangwan Sports Center (Chinese: 江湾体育场), formerly Shanghai Stadium, is a football stadium in Shanghai, China. It was build in 1934 as part of the Greater Shanghai Plan. It has hosted the National Games of China on three occasions, in 1935, 1948, and 1983. The stadium holds 20,000 spectators. On October 17, 2010 the stadium hosted the first ever AFL match in China between the Melbourne Demons and the Brisbane Lions.[1]

References

  1. ^ Demons, Lions in China clash

External links

  • Official website
  • Article on stadium renovation in 2006


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