Beijing Workers' Stadium

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Beijing Workers' Stadium
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Mancuso64
4 contributions
Chinese Super League
Jul 2019
I visited Beijing in July 2019 and while there I managed to see a couple of games involving local side, Beijing Guoan. The stadium is easily reached via numerous nearby subway stations and there are plenty of bars and places to eat in the area. It's easy enough to get a ticket from one of the many touts operating near to the stadium. Be prepared to haggle, and unless you can speak Chinese then you'll be paying a bit more. Ideally you should go with a Chinese friend and let them negotiate the price.Alternatively you can try and find the ticket office (I couldn't) where tickets are available for around 80RMB and upwards. I paid a tout 120RMB for mine. The stadium itself is quite old and a little cramped, but it's a great place to watch football. Despite the running track which surrounds the playing area, the stadium has an intimate feel to it. Beijing Guaon supporters are very noisy and on both occasions I was there they had over 40,000 spectators watching. Well worth a visit.
Written November 18, 2019
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Adrian B
Shanghai, China230 contributions
Old but full of atmosphere
Oct 2019
In my opinion a must for any visit to Beijing is to watch Beijing Guoan play at this stadium. You can learn some memorable Chinese words as well!
Written November 4, 2019
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yz1991
434 contributions
one of the best football in China
May 2019 • Friends
Beijing Guoan is really one of the best teams in China. Workers stadium is their home court. the price keeps rising and the atmosphere is not as crazy as before but it's still worth it.
Written May 25, 2019
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Simon T
Beijing, China53 contributions
The home of football in China
Sep 2018
A cauldron of noise!! The home supporters are very passionate and loud! 66,000 capacity. Easy to get to and a great place to watch some CSL action! Lots of memorbilia available for purchase on the main drag leading up to the stadium. You'll need to bring a passport for ID if you are a foreign national. Be prepared for a long wait when leaving the stadium-people stream out all over the roads and surrounding area in a bid to celebrate a victory or drown their sorrows in one of the many bars and nighclubs near the stadium.
Written October 5, 2018
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rsenteno
Phoenix, AZ317 contributions
Falling apart
Aug 2018 • Solo
The stadium is way too old and shows it's age it's falling apart people should not be allowed in and they should rebuild or just destroy it.
Inside no food or drink at all have to eat before hand and by a beer outside of the stadium
There are no signs so finding your seat is really hard(none at all not even in chinese)
Seats are very hard.
Written August 11, 2018
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BenjiBray
Beijing, China607 contributions
Decent Stadium - Good football
Apr 2018 • Friends
Went to see Beijing Guoan vs Beijing Renhe. The chanting sections on the other side of the stadium to us created a great atmosphere. As far as the stadium itself goes it's nothing to write home about but if you get chance to watch a sporting event there go for it!

No bar though which sucks a bit.
Written June 11, 2018
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Beagleheart
Accrington, UK287 contributions
Great atmosphere
Apr 2018 • Friends
We watched Beijing Guoan thrash Beijing Renhe in a very packed stadium with loads of noise and atmosphere. Be warned, there is no bar culture in China as such and certainly none close to the ground but huge plastic cups of beer can be purchased outside and taken in.
Written April 2, 2018
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Amy Jiang
Greater London, UK2,062 contributions
Tacky old stadium with horrible atmosphere
Jun 2016 • Family
We got tickets to watch Guo An against Hang Zhuo, which was set up to be pretty interesting, but you must eat before you go in since there are no restaurants or any stalls selling food once you go inside. The only drinks are incredibly tacky and poorly made so that it's likely you drop it all and have to buy another one. Getting through two rows of security, then walking round to each assigned letter since you can't go in from other ones is a pain and took much longer than expected, so be sure to turn up pretty early to also avoid the huge crowds. It is VERY EASY to get lost in this place, there are no signs and certainly no help points.

Inside the stadium, the atmosphere is just awful. Whilst watching the match-which was mundane and we didn't even know who had scored since it didn't show up on the board, along with replays, so we had no idea what was going on-you could hear the crowd swearing at players if they conceded a goal, and little kids were just blowing loud trumpets repetitively, as well as gas being fired all over the place. Seats were uncomfortable and hard to get through-nobody ever gets up if you're trying to go across.

Ended up leaving about half an hour early along with some expats who had found it equally boring-also meant we avoided the terrible crowds coming back home. Not worth it at all.
Written April 1, 2017
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jontravels2021
Lima, Peru211 contributions
Beijing FC Soccer
Apr 2016 • Friends
I went to see the rivalry match between Beijing and Guanzhou, and while the game was exciting, the stadium, not so much. Your ticket gets you through security and in the gate, but our seats were spoken for, however, we could practically sit where we wanted with no intervention. There are no ammenities such as pizza, hot dogs, drinks, soda, popcorn, candy or beer. You only have what you come in the stadium with. The scoreboard did not show the match time, nor any replays of any of the action, so don't take your eyes off the action, or you'll miss it. Definitely does not compare to American stadiums, however, the soccer game, itself, as well as the crowd made up for anything the actual stadium lacks. Also, of note, there are plenty of bars and restaurants around the stadium, literally... so you can get your refreshments there. :)
Written April 10, 2016
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Judan F
Amsterdam, The Netherlands50 contributions
Go run
Nov 2015 • Solo
OK, this is a nice scene for yourself to feel like Rocky Balboa.

Go run laps around or better even, in the Stadium. The symbology of the worker and training hard go hand in hand, like the fat man being driven around in a Rolls Royce.

May you train yourself to glory!!
Written December 12, 2015
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