Wuhan Stadium
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Wuhan Stadium
Wuhan Sports Center
LocationWuhan, China
Capacity54,000 (Stadium) 13,000 (Arena)
Wuhan Zall (formerly)

The Wuhan Sports Centre Stadium (Chinese: ) or Zhuankou Stadium (Chinese: ) is sports complex with a multi-use stadium in Wuhan, China. Completed in 2002, it has an all-seated capacity of 54,000.

Local football team Wuhan Guanggu played some high attendance matches at the stadium. It was one of the venues for the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup and the sole venue for the final stage of the 2015 EAFF East Asian Cup. Football club Wuhan Zall were tenants. They drew an average home attendance of 14,403[1] in their inaugural top division league season in 2013.

The stadium also hosted the 2015 Asian Athletics Championships.

At the height of COVID-19 epidemic in 2020, the stadium was one of the locations serving as Fangcang Hospital.

Notable Events

G.E.M. - Queen of Hearts World Tour - 28 May 2017

Joker Xue - I Think I've Seen You Somewhere Tour - 22 April 2017


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Coordinates: 30°30?08?N 114°09?59?E / 30.502313°N 114.166253°E / 30.502313; 114.166253

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