|Location||Jln. Adi Sucipto, Manahan, Surakarta, Central Java|
|Operator||Government of Surakarta|
|Opened||21 February 1998|
|Persis Solo (2006–2017, 2020–present)|
Manahan Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Surakarta, Central Java, Indonesia. Manahan is the first stadium in Indonesia which hosts the biggest disabled sporting event in Southeast Asia, the 2011 ASEAN Para Games. The stadium was opened on 21 February 1998. It is currently used mostly for association football matches and is used as the home venue for Persis Solo. This stadium now holds 20,000 spectators after the renovation. The stadium is set to be used as one of the venues for the Under-20 World Cup in 2021.
Judging from the geographical location, the location of Manahan Stadium in Solo is fairly strategic. Stands majestically in the middle of the city center, adjacent to airports, hotels, highways and shopping malls make Manahan Stadium as one of the most representative in the organization of sporting events of national and international scale. The stadium is located in the center of the city of Solo, precisely at Jalan Adi Sucipto, Manahan, Banjarsari, Solo. It is 9 Kilometers away from the Adisumarmo International Airport.
Manahan Stadium was built in 1989 using land area of 170,000 m2 and a building area of 33,300 m2. On 21 February 1998, the stadium was inaugurated by the then-Indonesian president Suharto.
Facilities into one building stadiums with tracks including the track Manahan / international-standard athletics, dressing room, heating room, health room, a secretariat, a journalist and a press conference room, other facilities are located in the stadium track long jump, table tennis, judo training, fight training degrees, etc..
While at Manahan's own complex, sports facilities are available even somewhat more complete and varied as there are tennis courts, baseball field, cycling (Velodrome), volleyball court, basketball court, badminton court, table tennis room, billiard room, 3 football pitches and gymnasium Multipurpose (GOR).
Revitalization of the stadium was in September, 2019. After renovation, it is expected to transform into a mini Bung Karno Stadium (GBK). Seating arrangement is single which reduced the capacity of spectators to 20,000. The stadium is equipped with a standard broadcast lighting system of 2,200 to 2,400 lux. Sophisticated CCTV installed to support security with emergency conditions also be designed to be emptied within 15 minutes.
- 2006 Liga Indonesia Final between Persik Kediri vs PSIS Semarang
- 2007 AFC Champions League, home of Persik Kediri
- 2010 Piala Indonesia Final between Arema Indonesia vs Sriwijaya F.C.
- 2010 AFF U-16 Youth Championship
- 2011 ASEAN Para Games
- 2013 AFC Cup, home of Persibo Bojonegoro
- 2017 Indonesia President's Cup quarter-finals
- 2021 FIFA U-20 World Cup
|Date||Team #1||Score||Team #2||Match|
|22 August 2011||Indonesia||4–1||Palestine||Friendly|
|14 August 2013||Indonesia||2–0||Philippines||Friendly|
|6 September 2016||Indonesia||3–0||Malaysia||Friendly|
- "Jokowi inaugurates new-look Manahan Stadium in Surakarta following renovations". The Jakarta Post. Retrieved 16 February 2020.
- (in Indonesian) Stadion Manahan.
- "Sistem Pencahayaan Stadion Manahan Lebih Canggih Dibanding Luzhniki". Kompas. Retrieved 22 August 2018.
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