Thiên Trường Stadium welcomes SEA Games spectators for free

Created 30 April 2022
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Thiên Trường Stadium in the northern province of Nam Định will open for free for fans to watch the men’s football at the upcoming SEA Games 31.

Thiên Trường Stadium will welcome spectators to watch the 31st SEA Games. Photo tienphong.vn

NAM ĐỊNH — Thiên Trường Stadium in the northern province of Nam Định will open for free for fans to watch the men’s football at the upcoming SEA Games.

To create conditions for people to watch live and cheer matches, Nam Định Provincial People's Committee agreed to the proposal of the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism on free entrance.

The People's Committee of Nam Định Province requested the Department of Culture, Sports and Tourism to coordinate with departments and agencies to develop a plan to ensure security and safety and measures to prevent and control COVID-19.

The audiences will have their temperature checked when they arrive at the stadium, sanitize their hands, and wear masks at games.

Thiên Trường Stadium has a capacity of more than 20,000 people.

Recently, Nam Định Province invested about VNĐ25 billion in repairing and upgrading the stadium to serve the Games.

The stadium is the venue for matches of Group B, comprising Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia and Laos.

In the first group matches on May 7, Singapore will face Laos, and Thailand meet Malaysia. 

 

Source: VNN

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