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Shanghai Stadium

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No.666 Tianyueqiao Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200233 China
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Mark wrote a review Oct 2019
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Went to the ticket office to try and purchase tickets to Sunday’s (27/10/19) game. Was told that the whole entire stadium was sold out by a very rude woman working behind the counter (strange when we consider their average home attendance is around 20,000 in a 56,000 capacity stadium) however I was pointed in the direction of a ticket tout loitering by the ticket office. I noticed that Chinese people were buying them freely when I left. What a absolute joke club and league!!! You can’t buy tickets online so be very very wary if you intend on factoring a CSL game Into a trip. I tried to find a representative of the club at the stadium only to be presented with another “tout” who I believe worked for the hotel that is located in the stadium. The touted tickets from this guy were 380 yuan each!!!!!!! Shanghai East Asia Fc you are 100 years behind a European club and have a lot to learn about the treatment of the paying public
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Chris P wrote a review May 2018
Shanghai, China4,953 contributions211 helpful votes
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Went here for the Diamond League Athletics. Such a fun evening, despite the rain. Be aware that if you do not have pre delivered tickets, that the only ticket office we found was on a corner near the indoor stadium, so it’s a bit of a walk, depending on where you arrive.
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Date of experience: May 2018
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shanghaijonas wrote a review Dec 2017
Shanghai, China157 contributions39 helpful votes
Visiting a CSL game is a good experience if you are into soccer. You cannot compare it to visiting a game in one of the big leagues in Europe but it is still fun. The arena is very big and even with 20 000 in the audience it feels empty. You can buy tickets on the game day from the ticket office. There will be a lot of people trying to sell you tickets outside the arena, even in the line at the ticket office. I have paid <200 RMB for the tickets with ok seats.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Tim P wrote a review Oct 2017
Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom1,319 contributions350 helpful votes
This really is a great stadium with 80,000 capacity. Good access from public transport in a very large area which also features a huge indoor area too. Not sure it's that good for football as it still has a running track around the perimeter and with a small crowd there is next to no atmosphere. But it's still used for various competitions, I think the Asia games are held here and can imagine with a full crowd the place would be buzzing.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Dave J wrote a review Aug 2017
Hong Kong, China8 contributions2 helpful votes
I went to watch Shanghai SIPG vs. Chongqing Lifan game. The 'hardcore' fans were on both sides of the ground, both ends were empty. They made a lot noise throughout the game. Atmosphere was good but as I went in August, it was super hot inside the ground. I was sat in the second tier, ¥180 p/p bought from the ticket office. On the match day, lots of touts around. As soon as you get off the metro at Shanghai Stadium, all the way to the stadium. Also a lot of people selling Shanghai SIPG shirts outside the ground. When entering the stadium, you will be searched, tickets scanned and I wasn't allowed to bring outside drinks in, they made me pour it into a plastic cup. Inside the ground, I only saw drinks available, no food, ¥10 for orange juice, apple juice, water etc. Where I was sitting, it was allocated seating, we had a seat number but seems like everyone ignored this. So we just sat anywhere in our section, this was section 4 / tier 2. Good atmosphere in the ground and have the say, the security were quite nice.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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