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Yuva Bharati Krirangan

Yuva Bharati Krirangan is a multi-purpose stadium in West Bengal, India. Yuva Bharati Krirangan is commonly called Salt Lake Stadium. It is the world's second largest non-racing stadium and the largest in the country. The stadium which has a capacity of over 120,000 seats is built in 1984.

Football is the major sport played at this stadium. It hosts the home games of football clubs Mohun Bagan AC, East Bengal FC, and Mohammedan SC.

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Maldives Govt Contracts GSI (India) for 35 Futsal Courts
Business Wire IndiaThe Maldives government has contracted Great Sports Infra (GSI), South Asia's leading sports infrastructure solution provider, for the supply and installation of 35 Futsal courts (five-a-side football) totaling an area of 1,75,000 sft in 35 different isles of the island nation

FieldTurf Executes India’s only FIFA 2-Star Football Field for National Games, Kerala
The Corporation Stadium in Thrissur, Kerala becomes the only Football field in India to currently have a FIFA 2-Star certification - the highest rating for artificial turf from FIFA. This world-class Football field was conceptualized and planned by the Kerala Government for the upcoming 35th National Games to be held from January, 15th, 2015

Great Sports Infra Bags Four Key Projects for Kerala National Games 2014
Hyderabad-based Great Sports Infra (GSI) has won four large projects for construction of sports facilities for the upcoming 2014 National Games, to be held in Kerala. The company has bagged tenders for a FIFA-standard artificial grass Football field, FIH-standard artificial grass Hockey field, and two 400 Metre IAAF-standard synthetic athletic tracks in Kerala, for various Games venues

Kolkata gears up for FIFA Football Extravaganza
ESPN STAR Sports (ESS), Asia’s biggest sports content provider, will showcase the first ever FIFA International friendly match to be held on Indian soil between Argentina & Venezuela on September 02, 2011. This match comes LIVE to your television screens from the Mecca of Indian Football, Kolkata’s Yuva Bharati Krirangan, from 6:55 PM onwards on September 02, 2011

Lionel Messi Set To Play On FieldTurf
All eyes are focused on Salt Lake Stadium, as Argentina’s national soccer team is set to face Venezuela in a FIFA international match September 2. After months of preparation, the city of Kolkata is ready to embrace Lionel Messi and the world’s finest players at their FIFA 2-Star certified pitch

Innovative Modular Sports Flooring from SnapSports (USA) now in India
Now anyone can build a tennis or basketball court in a matter of hours and expect a lifespan of over 20 years! Thanks to SnapSports® (USA) - the global leader in modular sports flooring - every home, school, club and any sports facility can benefit from this patented system

Sabella optimistic of win against Venezuela
Argentina soccer coach Alejandro Sabella today said that his side hopes to qualify for the 2014 FIFA World Cup by winning the friendly match against Venezuela to be played at Kolkata's Salt lake Stadium on September 2.

Football match organised in Maoist-affected Lalgarh in West Bengal
West Bengal Sports Ministry has organised a football match at the Maoist affected area of Lalgarh on Sunday.

Pt. Motilal Nehru Stadium gets World-Class Fieldturf Hockey Turf
The synthetic hockey turf supplied and installed last month by FieldTurf Tarkett India at Pt. Motilal Nehru stadium in Rae Bareilly, UP has been approved to host the highest level of hockey competitions by the International hockey Federation (FIH), the world governing body for hockey. This artificial turf field provides a great opportunity to nurture local talent

Salt Lake Stadium FieldTurf Field Earns FIFA 2-Star Certification
The world’s second largest stadium by capacity has earned FIFA 2-Star recommended status and simultaneously becomes the only field in India to be FIFA Recommended. The FIFA Recommended 2-Star designation is the highest synthetic turf rating from FIFA and is issued after a battery of tests are performed by a FIFA approved testing agent

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