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Mohammed Bin Zayed Stadium

Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium
Al Jazira Stadium
Full name Al Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium
Location Abu Dhabi
United Arab Emirates
Owner Al Jazira
Operator Al Jazira
Capacity 15,000 (1980–2006)
24,000 (2006–2010)

42,056 (2010–)
Surface Grass
Broke ground 1979
Opened 1980
Renovated 2006–2009
Al Jazira

Al Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium (Arabic: ستاد محمد بن زايد‎) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. It is currently used mostly for football and cricket matches and is the home ground of Al Jazira Club. It name after General Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan.

Capacity change

The stadiums original capacity was 15,000 but it is currently going through an expansion stage which will increase the stadiums capacity to an all seater ultra-modern air conditioned sporting arena, and the expansion program also includes two residential towers to be built on the stadium. Half of the project was completed by December 2006 and hosted the 18th gulf cup, a tournament later won by the hosts UAE, where the stadium held 24,000 spectators, and it is currently undergoing the final stages of the expansion.


External links

  • Official Site – Al Jazira Club
  • Image of the Stadium
  • AFL Architects
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