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Beijing Workers Stadium: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Beijing Workers Stadium was built in 1959 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the People's Republic of China and to serve as China's new national stadium, hosting the country's National Games.

Beijing Workers Stadium

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Beijing Workers Stadium was built in 1959 to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the People's Republic of China and to serve as China's new national stadium, hosting the country's National Games. In 1986, renovation work was extensively done on the stadium over a three-year period. The 1990 Asian Games were subsequently hosted in the stadium.

In May of this year, they announced they will be moving to a brand new stadium in 2020. In 1995, Workers Stadium became the home of Beijing Guoan FC. The club temporarily moved away to Fentai Stadium in 2005, but returned again in 2009. This year, the club announced that they will be moving to a brand new stadium in 2020.

The Beijing Workers Stadium hosted a number of games during the 2008 Olympic football tournament, including a semi-final in both the men's and women's tournaments. Before the tournament, the stadium had received an extensive refurbishment.

How to get to Beijing Workers Stadium

The Beijing Workers Stadium is located east of central Beijing in the Sanlitun area. It is roughly 6 kilometres from Tiananmen Square. The stadium is located just north of Beijing's central business district, within a 15 to 30-minute walk. It is also located just south-west of the Sanlitun Village nightlife area, within a 10 to 15-minute walk.

The second option is Dongdaqiao south of the stadium, which is on the east-west line 6 that runs just north of the Forbidden City. The third option is Tuanjiehu station east of the stadium, which is on the east-west line 10 that circles central Beijing.

Address: Workers? Stadium N Rd, Chaoyang Qu, China, 100027

Relevant Internet links

Beijing Sinobo Guoan FC is the official website of Bejing Sinobo Guoan FC. Beijing tourism information can be found at Visitbeijing.com.cn. Beijing subway information can be found at Bjsubway.com.

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