Bangabandhu National Stadium Bengali: (বঙ্গবন্ধু জাতীয় স্টেডিয়াম) also known as Dhaka Stadium. It is the national stadium. It is situated in the heart of the Dhaka City. The stadium has been modernized in several times. Most recently it renewed for the opening ceremony of the 2011 Cricket World Cup. It is a flexible sports ground in Dhaka of Bangladesh.
Bangabandhu National Stadium had a capacity close to fifty five thousand before. By the most current renovation is thirty six thousand capacities. It is the largest stadium in Bangladesh still now. There is a big LED screen installed. A modern roof attached over the press box also. The entry and VIP box have upgraded. The stadium now has position of the art facilities suitable for global fair events.
The Bangabandhu National Stadium is one of the major football spots in Dhaka. This stadium has a record of hosting number of important sports event. It has been starting with football, cricket, boxing and hockey matches. This stadium has opened in 1954. Bangladesh Football Federation is the owner of this stadium. Boxer Muhammad Ali fought a display boxing match at this stadium in February 1978.
Bangabandhu National Stadium swarmed an international welcoming football match. It was between Argentina and Nigeria teams. It is featuring Lionel Messi, Javier Mascherano, Sergio Aguero and John Obi Mikel. These match played with the other star players of both nations. This Stadium was multitude the opening service of Cricket World Cup in 2011. It is co-hosted by Bangladesh, India and Sri Lanka on 17th February same year. The stadium was totally capable and returned into a world class stadium to swarm the opening ceremony.
The Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka is the only location in the world to have hosted an initial home fixture for two Test nations. It stands on Motijheel commercial area.