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Incheon Asiad Main Stadium 인천아시아드주경기장

  • +82-32-458-2014
806, Bongsu-daero, Seo-gu, Incheon (인천광역시 서구 봉수대로 806 (연희동))

Incheon Asiad Main Stadium is the main stadium for the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon. Construction began in June 2011 and the stadium opened on June 1, 2014. Built on a 631,975㎡ lot, the five-story stadium has a total floor area of 113,620㎡ and 61,818 spectator seats (capacity to be reduced by 32,514 seats after the 2014 Asian Games).

The stadium has an oval running track enclosing a regulation-size soccer field. Outside, there's a tennis court, a subsidiary stadium, and the 1,415.13㎡ Yeonhui Cricket Ground (연희크리켓경기장).

Utilization information

・Maximum Occupancy : 61,818 seats (includes 32,514 temporary seats)

・Information : • 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330
(Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
• For more info: +82-32-458-2014

・Parking Facilities : Total of 1,977 parking spaces
-General parking: 1,799 spaces
-Disabled parking: 65 spaces
-Light-weight cars: 39 spaces
-Large cars: 74 spaces

・Structure Size : Total floor area: 113,620㎡ (B1F to 4F)

Main Facilities

Main Stadium (113,426.35㎡)
- 1F: Machine room, air handling unit, control center, operation management room, media center, etc.
- 2F: Public facilities, snack bar (temporary), clinic, entrance deck, etc.
- 3F: Restaurant, bar, members' lounge, air handdling unit,etc.
- 4F: Media lounge, VIP room, lobby, broadcast room, etc.
- 5F: Main control room, snack bar (temporary), restrooms, etc.

Subsidiary Facilities

Subsidiary Stadium (193.5㎡)
- B1: Shower room, office, restrooms, electrical room, machinery room, storage room, etc.

Cricket Field (1,415,13㎡)
- 1F: Associate executive room, technical committee room, information, IT room, conference room, etc.
- 2F: Office for game protocols, VIP room, information desk, tournament headquarter, etc.

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Geomam Station (Airport Railroad Line), Exit 1.
- Walk straight ahead for 78m and take Bus 42-1 (to downtown).
- Get off at Asian Game Main Stadium Bus Stop. (10 bus stops away)

※ Other buses: 1, 7, 13, 17, 17-1, 70, 77, 700, 700-1, or 903

806, Bongsu-daero, Seo-gu, Incheon


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