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Old May 17th, 2012, 04:00 AM   #41
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Old August 16th, 2012, 02:53 AM   #42
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1.Huamark Indoor Stadium , Bangkok (Renovate)





2. Nimibutr Indoor stadium , Bangkok (Renovate)





3.5th December 2007 Indoor Stadium , Korat (Renovate)



Which are arenas capacity ?
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Old September 10th, 2012, 07:33 PM   #43
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 06:37 PM   #45
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Old October 3rd, 2012, 10:11 PM   #46
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Judging by the latest construction pics, Bangkok's new futsal arena is so behind schedule that it may not be fully completed in time for the tournament.
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Old October 22nd, 2012, 02:00 PM   #47
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Bangkok warms up with All-Star Festival

Friday 19 October 2012

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) and Football Association of Thailand have organised a warm-up tournament that will kick off this Sunday, involving several of the FIFA Futsal World Cup 2012 participants.

The Bangkok All-Star Futsal Festival will be hosted between 21 and 25 October at Keelaves 2 Gymnasium, Bangkok, one of the official training sites for November’s FIFA Futsal World Cup.

Five teams - Australia, Egypt, Panama, Solomon Islands and Thailand - will take part in one round-robin series of matches, looking to fine-tune their preparations and impress their coaches ahead of their first FIFA Futsal World Cup group matches.

As well as providing valuable preparation for the players, the Football Association of Thailand is looking to use the event to further raise public interest in the FIFA Futsal World Cup, which will kick off in Bangkok and Nakhon Ratchasima on 1 November.

On 26 October, the BMA will host a dinner reception for the ambassadors and consuls from all 23 qualified countries, extending the renowned Thai hospitality that has earned the host country the title of ‘The Land of Smiles’.

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Old November 1st, 2012, 07:01 PM   #49
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Hosts beat Costa Rica to go top

Thailand have moved to the top of Group A with a 3-1 win over Costa Rica at Bangkok's Huamark Indoor Stadium. Suphawut Thueanklang, Keattiyot Chalaemkhet and Jirawat Sornwichian were all on target as Victor Hermans’ side made the perfect start to their FIFA Futsal World Cup campaign.

The hosts began the brighter of the two sides, with the speed and trickery of star forward Suphawut Thueanklang causing problems for the CONCACAF champions. However, it was after a spell of Costa Rican pressure, and somewhat against the run of play, that the Thais took an 18th-minute lead. Predictably, Thueanklang was at the heart of the action, working the ball through unselfishly for Keattiyot Chalaemkhet to smash an emphatic right-foot shot high into the net and delight the flag-waving home fans.

Thailand’s No9 then went from provider to goalscorer nine minutes into the second half, crashing a ferocious left-foot shot in off the underside of the crossbar to cap a speedy breakaway. Costa Rica were creating precious little at this stage but, out of nothing, they grabbed a lifeline with three minutes remaining when Diego Zuniga sent a magnificent left-foot shot flashing into the top corner.

However, the points were secured just a minute later when Jirawat Sornwichian restored Thailand’s two-goal cushion, chipping the ball past the advancing keeper and in off the right-hand post to spark loud cheering form the enthusiastic capital crowd.

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This is the best pic so far.
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FIFA will decision on 5 Nov.
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Anybody has FIFA Fustal WC specs ? What are stadiums minimum capacities ?
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Old November 6th, 2012, 02:37 AM   #54
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The regulations document on the official website only mentions that they have to be all-seaters, no mention to minimum capacity.
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Old November 6th, 2012, 01:26 PM   #55
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Indoor Stadium Huamark to host Futsal World Cup final

(FIFA.com) Tuesday 6 November 2012

© Getty ImagesOn the 3 and 5 November, a FIFA inspection group, including safety and security experts, carried out a thorough evaluation of the stadium site of the Bangkok Futsal Arena (BFA).

Following the report submitted by this group, a decision was taken today by the FIFA Futsal Committee, that the BFA will not be ready to host six matches on 14, 16 and 18 November.

Although further significant progress has been made, including the installation of a pitch, the key criteria laid out following the committee’s meeting on 31 October have not been sufficiently met.

The safety of spectators, teams and all other visitors to the stadium are of paramount importance. FIFA and the Local Organising Committee therefore concluded that such a fundamental issue, as well as the functionality of core services and facilities, cannot be compromised.

FIFA would like to acknowledge the round-the-clock efforts made to try and complete the construction of the Arena.

The quarter-final matches scheduled to be played on 14 November will now be played at Bangkok’s Nimibutr Stadium, whilst the semi-finals and final will be hosted at Bangkok’s Indoor Stadium Huamark. Both stadiums have already successfully hosted group stage matches.

The group stage of the competition concludes on Friday 9 November, with the knock-out stages commencing on 11 November.

Tickets that have been bought for the six scheduled matches at the Bangkok Futsal Arena will be valid at the new match venues. Further information will be communicated shortly for all spectators regarding this process.

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Paraguay advance, Thais wait

Paraguay have qualified for the knockout phase of the FIFA Futsal World Cup with battling 3-2 win over Thailand at a raucous Huamark Indoor Stadium. The hosts, for their part, must wait to find out if they can finish among the best third-placed teams, although they will wonder what might have been but for scores of missed chances.

The Thais went into the match knowing that a win would take them through but they endured a nightmare start, falling three goals behind inside the opening ten minutes. Adolfo Salas scored the first with a low shot from wide on the right that sneaked inside the far post, and Enmanuel Ayala – back from suspension – doubled their lead with a shot high into the roof of the net, his fourth goal in just two matches.

Thailand were actually dominating in terms of possession and shots on goal at this stage, but clinical Paraguay made them pay again soon after when Juan Salas side-footed into the unguarded net after Prakit Dankunthod had parried at the feet of Jose Luis Santander. It was looking grim for the Thais at this stage, but their customary comeback began just a minute later when star player Suphawut Thueanklang reacted first to shoot low into the net after a frantic penalty box scramble

The goal was greeted by a huge roar by the magnificent home support, and the excitement in the stands reached fever pitch five minutes into the second half when Victor Hermans’ side drew level. This time, Paraguay were caught out by Apiwat Chaemcharoen’s quickly taken corner, which the alert Jetsada Chomboon blasted high into the net.

The fans urged their team forward in search of an equaliser but composure was all too often lacking from the Thais’ energetic attacking play, and they now face an agonising wait before discovering if their FIFA Futsal World Cup adventure is at an end.

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Hosts out as Spain coast into quarters

Having won all of the sides' five previous meetings, all of which were friendlies, the European champions were firm favourites to progress and their Asian opponents looked cautious as they tried to gain a footing in the game.

Thailand were being cheered on by a vocal crowd but it couldn’t prevent them falling behind after nine minutes, with Torras rounding off a counter-attack. That looked to spark the War Elephants into life, testing Spain a number of times, but Torras was on hand to double the lead before half-time, converting a cross at the far post.

Having switched ends, La Roja went about winning the game in calm and controlled manner befitting their tag as one of the tournament favourites. Thailand were intent on giving the crowd something to cheer about but the Spaniards were ruthless in punishing their attacking forays.

Dispossessing them all too easily, Spain made it 5-0 before the midpoint of the second-half, with Fernandao converting crosses from Alemao and Alcardo, before the latter added another.

Thailand took the bold step of removing their goalkeeper in a bid to find their way back into the game, but they were made to pay for their cavalier approach. First Ortiz, and then Alvaro struck from behind the halfway line to find the gaping goal.

However, just over a minute from the end, they managed a breakthrough. Kritsanda Wongkaeo fired in to the bottom right-hand corner of Spain’s net to give them the goal they wanted. The side celebrated as if they had won the game and duly left the tournament on the back of a priceless moment.

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“We played a great match. It could have been a very difficult game but we made it look easy. I think the key to winning was scoring the third and fourth goals in the second half. I want to congratulate Thailand because they decided to play offensive football and that is very good for futsal,” Venancio Lopez, Spain coach.

“The difference today between Spain and Thailand is that when you take too many risks they’ll score. We had some chances when it was 0-0 but we failed to capitalise and against teams like Spain you must take the chances you have,” Victor Hermans, Thailand coach.

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Colombian dream ends as Brazil reach the final

Brazil will face Spain in Sunday’s FIFA Futsal World Cup final after overcoming a dogged Colombia side to win 3-1 at Bangkok’s Huamark Indoor Stadium. Gabriel emerged as the holders’ hero with two goals and an assist as the challenge of the tournament’s surprise packages was eventually brought to an end.

The Brazilians, as expected, dominated from the outset and Colombia’s outstanding keeper, Juan Lozano, had already been forced into two outstanding saves from Fernandinho by the time the deadlock was broken after just 41 seconds. On that occasion, Lozano was left helpless as Gabriel found a pocket of space just off the right flank and smashed a powerful left-foot shot low into the net.

The holders continued to dominate, but although the floodgates might have opened had it not been for Lozano’s heroics, Colombia kept themselves in contention and even managed a shock equaliser a minute before half-time. Completely against the run of play, Yeisson Fonnegra broke forward and played in Jhonathan Toro, whose left-foot shot flashed into the net off the inside of the right-hand post.

The introduction of Falcao in the second half signalled Brazil’s need for attacking inspiration, but when a moment of magic did arrive, Gabriel was again responsible. This time, even Lozano could do nothing to prevent the ball flying into the net, with the Barcelona star’s piledriver destined for the top corner as soon as it left his left boot.

The Brazil No6 was also heavily involved in the goal that doubled his team’s advantage, as it was his cross that the unfortunate Toro glanced beyond his own wrong-footed goalkeeper. Colombia battled valiantly in the closing stages, and threatened an equaliser on a couple of occasions, but they must content themselves with the third-place match, which their fellow South Americans again battle for gold.

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“I think it was a fair result. We started very well, scoring early, but we made life complicated for ourselves by not scoring the second goal. And the equaliser of Colombia put some pressure on us. In the second half, knowing that we had 20 minutes to qualify for another final, we played with more intensity in defence and we also attacked better. In fact, we never stopped attacking," Marcos Sorato, Brazil coach.

“We are disappointed by the result, but pleased with the performance of my players, who were able to match up for 20 minutes with the best team in the world. We were a bit unlucky, but I would rather highlight the great reaction of my players after that early goal. It's true that we were more attacking than in our previous games because we wanted to take advantage of our opponents' tiredness. But ultimately Brazil deserve to be in the final," Areny Fonnegra, Colombia coach.

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Spain final-bound after beating Italy

Spain have qualified for their fifth successive FIFA Futsal World Cup final with an accomplished 4-1 win over Italy at Bangkok’s Huamark Indoor Stadium.

It needed extra time to separate these sides when they met at the same stage of Brazil 2008, and this match – certainly in the first half - was every bit as tight and closely contested. The difference in the opening period was that Spain enjoyed the luck that, on a couple of occasions, deserted the Italians.

The first sign that it might not be the Azzurri’s day came after seven minutes, when Gabriel Lima nicked the ball past Juanjo but could only watch in agony as the ball rebounded to safety off the right-hand post. Then, two minutes later, another stroke of ill luck led to Italy falling behind, as an attempted cross from Torras deflected off the shin of Saad Assis and skidded beyond the wrong-footed Mammarella.

Spain might have been fortunate to be in front at half-time, but they began to exert their authority at the start of the second half, with Mammarella forced into fine saves to deny both Torras and Fernandao. The latter player was back for more after 25 minutes too, and this time it was Spain’s turn to curse lady luck as their No5’s delicate chip bounced back off the face of the post. But while Miguelin was also denied by the woodwork soon after as Italy struggled to hold on, the next time the net bulged, it was at the other end.

Spain only had themselves to blame too because it was a poorly timed substitution that allowed Alex Merlim to run through unchallenged on to Mammarella’s throw and flick the ball with the outside of his right foot beyond the isolated Juanjo. Italian celebrations didn’t last long though because, just 11 seconds later, Spain were level, with Torras picking out the run of Alemao and the No14 burying his close-range volley.

Lozano then scored a decisive third after Fernandao, taking advantage of Italy committing men forward, broke clear on the right and crossed for his team-mate to shoot low beyond Mammarella. And there was still time for Lin to round off a hugely impressive second half from Spain, skipping beyond his marker on the left and curling a right-foot shot just inside the far post.

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“I think the scoreline is a fair one because we really played a great match. We didn’t just win – we put on a real show. It was crucial for us to retake the lead quickly after Italy equalised because that way we didn’t allow them to gain any momentum. They tried to come forward but we were so good defensively that it was impossible for them. And, above all, we were clinical up front,” Venancio Lopez, Spain coach.

“First of all, I must congratulate Spain. They’re a great team and deserve to be in the final. We tried our best to play at the same level as them and we managed to equalise, but unfortunately we were a bit unlucky and conceded again almost immediately. After that, the match became easier for the Spanish because we pushed forward and left spaces for them to exploit,” Roberto Menichelli, Italy coach.

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