Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium

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Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium
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Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium
Full nameTianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium
Location Tianjin, China
Capacity 22,320
Construction
Broke ground2010
Opened2012
Tenants
Tianjin Quanjian F.C. (2012-2015) Tianjin TEDA F.C. (2017)

Tianjin Tuanbo Football Stadium is a professional football stadium in Tianjin, China. The stadium holds 22,320 spectators and opened in 2012. [1]

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