Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Gelora Bung Karno stadium Profil

Construction began on the stadium on February 8, 1960 and finished on July 21, 1962 in time to host the fourth Asian Games held in Jakarta in 1962. The stadium's original capacity of 100,800 people was reduced to 88,083 as a result of renovations for the 2007 Asian Cup. It is divided into 24 sectors and 12 entrances, and into upper and lower stands. The special feature of this stadium is the huge steel roof construction that forms a gigantic ring called temu gelang (joined ring). Other than to shades the spectators in all sectors from the heat of tropical sun, the purpose of this giant ring construction is also to emphasize the grandeur of the stadium.          
The stadium is part of a complex which includes:           
  • Stadion Madya, a secondary open stadium with a capacity of 20,000
  • Istora, an indoor gymnasium with a capacity of 10,000
  • An aquatics arena with a capacity of 8,000
  • A tennis stadium with a capacity of 5,000
  • A smaller indoor gymnasium with a capacity of 3,500
  • A softball field with an unknown capacity
  • An archery field
  • A hockey field
Do not hesitate because of the stadium we can beat some other stadiums that are apparently better than the pride of our stadiums in Japan's Saitama stadium such a class event ever held the 2002 World Cup. The stadium is the pride we have the lamp: 1200 lux sentel tire Length: 800 meters Length of field: 110 meters Width of field: 60 yards. The stadium is named in honor of Sukarno, Indonesia's first president, who is also a figure who sparked the idea of building this sports complex. This stadium development assistance Soviet Union at the time and apad 2007 witnessed the historic Iraq won the Asian Cup. We should be proud to have the largest stadium in Southeast Asia and is now at levels recognized in Asia.


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