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Old April 1st, 2011, 02:28 PM   #21
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Old May 13th, 2011, 09:58 PM   #22
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BMA goes ahead with construction of a world-class futsal stadium

Published on May 9, 2011 by TFP

BANGKOK, 9 May 2011 – The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) is proceeding with the building of a world-class futsal stadium in Bangkok in preparation for Thailand’s chairmanship of an international competition next year.

BMA Spokesperson Jate Sopitpongsathorn stated that the Cabinet meeting on 3 May authorized the BMA to spend 1.23 billion THB of its state-funded budget on the construction of a futsal stadium near the government complex in Nong Chok district. The new facility will be of international standard with a capacity of 12,000.

The BMA has assigned the Public Works Department to be in charge of the stadium’s design, which is to be completed within this month. The stadium is scheduled to be ready for use by November 2012 when Thailand will be hosting the FIFA Futsal World Cup.

Thailand previously contested with five other countries, namely the Czech Republic, Egypt, Portugal, Iran and New Caledonia, for the chairmanship of the event. The Kingdom was selected by FIFA as the host due to its readiness in terms of the venue, transportation and services, including hotel accommodations.

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Govt approves new stadium for Futsal World Cup

By The nation Published on May 10, 2011


The government has approved a budget for construction of a futsal stadium to be completed by next May, as Bangkok prepares to host the Fifa Futsal World Cup next year.

The 12,000-seat indoor stadium will be built at a new Bangkok Metropolitan Administration complex in Nong Chok district, with a Bt1.23-billion budget granted by the government to support the BMA's hosting of the seventh international tournament, which is held every four years.

The BMA has secured three indoor stadiums for use in the competition - one at the Impact Muang Thong Thani exhibition complex in Nonthaburi, one in the Nimibutr Building in the National Stadium compound in Bangkok's Pathumwan district, and one at the Indoor Stadium at the Sports Authority of Thailand's Hua Mark compound.

The Thai national team will use Keelawes Gymnasium in the Thai-Japanese Youth Sports complex in Din Daeng district as a practice ground. The Fifa Futsal World Cup is scheduled for November next year.

Stadiums in Chiang Mai, Phuket and Nakhon Ratchasima will also be used in the competition. Thailand qualified as the host after beating China, Iran, Azerbaijan, the Czech Republic, Sri Lanka and Guatemala in the bidding.

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Will that new futsal stadium be a white elephant after the Futsal WC?
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Old May 18th, 2011, 05:52 PM   #25
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Kuala Lumpur: Former runners-up Thailand have been handed a relatively easy group in the Asean Zone qualifiers for the 2012 AFC Futsal Championship.



Thailand, whose best performance came in 2008 at home when they reached the final before going down 4-0 to Iran, were placed alongside Indonesia, Philippines and Myanmar in Tuesday’s draw at AFC House.

Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia and Cambodia complete the second four-team group of this zone. The matches of this group will be played in Thailand from November 26 to December 1, 2011.

The top three teams from each of the four zones will qualify for the 16-nation tournament proper along with three direct entrants – defending champions Iran, runners-up Uzbekistan and third-placed Japan – and hosts UAE.

China, who finished fourth last year after losing 6-1 to Japan in the third-place playoff, lead Group B in East Zone. Chinese Taipei and Macau complete this group while Korea Republic, Hong Kong and Mongolia are in Group A. The six teams will battle it out from November 13 to 18 in Malaysia.

Nine West Zone teams were split into two groups of five and four with hosts Kuwait, Qatar, Palestine, Syria and Saudi Arabia were drawn in Group A while Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain and UAE finding themselves in Group B. Kuwait City will host the West Zone qualifiers from December 9 to 16.

Hosts Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Maldives will play one round robin league and top three teams will qualify from the South and Central Zone. The qualifiers for this zone will be played from November 25 to 27.

THE GROUPINGS

Asean Zone
Group A: Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Myanmar
Group B: Australia, Vietnam, Malaysia, Cambodia

East Zone
Group A: Korea Republic, Hong Kong, Mongolia
Group B: China, Chinese Taipei, Macau

West Zone
Group A: Kuwait, Qatar, Palestine, Syria, Saudi Arabia
Group B: Lebanon, Iraq, Bahrain, UAE

South and Central Zone
Group A: Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Maldives

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Old January 8th, 2012, 03:49 PM   #29
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The seventh FIFA Futsal World Cup was officially launched today as dignitaries from across Thailand – affectionately known as ‘The Land of Smiles’ - and Asian football came to Bangkok.

The FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012 will be hosted between 2 and 18 November 2012 in the capital Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima or 'Korat'. Thailand is the third Asian host of the competition, following Hong Kong in 1992, and Chinese Taipei in 2004.


The emblem launch is an important milestone for any competition, providing a 'face' that is instantly recognisable both within the host country and around the world. Today’s launch also enabled the Local Organising Committee to showcase what visitors can expect later this year, during an hour long show.

Starting with a traditional Thai puppet show, the guests were treated to a performance that demonstrated the culture of Thailand’s four regions, as well as the hospitality of the Thai people.

Zhang Jilong, Acting President of the AFC and FIFA Executive Committee member, Worawi Makudi, President of the Football Association of Thailand and FIFA Executive Committee member, Vernon Manilal Fernando, Chairman of the Organising Committee for the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2012 and FIFA Executive Committee member, Suwat Liptapanlop, Chairman of the LOC, as well as Mom Rajawongse Sukhumbhand Paribatra (Governor of Bangkok), and Chuan Sirinanporn (Governor of Nakhon Ratchasima) all delivered speeches expressing their excitement that the countdown to the competition is now truly underway.

There was just time for Thai singer Patcha AF to wow the audience before Thai Prime Minister Ms Yingluck Shinawatra delivered a speech on behalf of her government, and then had the honour of starting a multi-coloured laser show that revealed the Official Emblem and Official Mascot – a football playing elephant - on two giant LED screens.

The 2012 competition is the first time that 24 teams have battled it out to be crowned world champions, with holders Brazil and perennial rivals Spain the pre-tournament favourites.

The hosts however have a strong track record in South-East Asia, having won the ASEAN Futsal Championship four times in a row between 2005 and 2008, as well as finishing runner-up in the AFC Futsal Championship in 2008. With a new head coach soon to be announced, the Changsuk are already targeting their best ever finish, having bowed out three times (2000, 2004 and 2008) at the First Round stage.


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Old January 18th, 2012, 04:09 PM   #31
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Venues

1.Huamark Indoor Stadium , Bangkok (Renovate)





2. Nimibutr Indoor stadium , Bangkok (Renovate)





3.5th December 2007 Indoor Stadium , Korat (Renovate)



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Official website http://www.fifa.com/futsalworldcup/index.html
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Land of Smiles launches FIFA Futsal World Cup

(FIFA.com) Tuesday 17 January 2012

© FIFA.comThe seventh FIFA Futsal World Cup was officially launched today as dignitaries from across Thailand – affectionately known as ‘The Land of Smiles’ - and Asian football came to Bangkok.

The FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012 will be hosted between 2 and 18 November 2012 in the capital Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima or 'Korat'. Thailand is the third Asian host of the competition, following Hong Kong in 1992, and Chinese Taipei in 2004.

The emblem launch is an important milestone for any competition, providing a 'face' that is instantly recognisable both within the host country and around the world. Today’s launch also enabled the Local Organising Committee to showcase what visitors can expect later this year, during an hour long show.

Starting with a traditional Thai puppet show, the guests were treated to a performance that demonstrated the culture of Thailand’s four regions, as well as the hospitality of the Thai people.

Zhang Jilong, Acting President of the AFC and FIFA Executive Committee member, Worawi Makudi, President of the Football Association of Thailand and FIFA Executive Committee member, Vernon Manilal Fernando, Chairman of the Organising Committee for the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2012 and FIFA Executive Committee member, Suwat Liptapanlop, Chairman of the LOC, as well as Mom Rajawongse Sukhumbhand Paribatra (Governor of Bangkok), and Chuan Sirinanporn (Governor of Nakhon Ratchasima) all delivered speeches expressing their excitement that the countdown to the competition is now truly underway.

There was just time for Thai singer Patcha AF to wow the audience before Thai Prime Minister Ms Yingluck Shinawatra delivered a speech on behalf of her government, and then had the honour of starting a multi-coloured laser show that revealed the Official Emblem and Official Mascot – a football playing elephant - on two giant LED screens.

The 2012 competition is the first time that 24 teams have battled it out to be crowned world champions, with holders Brazil and perennial rivals Spain the pre-tournament favourites.

The hosts however have a strong track record in South-East Asia, having won the ASEAN Futsal Championship four times in a row between 2005 and 2008, as well as finishing runner-up in the AFC Futsal Championship in 2008. With a new head coach soon to be announced, the Changsuk are already targeting their best ever finish, having bowed out three times (2000, 2004 and 2008) at the First Round stage.

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Indoor Stadium Huamark


Bioarchitek was commissioned by the Sports Authority of Thailand for the Indoor Futsal Stadium which is a special renovation project located in Huamark, Bangkok. The main challenges were to expand the playing area, and renovate the roof and façade while maintaining the features that are essential to the character of the building. The stadium was built in the 1950’s, and no construction drawings remain. It was our responsibility to investigate the integrity of the building and renovate the leaking roof without changing the appearance of its traditional folding structure.





Experts from Chulalongkorn and Thammasat University were commissioned, and determined that the roof should not bear any further weight. As a result, we chose a tensile fabric roof structure for the advantage of its lightweight which allowed us to maintain the old style with exposed steal and concrete as well as match the folding roof.

Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Year Completed:2012
Service: Architectural Design
Area: 30,000 sqm

FIFA Futsal World Cup Stadium


In 2012, the FIFA Futsal World Cup will be held in Bangkok, Thailand where a new stadium will be built to hold up to 12,000 spectators. The project is owned by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), which hired BioArchitek for the design and Master Plan of the facility.

The design philosophy is to create a culturally inspired stadium where patrons are enlivened by their experience visiting the facility, not only the futsal matches.The Dokjok flower, which is common in the surrounding area, is reduced to a geometric pattern that will be illustrated in the ceiling, lighting design, and facade as well as transcribed onto stadium seating and handrails. On the roof, the photovoltaic (PV) system is arranged in this same shape to depict the flower. Similarly, the flame-like Thai style pattern known as “kranok” is represented by the shape of the structural columns on the exterior of the stadium.

The facility will provide a parking capacity of up to 800 private cars and 60 buses. It is slated for a variety of uses, beyond the areas current purpose as the BMA’s training grounds, it will be able to host exhibitions, concerts, and public events. It can even serve as an evacuation center because of its raised floor design for flood prevention.





Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Year Completed: 2012
Service: Master Plan, Architecture, and Lighting design
Area:40,000 sqm

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Futsal World Cup to kick off on 1 November

(FIFA.com) Monday 27 February 2012

The FIFA Futsal Committee met at the Home of FIFA on Tuesday 14 February to discuss the latest developments ahead of the FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012.

The Committee approved an amendment to the match schedule which will now see the 24-team competition kicking off one day earlier, on Thursday 1 November 2012.

The matches are set to take place across three venues in Bangkok - Nonjok Stadium, Huamark Indoor Stadium and Nimibutr Stadium - and at Korat Stadium in the north eastern province of Nakhon Ratchasima, with the final taking place on Sunday 18 November.

A full match schedule for the tournament will be published soon, with FIFA set to evaluate the construction progress of the Nonjok Stadium at the end of April.

Thailand, as hosts, and the Solomon Islands, champions from the Oceania Football Confederation’s preliminary competition, are the first two countries to qualify. A full list of the different qualifying competitions around the world can be found by clicking the link on the right.

This year’s FIFA Futsal World Cup will be the seventh edition of the tournament, with Brazil and Spain the teams to beat. Not only have they contested three of the last four finals, they are the only two teams to have earned a world title, with Brazil winning in 1989, 1992, 1996 and 2008, sandwiching Spain’s two victories in 2000 and 2004.

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Construction work on track in Bangkok (LOC)

Monday 2 April 2012



A FIFA inspection team visited Thailand between 27 and 31 March to check on preparations for the 7th edition of the FIFA Futsal World Cup, to be played in Thailand between 1 and 18 November 2012.

The FIFA delegates began their inspection tour of the three sites in Bangkok: Bangkok Futsal Arena Nongjok, Hua Mark Indoor Stadium and Nimibutr Gymnasium.

Starting at the Bangkok Futsal Arena Nongjok, Deputy Bangkok Governor for Public Works, Finance and Budget, Teerachon Manomaipiboon and Thaya Teepasuwan, (Deputy Bangkok Governor for Education, Social Development, Cultures, Sports and Tourism) made a presentation on the latest construction progress.

“Bangkok Governor M.R. Sukhumbhan Boriphat stressed that more attention must be paid to the construction work” said Teerachon. “It’s not only Bangkok’s affair, but the project is also something that the entire country can be proud of.”

Jaime Yarza, FIFA’s Senior Manager of Futsal and Beach Soccer Competitions expressed his satisfaction over the progress Bangkok has made so far, advising the city authorities that they should also focus on facilities management, including traffic and parking planning, security and safety measures, as well as the technical infrastructure required in the hall itself.

We appreciate the Thai people’s determined efforts to make the FIFA Futsal World Cup a great success.FIFA's Jaime Yarza


“The construction and renovation tasks for all three competition sites in Bangkok were our top priority for this visit” said Yarza. “We appreciate the Thai people’s determined efforts to make the FIFA Futsal World Cup a great success.”

In the afternoon, the FIFA delegates visited the Hua Mark Indoor Stadium, with Sakol Wannapong, Deputy Governor of the Sports Authority of Thailand, giving them a warm welcome and explanation about the site.

The inspection process culminated with the tour of Nimibutr Gymnasium inside the Supachalasai Stadium, with Physical Education Deputy Director Pattanachat Kritboworn and his team welcoming the FIFA delegates.

The next day, the Local Organising Committee discussed the latest Marketing, Public Relations and Promotions planning. Entertainment activities will be held in seven cities across the four regions of the country in the build-up to the competition, including the staging of a fan zone in downtown Bangkok during the competition itself.

“So far the interest in broadcasting the tournament around the world has been very strong, and all eyes will be on Thailand as the host country. If preparations continue to proceed well and on schedule over the coming months, the LOC will be able to showcase the country’s amazing beauty and capability through the staging of this top-flight competition,” Yarza concluded.

The next milestone will be the official draw, which will be held in Bangkok on 24 August.

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The Hua Mark Indoor Stadium was built in the 1950s decade? I didn't know that? How can it be born in the 1950s?
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Futsal World Cup schedule confirmed

(FIFA.com) Wednesday 4 April 2012


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At its first meeting of the year last week, the FIFA Executive Committee approved the match schedule for the FIFA Futsal World Cup Thailand 2012, which will begin with four matches on Thursday 1 November 2012.

In February, the FIFA Futsal Committee had agreed an amendment to start the 24-team tournament one day earlier than previously planned, and the full 18-day schedule has now been confirmed. Click the document on the right to view all fixtures.

Four stadiums will be used as venues during the event: Bangkok Futsal Arena, Indoor Stadium Huamark and Nimibutr Stadium in Bangkok, and Korat Chatchai Hall in Nakhon Ratchasima.

The former will host the opening match, as well as both semi-finals and the final itself, while the remaining three will be used throughout the group stages and for some knockout ties.

Only two teams have so far booked their place at the tournament in Thailand. The hosts qualified automatically and are joined by the Solomon Islands, who were victorious in Oceania’s preliminary competition.

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Thailand invite Spain, Australia for friendlies

(FIFA.com) Thursday 3 May 2012

FIFA Futsal World Cup 2012 hosts Thailand have invited Spain and Australia to play friendly matches that will promote the world tournament and its stadiums.

The Football Association of Thailand (FAT) and the Thailand LOC for the Futsal World Cup will further boost anticipation for November’s showpiece by hosting top-ranked Spain and also Australia.

At a press conference at the Golden Tulip Hotel in Bangkok, various officials laid out their intentions for the friendlies. Present were Suwat Liptapanlop, former deputy Prime Minister and the president of the Thailand LOC Board, Taweesakdi Dechdejo, Deputy Permanent Secretary for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), and Ong-Art Kohsinka, Secretary General of FAT presided alongside guest of honour Jaime Yarza and FIFA Inspection Delegates.

Australia have officially been confirmed to play two friendly matches against Thailand - first at Silpa-archa Hall in Suphanburi Province on 18 May and then at Kilawes 1 Dindaeng in Bangkok on 20 May.

Spain, meanwhile, are set to play two games against the hosts at official FIFA Futsal World Cup venues. The Spaniards will first meet Thailand on 24 August at Nimibutr Stadium in Bangkok after the Futsal World Cup official draw on the same day. They will then travel to play at Chatchai Hall in Nakhon Ratchasima on 26 August.

“We hope these friendly matches with world class teams will be beneficial and not just public interest, but also good tests for Thailand,” said Thailand LOC Board president Suwat Liptapanlop.

Jaime Yarza wished Thailand success in the preparations to host the FIFA Futsal World Cup later this year, while also stating he hopes the side can go beyond the group stage. “I also hope there will be full house at every match of the coming World Cup,” the FIFA Delegate said.

The Deputy Permanent Secretary for BMA also said that they plan to build up anticipation for the Futsal tournament through various public relations and advertising initiatives, while also organising the Bangkok Communities Futsal Tournaments for all 50 districts. “We will finalise with the LOC and FAT, with the approval from FIFA, to organise the pre-World Cup Tournament in the right time with the right team. We hope this can be done,” said Taweesakdi Dechdejo.

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