Channel 7 Stadium

Channel 7 Stadium

Channel 7 Stadium_by Muay Farang (2)The Channel 7 Stadium or generally called in Thai “Sanam Muay Chong Jed ” is the third most important Stadium in Thailand.

The stadium actually is a big Television Studio (Channel 7) with a ring in the middle of it.

The stadium and the tv channel are entirely managed by the “Royal Thai Army”.Channel 7 Stadium_by Muay Farang (1)

In 1972 Channel 7 began to live broadcast once a week Muay Thai events on TV.

Today Muay Thai shows are aired from the stadium every Sunday (from 13.45) and every 3rd Wednesday of the month (from 12.00).

Curiosity:

The stadium is placed behind the old Northen Bus Terminal – Morchit, so it’s easy to arrive near the stadium by taking the BTS (Skytrain – Morchit stop).

Unlike many other Thai stadiums, the entrance of Channel 7 St. is totally free (standing place) while the VIP seat costs 300 Baht.

Channel 7 Stadium_by Muay Farang (3)Adress/Map:

998/1 Phahon Yothin 18/1
Jomphol Jaktujak
Bangkok 10900

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Gian Carlo Corba, born in South Africa from Italian descendants, moved to Italy when he was 2; after he finished high school in Turin (Italy) he then and then grew up in Pattaya (Thailand).The main author of MF blog articles. Together with Roberto and Mathias Gallo Cassarino he founded the Muay Farang website and group. Fighter profile - View profile - Bio/Personal Blog