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Gençlik Stadium

Gençlik Stadı
Location Reşatbey, Seyhan
Adana, Turkey
Owner State of Turkey
Capacity 2,000
Surface Grass
Opened 1973
Adana İdmanyurdu
Seyhan Belediyespor

Gençlik Stadium (Turkish: Gençlik Stadı) is a football stadium in the Reşatbey neighborhood of the city of Adana. The stadium has a capacity of 2000 spectators and was built in 1973, together with the 5 Ocak Stadium and the Menderes Sports Hall, as a sports complex.[1]

The stadium is currently used for football matches only, and it is the home ground of Adana İdmanyurdu's women's football and the Seyhan Belediyespor performing at the men's regional amateur league.


  1. ^ TFF: Gençlik Stadı

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