Tuesday, January 27, 2009


Supachalasai Stadium, Pathumwan, Bangkok

Easily reached by the National Stadium on the BTS and next door to plenty of malls makes this one of Bangkok's easisest stadiums to get to.



Thepsadin Stadium, Pathum Wan, Bangkok

Easy to reach stadium right next to Supachalasai Stadium and a short walk from National Stadium BTS.
Neat and tidy with one covered stand and one open. Behind the goals are empty.


Friday, January 16, 2009

Back when I was younger it was always my ambition to complete the 92 grounds that make up, or used to make up, the English football league. I even decided the 92nd ground would be Blackpool when they played Bolton. See, I've always been a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to football.

Much has changed since then. Clubs have moved to new stadiums, going to a game requires military precision planning and even the leagues have changed their name.

I never made the 92. I left the country. And now I'm living in the tropics with too much time on my hands and plenty of inspiration.

I have two other blogs relating to South East Asian football. Jakarta Casual is an overview of the game in the region focussing on Indonesia, Singapore, Thailand and Malaysia. Asian Football Pictures is about cross dressing sheep in Palmerston North.

And this? This will be purely about the stadiums. How to get to them, what they're like inside, who plays there along with pictures and souvenirs and odds n sods. All very anoraky I'm sure but never mind eh?

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