Rajamangala National Stadium Thailand

Rajamangala National Stadium - Bangkok

Thai fans, Rajamangala Stadium, July 12.

Rajamangala National Stadium is Thailand's national stadium and is located in the Thai capital, Bangkok.

The multi-purpose stadium was officially opened on 6 December 1998 in time for the Asian Games. The stadium has hosted the 2007 AFC Asian Cup and several editions of the AFF Championship (2000, 2008, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2018).

Capacity: 49,722 seats

The ground's record attendance was 65,000 for the Thailand vs Manchester United friendly in 2001. It is the largest stadium in Thailand and has also hosted various big-name concerts by such names as Coldplay, Lady Gaga, and One Direction.

Manchester United and Liverpool will play a friendly here on July 12, 2022.

National Sports Museum

The National Sports Museum of Thailand is based in Rajamangala National Stadium. On display are exhibits relating to Thai athletes in Olympic sports, Thai boxing, snooker and motorsports. Another section has information and exhibits on the Thai Royal family and their promotion and participation in sport in Thailand. Of interest are the boats King Rama IX sailed in the 1967 South East Asian Games.

Rajamangala National Stadium Thailand.

Access - Getting There

24 Soi Ramkhamhaeng, Hua Mak Sports Complex, Bangkok, Thailand, 10240

How to Get There:
There are no direct connections from Central Bangkok to Rajamangala Stadium so fans should make their way to the stadium earlier.

Alternatively, fans can take the train to Ramkhamhaeng and walk along to Kong Tan Pier. From here, take the ferry to Ramkhamheng U and then walk to Rajamangala Stadium.

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