National Heroes Stadium
Heroes National Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Lusaka, Lusaka Province, Zambia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of the Zambia national football team. The stadium holds 60,000 spectators. It opened in 2014. The name of the stadium refers to the 1993 Zambia national football team air disaster which took the lives of most of its national football team.
|Former names||Gabon Disaster Heroes National Stadium|
|Location||Lusaka, Lusaka Province, Zambia|
|Broke ground||10 January 2011|
|Construction cost||US$94 million|
|Main contractors||Shanghai Construction Company|
|Zambia national football team|
Upon completion of construction in 2013, it was originally named the Gabon Disaster Heroes National Stadium because of this, but the ruling Patriotic Front government was pressured to change the name by the populace.
The stadium's exact-location is in Lusaka, Lusaka Province (Zambia's Capital City), just by its border with Chibombo District, Central Province on the Great North Road, according to Zambia's Provincial-Border drawings. 
The Heroes National Stadium is located right next to where the refurbished Independence Stadium and the Heroes Acres Memorial where the players who died in the Gabon air disaster in 1993 are buried.
- "Quality sports Infrastructure will make Zambia win Africa Cup-RB" (Lusaka Times, 10-1-2011)
- "Zambia complete construction of Heroes National Stadium" (BBC, 12-1-2014)
- http://tripsuccor.com/zambia/places/heroes-national-stadium-stadium-chibombo-central[dead link]