|Full name||Yadegar-e-Imam Stadium|
|Owner||Ministry of Sport and Youth (Iran)|
|Field size||105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)|
|Opened||5 May 1996|
|Construction cost||6 Billion Tomans (€2,401,249)|
Yadegar-e-Imam Stadium, also popularly known as Sahand Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Tabriz, Iran. It is currently used mostly for football matches. The stadium was built in 1996 and has a capacity of 68,833 people. Tractor, the Iran Premiere league side plays their home games at the stadium.
Sahand Tabriz Stadium is part of the Tabriz Olympic Village.
Yadegar-e-Imam Stadium was built in 1989 and was opened on 19 January 1996 when the stadium was officially opened in an inaugural match between Tractor and Machine Sazi. Tractor played their home matches from 1979 until 1996 in the 25,000 capacity Bagh Shomal Stadium (Takhti Stadium), 1976 AFC Asian Cup stadium. Sahand Stadium (Yadegar-e Emam Stadium) was replaced with Bagh-e Shomal Stadium after it was completed in January 1996 and was the second biggest stadium in Iran with 68,833 at this time. The stadium is also part of Tabriz Olympic Complex.
In December 2006 5,000 new seats were installed, and a large jumbotron television was added, along with general repairs costing 350 million toman (about 117,000 USD). Its renovation ended in October 2010. During Sahand Stadium's renovation in 2005 until 2006 years, Bakeri Stadium was the club's home ground in the Azadegan League matches. The stadium has 10,000 capacity.
|Date||Team #1||Res.||Team #2||Round|
|16 September 2015||Bahrain||0-5||India||2016 AFC U-16 Championship qualification|
|16 September 2015||Iran||3-1||Lebanon||2016 AFC U-16 Championship qualification|
|18 September 2015||Bahrain||2-1||Lebanon||2016 AFC U-16 Championship qualification|
|20 September 2015||India||6-0||Lebanon||2016 AFC U-16 Championship qualification|
- Soccer Way: YADEGAR-E-EMAM STADIUM
- World Stadiums: Middle East - Stadiums in Iran
- Football Club World Ranking - Iran, Tabriz - Tractor Sazi
- "نگاهی به بازیهای تیم ملی فوتبال ایران در تبریز". Fars News. 11 June 2016. Retrieved 16 June 2016.
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