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Mahamasina Municipal Stadium

Mahamasina stadium in 2013

Stade Municipal de Mahamasima is a multi-purpose stadium in Antananarivo, Madagascar.

Overview

It is used mostly for rugby and football matches. The stadium has nearly 23,000 seats, but 40,000 people are allowed for football and rugby matches. In 2005, the stadium was the site of a stampede that killed two people during a match between South African side Kaizer Chiefs and Madagascar's USJF Ravinala.[1] It was also the stadium of the 2007 Indian Ocean Games.

References

  1. ^ "African stadium stampede kills two" (article of ESPN)

External links

  • Photo at worldstadiums.com
  • Photos at fussballtempel.net

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