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Thonburi University Stadium (Thai : สนามมหาวิทยาลัยธนบุรี) is a multi-purpose stadium in Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Rajpracha F.C.. The stadium holds 1,500 people.
Thai, Central Thai or Ayutthaya or Siamese, is the sole official and national language of Thailand and the first language of the Central Thai people and vast majority of Thai of Chinese origin. It is a member of the Tai group of the Kra–Dai language family. Over half of Thai vocabulary is derived from or borrowed from Pali, Sanskrit, Mon and Old Khmer. It is a tonal and analytic language.
Multi-purpose stadiums are a type of stadium designed to be easily used by multiple types of events. While any stadium could potentially host more than one type of sport or event, this concept usually refers to a specific design philosophy that stresses multifunctionality over specificity. It is used most commonly in Canada and the United States, where the two most popular outdoor team sports – football and baseball – require radically different facilities. Football uses a rectangular field, while baseball is played on a diamond and large outfield. This requires a particular design to accommodate both, usually an oval. While building stadiums in this way means that sports teams and governments can share costs, it also imposes some challenges.
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The National Stadium of Thailand is a sports complex located in Pathum Wan District, Bangkok. Founded in 1937 with the construction of Supachalasai Stadium, its main venue, the complex has since expanded and now consists of multiple stadia and sporting facilities.
The Thai-Japanese Stadium, also called Thai-Japanese Bangkok Youth Center (Thai: ศูนย์เยาวชนกรุงเทพมหานคร is a multi-purpose stadium in Din Daeng, Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of 1999 ASEAN University Games and Bangkok United of the Thai Premier League. The stadium holds 6,600 spectators
The Rajamangala National Stadium is the national stadium of Thailand and the home stadium for the Thailand national football team. It is part of the Hua Mak Sports Complex, and is located in Hua Mak Subdistrict, Bang Kapi, Bangkok. It officially opened in 1998.
PAT Stadium is a stadium in the Khlong Toei District of central Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used for football matches and is the home stadium of Port Football Club. The stadium holds approximately 12,000 spectators. PAT Stadium has the motto "This is Khlong Toei - this is the away team's hell".
Thupatemi Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Pathum Thani, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Air Force Central Football Club. The stadium holds 25,000 people. The stadium was owned by Royal Thai Air Force.
The Royal Thai Army Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium on Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in the Phaya Thai of north Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Army United F.C. The stadium holds 20,000 and has a single stand with covered seating on one side and terracing on three sides. An athletics track surrounds the pitch. It is often used by Thai club sides in international football competitions and was used by Bangkok University FC in the 2007 AFC Champions League and Osotsapa FC in the 2007 AFC Cup. Additionally, it has been used for matches involving national sides in international tournaments hosted by Thailand where the hosts are not involved.
The Chonburi Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Chonburi Province, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Chonburi Football Club. The stadium holds 8,680 people.
The Chulalongkorn University Stadium, formerly Charusathian Stadium, is a multi-purpose stadium owned by Chulalongkorn University in Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand. It is on Chulalongkorn Soi 9 in Pathumwan in the centre of Bangkok and holds 20,000. It is currently used mostly for football matches and to host intra- and inter-university sports competitions the student body participates in. The stadium is the current home of Chamchuri United F.C. of the Thai League 4, and previously served as the home stadium for the now defunct BBCU F.C..
Nong Chok Sport Stadium is a stadium in Nong Chok, Bangkok, Thailand. It is situated in Nong Chok, the biggest and the least populated district of Bangkok. It is currently used mostly for the home games of BEC Tero Sasana FC in 2006 to 2009. The stadium holds 5,000 people. It located inside Nong Chok National Football Center.
72nd Anniversary Min Buri Stadium or Chalerm Phrakiat Min Buri Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Min Buri, Bangkok, Thailand. The stadium built for celebration of the 72nd Birthday Anniversary of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, hence the name of the venue. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Thai Honda. The stadium holds 10,000 people and consists of two large single-tier stands on each side of the pitch. There is no accommodation at either end. Only one of the stands has a cover: a cantilever roof that resembles a giant spoiler from a Formula One car. This stand has red seats fitted to the area underneath the roof. The rest of the stadium is unseated.
Princess Sirindhorn Stadium is a sports stadium in Si Racha, Chonburi Province, Thailand. The name of the stadium come from the name of Princess Sirindhorn, Princess Royal of Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the formerly home stadium of Sriracha FC and formerly of Chonburi FC. The stadium holds 8,000 people. The Stadium is located near the city centre, on the ground of the Assumption College Sriracha. The stadium has a running track, as do most of the stadiums in Thailand. It is fitted with floodlights, enabling evening matches to be played.
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 1's side, Muangthong United. SCG Stadium was the first operate football stadium in Thailand.
Thephasadin Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium within the grounds of Thailand's National Stadium in Bangkok's Pathum Wan District. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 6,378 spectators.
TOT Stadium Chaeng Watthana is a football stadium in Lak Si, Bangkok, Thailand. It is used for football matches at several competitions and levels and was the home stadium of TOT Sport Club, which was disvolved in 2016. The stadium holds 5,000 spectators.
Indoor Stadium Huamark is an indoor sporting arena, located in Bangkok, Thailand. The original capacity of the arena is 15,000 spectators and it was built in 1966 for the 5th Asian Games. After renovation for 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup, the capacity is reduced to 6,000 seats and expandable to 8,000 seats.
Lad Krabang 54 Stadium or Customs Department Stadium หรือ is a football stadium in Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, Thailand. It used as the home ground of Customs United F.C. and Samut Prakan F.C.. The stadium has a total capacity of 2,000. The main stand has a capacity of 1,500 and the away stand has a capacity of 500. The stadium is referred as Forza stadium by the fans of both teams.
Khao Plong Stadium or Chai Nat Provincial Stadium is a stadium in Chai Nat Province, Thailand, It is currently used for football matches and is the home stadium of Chainat Hornbill of the Thai League 1. The stadium have the capacity to holds 5,574 spectators in 2011, but with expansion the stadium now can hold up to 12,000 spectators.
Boonyachinda Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in the Royal Thai Police Sport Club, Lak Si District, Bangkok, Thailand. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Police Tero. The stadium holds 3,550 people.
Samut Prakarn SAT Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, Thailand. It is mostly used for football matches and currently the home stadium of Samut Prakan F.C., competing in the Thai League 4. The stadium holds the capacity of 5,100 spectators, recorded in 2017.
Institute of Physical Education Chonburi Campus Stadium or IPE Chonburi Stadium is a sports stadium located on the Institute of Physical Education Chonburi Campus in Mueang Chonburi District, Chonburi Province, Thailand. The stadium holds 11,000 people. It is currently used mostly for football matches; it is the former home stadium of Pattaya United F.C. and Chonburi F.C. It is fitted with floodlights, enabling evening matches to be played. The stadium also has a running track, as do most stadiums in Thailand.