Bangkok's Stadiums
Lumpinee Stadium

Lumpinee Stadium

The Lumpinee Stadium is the most important Stadium in Thailand and also the most known Muay Thai Stadium in the World. It is considered as the Muay Thai  “Mecca” and it’s the ambition symbol for every Nak Muay. The Origins: The Stadium opened on 8th December 1956 in Rama IV

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Channel 7 Stadium

Channel 7 Stadium

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 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”. In

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Rajadamnern Stadium

Rajadamnern Stadium

The Rajadamnern Stadium is the second most important Stadium in Thailand and is the first National Thai Stadium. Lumpinee St. and Rajadamnern St. (commonly called Raja) are the most known Muay Thai Stadiums in the World; most of the best fighter have fought in these 2 stadiums. The origins: In

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Omnoi Stadium

Omnoi Stadium

The Omnoi Stadium or Siam Boxing Stadium, is the fourth most important Stadium in Thailand, after Lumpinee St., Rajadamnern St. and Channel 7 St. Once a week (every Saturday) the Omnoi Stadium organize and live broadcasts Muay Thai events on Thai TV “Channel 3”. The origins: The stadium named Omnoi Stadium, opened in

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Weekly Muay Thai stadiums program in Thailand

Max Muay Thai (Sunday only) – Channel 8 – from 6.20PM to 8.20PM Streaming Links: Thai TV 3 NBT Channel 8 TGN T-Sport TV5 MCOT Channel 7

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