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February, 18 2014 10:00:00

Flying dragon stadium to host Da Nang matches in 2015

SHB Da Nang will make themselves at home in a new 20,000-seat Hoa Xuan Stadium in the Hoa Xuan Sport Complex from 2015.— Photo soha

DA NANG (VNS) — SHB Da Nang will make themselves at home in a new 20,000-seat Hoa Xuan Stadium in the Hoa Xuan Sport Complex from 2015.

The new stadium, which covers on an area of 10.2ha and cost VND281 billion (US$10.3 million), is scheduled to finish construction this December.

Da Nang will leave behind their current Chi Lang Stadium in the city's downtown precinct.

The new stadium, designed in a shape of a flying dragon, will host all international matches and sports in the city. — VNS

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