Thephasadin Stadium

Bangkok, Thailand

Thephasadin Stadium

Thephasadin Stadium (Thai: สนามเทพหัสดิน) 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.

Thephasadin Stadium was constructed in 1965 for the use in 1966 Asian Games as the Hockey venue, hence its original name, Hockey Field. It was renamed in 1983 in memorial of Sanan Thephasadin na Ayutthaya, considered the Father of Thai Football. With its capacity of 6,378 seats, it was retired from being the hockey stadium.

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