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I-League 2012-13 Stadium Guide: The venues to catch all the action

I-League 2012-13 Stadium Guide: The venues to catch all the action

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Goal.com has a look at the various locations where the competition is being held this season...

 Anselm Noronha
 Feature | I-League
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Salt Lake Stadium, Kolkata, West Bengal
Opened: 1984
Official capacity: 1,20,000*


Location - The Salt Lake Stadium or the Yuba Bharati Krirangan is located at Bidhannager's JB Block in Salt Lake City, Kolkata, in the state of West Bengal.


Fatorda Stadium, Margao, Goa
Opened: 1989
Official capacity: 27,000*


Location - The Fatorda Stadium is located on the outskirts of Margao city alongside the Don Bosco road, Margao, Goa.


Balewadi Sports Complex, Pune, Maharashtra
Opened: 1995
Official capacity: 22,000*


Location - The complex is situated in Balewadi which is about 14 to 15 kms. from Pune downtown, closer to the Rajiv Gandhi Infotech Park, Hinjewadi, Pune.


Ambedkar Stadium, New Delhi
Opened: 2007
Official capacity: 20,000*


Location - Named in honour of famous dalit leader B. R. Ambedkar, the stadium nicknamed 'The Fortess' is situated in New Delhi's Daryaganj area.


Tilak Maidan, Vasco da Gama, Goa
Opened: (Unknown)
Official capacity: 12,000*


Location - The football stadium which overlooks part of the Mormugao Port is located in the city of Vasco, and is about a 30-minute drive from Goa's Dabolim Airport.


Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Shillong, Meghalaya
Opened: (Unknown)
Official capacity: 30,000*


Location - The Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium is located in the Golf Links of Shillong in the north-eastern region of India.


Cooperage Ground, Mumbai, Maharashtra
Opened: 1993
Official capacity: 5,000*


Location - The Maharshi Karve Road in Mumbai's Colaba area would lead you to the Cooperage football ground which is currently under renovation.


Paljor Stadium, Gangtok, Sikkim
Opened: 1943
Official capacity: 25,000*


Location - The Paljor Stadium has an enriched history for being used by the Britishers to play to being a venue for all public meetings. Following its renovation, it was inaugurated by former President of India, APJ Abdul Kalam in 2005.


Duler Stadium, Mapusa, Goa
Opened: (Unknown)
Official capacity: 6,000*


Location - The recently upgraded Duler Stadium, which includes replacement of grass with astro turf, is located near Mapusa city in North Goa.

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