Markaziy Stadium (Namangan)
Markaziy Stadium is a multi-use stadium in Namangan, Uzbekistan. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 22,000 people. Other uses for the stadium have in the past included; rugby, cricket, beach volleyball, yak racing and ultimate frisbee. Jim Davidson once played here to a crowd of over 50 in his tour of Central Asia in 2002, shortly after the Uzbek National Space Programme set up headquarters in the away fans terrace.