The Shah Alam Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium with track and field facilities in the eastern city of Shah Alam in Malaysia . The arena is owned by the city of Shah Alam and is currently offering 69 372 seats. It can be converted into some seat-standing, which then increases the capacity to 80,000 seats. Around the stadium are a total of 5,500 parking spaces for visitors.
The Shah Alam Stadium was the architect designed Hijjaz Kasturi. Construction began in 1991 and the opening of the stadium was on 16 July 1994 with the game Selangor FA team against Dundee United in Scotland celebrated. Currently the stadium is used primarily for football games used. The Selangor FA football club contributes to the sports facility of its home games.
The arena will be two large sheets of roof spans. Until the opening of the Bukit Jalil National Stadium in 1998, it was the largest stadium in Malaysia. The facility is located in a sports complex, which include the multi-purpose hall Malawati Stadium with 12,000 seats, a kart track and a swimming and diving center is one. Moreover, here was the race track in Shah Alam Circuit to demolition in 2003. In 2007, the stadium was the venue for the group match Uzbekistan – China in Group C at the Asian Football Cup .