|Full name||Shahid Shiroudi Stadium|
|Former names||Amjadiyeh Stadium (1939-1979)|
|Owner||Ministry of Sport and Youth (Iran)|
|Iran national football team (1942-1971)|
Shahin F.C. (1942-1966)
Taj SC (1945-1971)
Persepolis F.C. (1963-1971)
The Shahid Shiroudi Stadium (Persian: ? ? ) formerly known as Amjadiyeh Stadium is a sports stadium in Tehran, Iran, currently used only for athletic competitions. Until 2009 it was used mostly for football matches.
In September 2015 it was announced the stadium and the complex would undergo a massive renovation.
The stadium is one of the oldest sports stadiums in Iran. It was built in 1942 and was located in North of Tehran at the time of opening, while it is now in center of Tehran. The stadium has played host to many sporting, cultural, and national events as well as political meetings. Ever since Iran national football team was formed, they played their home matches in Amjadieh Stadium before Aryamehr Stadium was constructed. It was also home to Taj S.C. (Esteghlal F.C.) and Persepolis F.C. before Azadi Stadium was built. It was also home to Shahin F.C. before and after the Iranian Revolution.
It has also hosted the 1968 AFC Asian Cup finals. The Asian Club Championship was also held in Amjadieh Stadium in 1970. Additionally, Amjadieh stadium along with Aryamehr Stadium and Apadana Stadium (under the name of Persepolis stadium) was the host of preliminary round of the football matches at the 1974 Asian Games. The stadium has also been the venue for the AFC Youth Championship 2000.