Tianjin Locomotive Stadium

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Tianjin Locomotive Stadium (Simplified Chinese: 天津火车头体育场) is a multi-use stadium in Tianjin, China. It is currently used mostly for football matches. This stadium's capacity is 12,000 people. [1]

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Coordinates: 39°10′09″N117°12′16″E / 39.169278°N 117.204375°E / 39.169278; 117.204375