Stage for cheers of joy and the passion of sports Since its completion in 2001 as the largest sports arena in the city with a 512,479㎡ plot area, 40,284㎡ field area and 66,422 seats, Daegu Stadium has hosted the 2002 FIFA World Cup Korea/Japan, 2003 Summer Universiade, and 2011 Daegu IAAF World Championships in Athletics, one of the three largest sporting events in the world. The stadium is marked by its unique appearance conceived from the form of the earth combined with the curved roof of traditional Korean buildings as well as Korea’s first blue-colored track supplied by Mondo, along with state-of-the-art video and audio equipment which provides both athletes and spectators with a uniquely advanced environment. The stadium is also widely praised for its support facilities including training grounds, open-air theater and pleasant green spaces. The nearby Daegu Art Museum presents a variety of high-quality art exhibitions and the soon-to-be completed Athletics Promotion Center is expected to develop the area into a major destination among sports fans and arts lovers for Daegu and its vicinity.

充满呐喊,挑战,热情的体育盛况 2001年竣工的大邱体育场是占地面积512,479㎡,竞技场面积40,284㎡,有66,422个观众席的大规模体育场,这里曾成功举办2002韩日世界杯、2004年大邱夏季国际大学生运动会以及世界三大体育盛事之一2011年大邱世界田径锦标赛。体育场以形似地球的外观和传统的屋脊曲线,绿树成荫的大德山为背景,成为了大邱市的地标性建筑。采用新技术打造的绿色“mondo橡胶跑道”为选手们提供最佳的竞技环境,最新影像设备和音响设施则让体育场的气氛达到高潮。其他辅助竞技场,户外舞台等绿色空间为体育场营造舒适愉悦的氛围。附近的“大邱美术馆”以高品质展览和多种节目被称为大邱的美术中心地,它将与日后竣工的田径振兴中心一并成为大邱体育和艺术的集群地。

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    180, Universiad-ro, Suseong-gu, Daegu, Republic of Korea

    Daegu Grand Park(Line 2)/ 大公园(2号线)
    Exit number 4(4号出口)

    World Cup Stadium