¿Quieres reaccionar a este mensaje? Regístrate en el foro con unos pocos clics o inicia sesión para continuar.

Estadio Azadi, Iran

Ir abajo

pru Estadio Azadi, Iran

Mensaje por Raziel el Miér Jul 09, 2008 3:37 am

Azadi Stadium

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Former namesLocationCoordinatesBuiltOpenedRenovatedOwnerSurfaceArchitectCapacityField dimensionsTenants
Azadi Stadium
Estadio Azadi, Iran 300px-Azadistadium_tehran_iran
Aryamehr Stadium
Tehran, Iran
Estadio Azadi, Iran 18px-Erioll_world.svg35°43′27.99″N 51°16′31.98″E / 35.7244417, 51.27555
Iran Physical Education Organization
Abdolaziz Farmanfarmaian
100 x 60 m
Persepolis F.C.
Esteghlal F.C.
Iran national football team
1974 Asian Games
The Azadi Stadium (Persian: ورزشگاه آزادی) is Iran's national and largest stadium. The Azadi stadium officially has a capacity of 90,000 people [1] [2] and was built to host the 1974 Asian Games.
The stadium is part of the much larger Azadi Sports Complex, and is
surrounded by a rowing river, football training pitches, weightlifting
complex, swimming facilities and indoor volleyball and futsal courts,
among many other amenities.
Azadi Stadium is where most of Iran's national games, and where Persepolis F.C.'s and Esteghlal F.C.'s Iran Pro League matches are played.
In 2002,
the lower level of the stadium had seats installed, the pitch was
replanted along with the installation of an underground heating system.
Stadium management also plans to later install seats in the upper level
of the stadium. The renovations were completed in 2003,
reducing the capacity of the stadium to 100,000 (Originally 110,000
capacity) as the lower level of the stadium was refurnished with 35,000
seats. Despite its reduced capacity, Azadi Stadium has been filled over
capacity at times such as the Iran-Japan World Cup 2006 qualification match in March 2005. In 2004
a large jumbotron television was added, replacing the original
scoreboard. This giant screen with a total area of about 300 square
meters and screen area of 104 square meters (20m by 7.5m) is one of the
biggest in the world.
The stadium was once called the Aryamehr Stadium in honor of the former Shah of Iran but then changed to Azadi Stadium after the Iranian Revolution.
The stadium is located in the West of Tehran, and is easily accessible
for most people living in the city. Opposing teams often find it
difficult to play their best game, when the stadium is full, as the
noise level becomes very high.

Estadio Azadi, Iran Azadi
Estadio Azadi, Iran 68955350_18f09eb9aa
Estadio Azadi, Iran Tehran_azadi1Estadio Azadi, Iran Tehran_azadi2
Estadio Azadi, Iran Azadi-stadium-Tehran
Estadio Azadi, Iran 273
Estadio Azadi, Iran _41004576_iranazadi270Estadio Azadi, Iran Azadistadium4Estadio Azadi, Iran Zaghart


Estadio Azadi, Iran Firmagantz-1
El mundo que conocías no existe
esta lleno de inmundicia y de barbarie.
¿Que harías por sobrevivir?

En la arena enfrentando al mundo

Masculino Sagitario Gato
Posts : 12482
Nivel de Crack Nivel de Crack : 12050
Localización : Santiago de León de Caracas
Caracas FC Leones Cocodrilos Caracas FS Mágicos del Caracas

Volver arriba Ir abajo

Volver arriba

Permisos de este foro:
No puedes responder a temas en este foro.