Adana 5 Ocak Stadium

The Adana 5 Ocak Fatih Terim Stadium (Turkish: Adana 5 Ocak Stadı) was a multi-purpose stadium in Adana, Turkey. It was opened in 1938, together with the Menderes Sports Hall and Gençlik Stadium as a sports complex, at the new neighborhood of Reşatbey. The stadium holds 16,095, with a large East and West stands and much smaller North and South stands.[2] It abided UEFA standards for hosting Europa League games and TFF standards for hosting Super Lig games. The stadium was demolished in late 2021.

5 Ocak Fatih Terim Stadyumu
Gençlik Stadı.jpg
Former namesAdana Şehir Stadı
LocationReşatbey, Seyhan, Adana, Turkey
OwnerRepublic of Turkey
OperatorAdana Youth and Sports Directorate
Adana Demirspor (1940–2021)
Adanaspor (1954–2021)

The stadium was used mostly for football matches, in which it used to be the home ground of Adana Demirspor and Adanaspor until the inauguration of New Adana Stadium in 2021. It hosted all the Adana derby games from 1956 to 2021.[3]National football team of Turkey also played games at this stadium. It was also the venue for the celebrations of national days and public concerts.

International events hostedEdit

2015 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship qualification

From April 11 to 16, three of the six 2015 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship qualification - Elite round Group 1 games will be played in the stadium.



  1. ^ NTV: Adana 5 Ocak Stadi
  2. ^ a b TFF: Adana 5 Ocak Stadi
  3. ^ [1] Altınşehir Adana, accessed 27 January 2020

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Coordinates: 36°59′56″N 35°19′47″E / 36.99889°N 35.32972°E / 36.99889; 35.32972