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Cẩm Phả Stadium

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Cẩm Phả Stadium

Cẩm Phả Stadium
Location Bái Tử Long Street, Cẩm Trung Ward, Cẩm Phả, Quảng Ninh Province
Owner Quảng Ninh Province
Capacity 15,000
Surface Grass
Renovated 2010-2011
Than Quảng Ninh F.C.

Cẩm Phả Stadium (Vietnamese: Sân vận động Cẩm Phả) is a multi-use stadium located in Cẩm Phả, Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam. The stadium holds 15,000 people and mostly used for football matches. It is the best quality stadium in Quảng Ninh Province and currently home stadium of Than Quảng Ninh F.C..


The stadium was renovated and upgraded in 2010 which cost 37 billion Vietnamese Dong(around 1.7 million US Dollar). This include renovating and upgrading the A,B,C,D stands, the press and TV broadcast room at B stand. The stadium was also installed with new lighting system that meet national standard , electronic score board, outdoor track, and other improvements on the stadium campus and parking lot.[1]

The stadium's lighting system was upgraded in 2014 after Than Quảng Ninh F.C. was banned by VPF( Vietnam Professional Football Joint Stock Company) to play their home match at this stadium because the stadium's lighting system does't meet the standard requirement, VPF later withdrew the decision as Quảng Ninh Province committed to upgrade the lighting system after 2014 Lunar New Year.[2]


  1. ^ "Cải tạo, nâng cấp Sân vận động trung tâm thị xã Cẩm Phả". 
  2. ^ "Than Quảng Ninh tiếp tục được sử dụng sân Cẩm Phả". 

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