Patriot Stadium (Indonesia)

Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium (Indonesian: Stadion Patriot Candrabhaga) is a multi-purpose stadium located in Bekasi, West Java, Indonesia. It is currently used mostly for association football matches. The stadium holds 30,000 people.

Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium
Patriot Stadium Bekasi (cropped).jpg
The stadium from above
Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium is located in Bekasi
Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium
Patriot Candrabhaga Stadium
Location in Bekasi
Former namesBekasi Stadium
LocationBekasi, West Java
Coordinates6°14′18″S 106°59′31″E / 6.238358°S 106.991897°E / -6.238358; 106.991897Coordinates: 6°14′18″S 106°59′31″E / 6.238358°S 106.991897°E / -6.238358; 106.991897
Public transit
OwnerGovernment of Bekasi
OperatorGovernment of Bekasi
Capacity30,000
Construction
Built1980 (as Bekasi Stadium)
Opened1982
Renovated2012 (reopened on 2014)
Closed2011
Tenants
Persipasi Bekasi (2014–present) Persija Jakarta

Patriot Stadium first built as Bekasi Stadium in 1980 with a capacity of only 5,000-10,000 spectators. Since 2011, the stadium is be upgraded into an international stadium. This international standard construction project costs amounted to 450 billion rupiah. Source of funding construction of the stadium itself comes from the Government of Bekasi gradually.

This roof stadium grandstand was made of zincalume metal and had a VIP grandstand which can accommodate up to 9,000 spectators and a parking deck which can accommodate thousands of cars and motorcycles. The inauguration ceremony of the stadium expansion was held in conjunction with the 17th anniversary of Bekasi on 10 March 2014.

The stadium currently used by Persipasi Bekasi. For the 2017 Liga 1, Bhayangkara F.C.[1] and Persija Jakarta[2] used this stadium for their home matches.

The stadium was used for the men's football tournament of the 2018 Asian Games, the 2018 AFC U-19 Championship, and upcoming 2021 FIFA U-20 World Cup.

International matches hostedEdit

Date Competition Team Res Team Crowd
2 Sep 2017 International Friendly   Indonesia 0–0   Fiji 17,518
4 Sep 2017 International Friendly   Indonesia 3–1   Cambodia N/A
25 Nov 2017 International Friendly   Indonesia 2–1   Guyana 7,491

Tournament resultsEdit

2018 Asian Games Men's FootballEdit

Date Time (UTC+07) Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
10 August 2018 16:00   Laos 1–3   Hong Kong Group A N/A
10 August 2018 19:00   Palestine 0–0   Chinese Taipei Group A N/A
12 August 2018 16:00   Palestine 2–1   Laos Group A N/A
12 August 2018 19:00   Chinese Taipei 0–4   Indonesia Group A N/A
15 August 2018 16:00   Hong Kong 4–0   Chinese Taipei Group A N/A
15 August 2018 19:00   Indonesia 1–2   Palestine Group A N/A
17 August 2018 16:00   Hong Kong 1–1   Palestine Group A N/A
17 August 2018 19:00   Laos 0–3   Indonesia Group A N/A
19 August 2018 16:00   Pakistan 2–1     Nepal Group D N/A
19 August 2018 19:00   Bangladesh 1–0   Qatar Group B N/A
20 August 2018 16:00   Iran 0–2   Myanmar Group F N/A
20 August 2018 19:00   Indonesia 3–1   Hong Kong Group A N/A
23 August 2018 16:00   Palestine 0–1   Syria Round of 16 N/A
23 August 2018 19:30   Vietnam 1–0   Bahrain Round of 16 N/A
24 August 2018 16:00   China PR 3–4   Saudi Arabia Round of 16 N/A
24 August 2018 19:00   Malaysia 0–1   Japan Round of 16 N/A
27 August 2018 16:00   Uzbekistan 3–4 (a.e.t.)   South Korea Quarter-finals N/A
27 August 2018 19:30   Syria 0–1   Vietnam Quarter-finals N/A

2018 AFC U-19 ChampionshipEdit

Date Time (UTC+07) Team #1 Res. Team #2 Round Attendance
19 October 2018 16:00   Vietnam 1–2   Jordan Group Stage 95
19 October 2018 19:00   South Korea 1–1   Australia Group Stage 151
20 October 2018 16:00   Saudi Arabia 2–1   Malaysia Group Stage 181
20 October 2018 19:00   Tajikistan 2–1   China PR Group Stage 153
22 October 2018 16:00   Australia 2–1   Vietnam Group Stage 44
22 October 2018 19:00   Jordan 1–3   South Korea Group Stage 79
23 October 2018 16:00   China PR 0–1   Saudi Arabia Group Stage 164
23 October 2018 19:00   Malaysia 2–2   Tajikistan Group Stage 109
25 October 2018 16:00   Thailand 2–1   North Korea Group Stage 70
25 October 2018 19:00   Vietnam 1–3   South Korea Group Stage 141
26 October 2018 19:00   Saudi Arabia 3–1   Tajikistan Group Stage 170
29 October 2018 16:00   South Korea 1–0   Tajikistan Quarter-finals 58
29 October 2018 19:30   Saudi Arabia 3–1   Australia Quarter-finals 110

Tournaments hostedEdit

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Bhayangkara FC Pindah Markas Ke Patriot". jawapos.net. 14 February 2017. Archived from the original on 14 February 2017. Retrieved 14 February 2017.
  2. ^ "Nah! Sudah Deal, Ini Kandang Persija untuk Musim 2017". jpnn.com. Retrieved 15 March 2017.