The National Stadium
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Supachalasai Stadium The National Stadium, the main stadium. A synthetic track For athletics competition The major sporting events.
One side of the roof The amphitheater surrounding Currently there are a total audience capacity of 19,793 seats, formerly known. stadium athletics On May 4, 2484 the Department of Education to replace your current name. To commemorate In. The. Luang Suphachalasai (RN), the first Director of the Department of Physical Education.
Thephassadin Stadium An outdoor stadium Running track for athletics competition. Competition and practicing sports in general, the total capacity of 6,378 seats, built in 2508, formerly known as a field Hockey Stadium hockey tournament. In the 5th Asian Games later in the year 2526 the Department of Education switched to current name.
Jindarak Stadium Present a demonstration and training center of beach sports. In the past the outdoor stadium For use in the secondary and practicing sports in general. Formerly Stadium Bodhi tree Built after the Pacific War in 2526 the Department of Education switched to current name. To commemorate Former Director General of the Department of Physical Education
Visutdrarom Swimming pool A competition size Swimming pool. The tower and equipment. Includes two side stands Competition and practicing water sports.
Nimibutr Building The indoor stadium For indoor sports training and competition. Built in 2506 for the Amateur Boxing Association of Thailand.
Chantanayingyong Building The indoor stadium For indoor sports training and competition. As well as training exercises Built in 2508 for the 5th Asian Games athletics.
The National Stadium Map
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