Andi Mattalata Stadium

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Andi Mattalatta Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium holds 15,000 people and is the home stadium of PSM Makassar. This stadium is the center of the event National Sports Week the 4th in 1957. The stadium was inaugurated for use on July 6, 1957 or two months before the opening of National Sports Week the 4th in 1957 in Makassar.

Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Stadion Mattoanging-Andi Matalatta.jpg
Andi Mattalatta Stadium is located in Makassar
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Location in Makassar
Andi Mattalatta Stadium is located in Sulawesi
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Location in Sulawesi
Andi Mattalatta Stadium is located in Indonesia
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Andi Mattalatta Stadium
Location in Indonesia
LocationMakassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia
Coordinates5°09′30.4″S 119°24′55.7″E / 5.158444°S 119.415472°E / -5.158444; 119.415472Coordinates: 5°09′30.4″S 119°24′55.7″E / 5.158444°S 119.415472°E / -5.158444; 119.415472
OwnerGovernment of Makassar City
OperatorPT. PSM
Capacity15,000
Construction
Built1950
Opened6 July 1957; 63 years ago (1957-07-06)
Renovated2020–2022
Tenants
PSM Makassar

Historically, this stadium is located on or very near to the Japanese POW camp during World War II.

On 21 October 2020, This stadium starting to enter renovated. The first stage is the demolition of the building structure. The process of dismantling the building structure was symbolically marked by the Governor of South Sulawesi, Nurdin Abdullah, using an excavator type heavy equipment vehicle in front of the VIP North entrance. The plan is that the process of renovating the Andi Mattalatta Stadium will take until early 2022. This stadium will later be renovated into an international standard stadium.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Stadion Andi Mattalatta, Markas PSM Makassar di Liga 1 Mulai Direnovasi". INDOSPORT.COM (in Indonesian). 21 October 2020. Retrieved 21 October 2020.

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