Mong Kok Stadium Hong Kong

Mong Kok Stadium (旺角大球場)

Mong Kok Stadium.

Mong Kok Stadium in Hong Kong had a major overhaul which began in 2009 and ended in 2011. On 15 November 2011, the stadium was officially re-opened with a game between the Russian National Youth Team and the Hong Kong Youth Representative Team.

The stadium hosts HK Premier League ties, domestic cup games and has also held World Cup qualifiers and continental cup competitions like the AFC Cup and AFC Champions League group matches.

When the stadium is sold out, a red flag is raised to indicate that there are no more tickets.

Capacity

The stadium has a capacity of 6,600.

Capacity: 6,600 seats

Access - Getting There

Address: 37 Flower Market Road, Mong Kok, Hong Kong

How to Get There: The closest MTR Station is Prince Edward and fans can use the Exits A + B1. Fans will walk through the famous Mong Kok flower markets which are directly located next to the stadium.

An alternative is the Mong Kok East KCR station where fans can use the D Exit. Each station is about a 5 to 10 minute walk to the stadium.

Mong Kok Stadium (旺角大球場).

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