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The following is a list of stadiums in Bangkok, Thailand. They are ordered by their seating capacity, that is the maximum number of spectators that the stadium can accommodate in seated areas. The list includes stadiums in the Bangkok Metropolitan Region including the provinces of Nakhon Pathom, Pathum Thani, Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan, and Samut Sakhon.

Bangkok is home to a number of stadiums and sport clubs. The largest stadia are typically for football clubs however there are also a number of venues for other sports which have been constructed for events such as the 1998 Asian Games and 2012 FIFA Futsal World Cup.

Stadium Seating capacity Sport Home team(s)
Rajamangala Stadium 49,749 [1] Football, Athletics Thailand national football team
Chulalongkorn University Stadium 25,000 [2] Football Chamchuri United F.C.
Thai Army Sports Stadium 20,000 [3] Football Army United F.C.

Royal Thai Army F.C,

Thammasat Stadium # 20,000 [4] Football Thammasat F.C.
Thupatemi Stadium # 20,000 Football Air Force Central F.C.
Suphachalasai Stadium ( National Stadium complex) 19,793 [5] Football Thailand national football team
Leo Stadium # 16,014 Football Bangkok Glass F.C.
Indoor Stadium Huamark 15,000 Boxing, Basketball, Futsal, Volleyball
SCG Stadium (Thunderdome Stadium) # 15,000 Football Muangthong United F.C.
Impact, Muang Thong Thani # 12,000 Tennis, Weightlifting, Gymnastics, Boxing
PAT Stadium 12,308 Football Thai Port F.C.
Bangkok Arena 12,000 Futsal, Basketball, Volleyball
Thai-Japanese Stadium 10,320 Football Bangkok United F.C.
Lumpinee Boxing Stadium 9,500 Muay Thai
72nd Anniversary Stadium (Min Buri) 8,500 Football Thai Honda Ladkrabang F.C.
72nd Anniversary Stadium (Bang Mod) 8,000 Football Bangkok F.C.
Rajadamnern Stadium 7,500 Muay Thai
Thephasadin Stadium (National Stadium complex) 6,378 Hockey, Football Bangkok Christian College F.C.
Chanchai Acadium 6,000 Boxing, Basketball, Futsal, Volleyball
Nimibutr Stadium (National Stadium complex) 5,600 Handball, Basketball, Futsal, Boxing
Stadium 29 5,000 Basketball Mono Vampire
Mahanakorn UNI Stadium 5,000 Football
Bangkok University Stadium # 5,000 Football Bangkok University Deffo F.C.
TOT Stadium Chaeng Watthana 5,000 Football Kasetsart F.C.
Nong Chok Sport Stadium 5,000 Football
Boonyajinda Stadium 5,000 Football Police Tero F.C.
Kasikorn Bank Stadium 5,000 Football Thai Farmers Bank F.C. (defunct)
Insee Chantarasatit Stadium 4,000 Football Kasetsart University F.C.
King Mongkut's Institute of Technology Ladkrabang Stadium 3,500 Football
Osotsapa Stadium 3,000 Football Osotsapa FC
Lad Krabang 54 Stadium # 2,000 Football Customs United F.C.

Samut Prakan F.C.

Bangkok Bank Ground 2,000 Football Bangkok Bank F.C. (defunct)
Yasoob Football Field 2,500 Football
Bangkokthonburi University Stadium 1,500 Football
RBAC University Stadium 1,000 Football RBAC F.C.
Asian Institute of Technology Ground Cricket Thailand national cricket team
Thailand Cricket Ground Cricket Thailand national cricket team
Prem Tinsulanonda International School Ground Cricket Thailand national cricket team
Royal Bangkok Sports Club Golf, Polo
Rangsit Stadium # N/A Muay Thai
Siam Boxing Stadium # 1,000 [6] Muay Thai

# In the Bangkok Metropolitan Region, not the city proper

See also


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