Daegu Stadium is a sports stadium located in Daeheung-dong, Suseong-gu in Daegu City. Construction of the stadium began on July 28, 1997 and was completed in May 20, 2001. Its roof is designed to resemble a globe, incorporating the beautiful curves found in the roofs of traditional Korean houses.
The stadium (70,140 seats) is suitable for hosting large-scale international sports games and 74% of the seats are protected by a Teflon-coated overhang. The 11.7-acre stadium has three stories below ground and three aboveground and is built on 130 acres of land just 9km southeast of the city’s downtown area.
Stadium facilities include a gymnasium, baseball field, indoor ice rink, horse-riding track, tennis court, fitness center, shooting range, archery range, skateboarding park, and indoor jogging course. There are smaller buildings for taekwondo, judo, and rock climbing.
The Daegu Stadium has hosted a number of matches of the 2002 FIFA World Cup; Senegal vs. Denmark (June 6), Slovenia vs. South Africa (June 8), Korea vs. U.S.A. (June 10) and Korea vs. Turkey (June 29).
180, Universiad-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu[Google Map]
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Grand Park Station (Daegu Subway Line 2), Exit 5.
Take Bus 849-1 or 939 to Daegu Stadium
Sub stadium, subsidary buildings, heliport, parking area, snack bar corner, open-air concert hall, in-line skating rink, etc.
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