|Owner||Government of Syria|
|Operator||General Sports Federation of Syria|
|Field size||105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)|
|Built||1982 to 1986|
Al-Hamadaniah stadium serves as a home ground for Hurriya SC and sometimes for Al-Ittihad Aleppo as well. It hosted many of Syria national football team's matches before the inauguration of Aleppo International Stadium.
The venue can also stage athletics tournaments with its up-to-date track and field facilities.
Al-Hamadaniah Stadium is part of the al-Hamadaniah Sports City. Since 2007, the stadium is served by a nearby artificial turf-football training ground with a capacity of 816 seats.
As part of the Al-Hamadaniah Sports City, the construction of the stadium was launched in 1982. It was completed and opened in 1986 to host the football competition of the 1987 Mediterranean Games.
The stadium was the regular home ground of the Syria national football team during the 1990s.
The original capacity of the stadium was 25,000. However, after the renovation in 2008, it was turned into an all-seater stadium and the capacity was reduced to 18,000.
During the Syrian civil war, the stadium suffered heavy was heavily damaged while the playing surface was entirely deteriorated. However, As of 2018, the stadium is undergoing a renovation by installing a new turf.
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