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Old September 5th, 2009, 11:52 PM   #81
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So Man U, Arsenal and the rest go there and play with your national teams? thats a first for me, anyway good job.
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Manchester United in Kuala Lumpur
17 July, 2009
Michael Owen and the rest of the Manchester United team arriving at the Mandarin Oriental hotel on Friday.



Gary Neville arriving at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur with the rest of the Manchester United team on Friday. - GLENN GUAN/The Star



Patrice Evra signing an autograph for a Man United fan at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Kuala Lumpur on Friday. - GLENN GUAN/The Star



Man United fans waiting outside the Bunga Raya entrance at KLIA.



Man United fans waiting outside the Bunga Raya entrance at KLIA.



Manchester United players warm up during a training session at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on Friday. - GLENN GUAN/The Star

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Manchester United Asia Tour 2009
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Ticket information of Manchester United Asia Tour 2009
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Fixtures: Malaysia XI vs Manchester United
Match Date: 18 July 2009
Match Time: 5:30 pm
Match Venue: Bukit Jalil National Stadium



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But why, you don't have local teams that appeal and have a fan base? Which team uses the stadium right now?
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MALAYSIA XI VS MANCHESTER UNITED
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Ministry To Turn NSC Complex Into Sports City
February 24, 2009 17:12 PM

KUALA LUMPUR, Feb 24 (Bernama) -- The Ministry of Youth and Sports hope to go ahead with its plan to turn the National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil into a Sports City despite the economic crisis.

Its Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob said the proposal was still in the planning stage.

"We hope the Sports City will become a hub for all sports and not just a few selected sports," he told reporters after announcing the Malaysia International Sports and Trade 2009 (MISET'09) here today.

Ismail Sabri said the Ministry had earlier set up a committee to set up a Sports Museum as part of the initiative.

"The committee chairman Datuk Wira Mazlan Ahmad and the members are currently gathering articles or exhibits from ex-national athletes or their family members like legendary footballer, the late Mohktar Dahari to be displayed in the museum," he said.

Ismail Sabri added that a number of sports venues like the Panasonic Sports Complex (Matsushita Stadium in Shah Alam), Jalan Duta Hockey Stadium and the Jalan Duta National Tennis Centre would also come under the purview of the Ministry from March 1.

"In future, the Ministry will solely manage and administer all sports complexes while the National Sports Council's role will be to train athletes while the National Sports Institute takes charge of sports science," he said.

The idea of setting up a Sports City was mooted during the National Sports Convention held in November last year but the Ministry has yet to determine the budget for the purpose, he said.

Meanwhile, the two-day inaugural MISET to be held on June 26-27 and organised by the GK Group and the Malaysian Athletes Welfare Foundation, would see more than 30 countries exhibit and promote high quality and state-of-the-art sports equipment.

"Through the exhibition, Malaysia will become a hub for sports facilities and research, especially with the involvement of universities," he said.

-- BERNAMA
Setting Up Sports City, University Among Main Topics At National Sports Convention

KUALA LUMPUR, -- The setting up of a sports university and the transformation of the National Sports Complex (NSC) into a Sports City were among resolutions put forward during the National Sports Convention that ended at the Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) here Wednesday.

Although there were mixed reactions from the 250 participants for the setting of a sports university, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob did not discard the prospect of such a university in the future.

"The setting up of a sports university may become a reality in 10 years because many aspects need to be taken into account as it involves various ministries," he said.

According to Ismail Sabri his ministry would now concentrate on setting up more sports schools with the main objective being the setting up of a sports school in every state.

Currently there are two sports schools in the country, namely the Bukit Jalil Sports School and the Bandar Penawar Sports School in Johor.

He added that the setting up of a sports university would come under the purview of the Higher Education Ministry and certainly lead to a question of autonomy, based on what had been experienced in the setting up of sports schools.

In the two sports schools, the academic aspect comes under the purview of the Education Ministry while the sports activities are handled by the Ministry of Youth and Sports through the National Sports Council.

The contention among participants during the convention was whether academic excellence would take precedence over sports or the other way round.

Some participants feared that the same predicament would befall once the sports university was set up.

Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) vice president Datuk Seri Dr Ibrahim Saad suggested that the Youth and Sports Ministry can adopt a similar approach to that of the Royal Military College (RMC) in Sungai Besi whereby the Defence Ministry takes full responsibility of the administration while the academic part comes under the Education Ministry.

"Since RMC comes under the Defence Ministry, an army-styled culture is adopted but they also excel in academic qualifications and when the Ministry of Youth and Sports sets up a sports university, it should follow a similar module," said Dr Ibrahim.

On a proposal to re-model the NSC as a Sports City, Ismail Sabri said the matter would soon become a reality as the Cabinet had last month approved a proposal to acquire land around the NSC for development.

The Ministry would set up a Sports Muzium and commercial stalls at vacant locations at stadiums situated in Bukit Jalil, he said.

"Upon completion, the area will become a one stop Sports City centre for all sporting activities," he said.

Another important topic discussed at the convention was the importance of applying sports science in training at the grassroots and putting in place a comprehensive welfare scheme that would benefit competitive athletes or those who retire.

All resolutions at the second convention and those from the first convention in Langkawi held in 1996 would be incorporated into the National Sports Policy that was currently being updated.

-- BERNAMA
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Old October 11th, 2009, 12:25 AM   #85
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What is this new Sports City in Bukit Jalil going to consist of? The existing sports facilities, including this stadium, and anything else?
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Old October 11th, 2009, 08:39 AM   #86
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National Sports Complex (NSC)
Bukit Jalil, KUALA LUMPUR

National Stadium
KUALA LUMPUR
Capacity: 100,200



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City : Kuala Lumpur
Stadium : Bukit Jalil Stadium
Capacity : 100,200
Built : 1998
Seats : all-seater



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Bukit Jalil National Stadium (Malay: Stadium Nasional Bukit Jalil) in Bukit Jalil, located in the National Sports Complex to the south of the capital city of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur, is a 100,000 capacity all-seater, multi-purpose stadium that was built in 1998 to host the 1998 Commonwealth Games. Bukit Jalil's capacity makes it the joint eighth largest stadium in the world, alongside Melbourne Cricket Ground. It was built by United Engineers Malaysia Bhd and completed three months ahead of schedule. Designed to host a multitude of events, the National Stadium is the central and most prominent sports building at the 1.2 km² National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil.

List of structures and amenities
Stadium
Stadium Nasional
Stadium Putra
Stadium Hockey Nasional
National Aquatic Centre
National Squash Centre

Miscellaneous
National Sports Council Headquarters
Bukit Jalil LRT Station


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National Aquatic Centre
National Sports Complex, Bukit Jalil, KUALA LUMPUR

The fully-covered center has permanent seating for 4,000 spectators and temporary seats for 2,000 more. The Olympic-size swimming pool at the National Aquatic Centre complied with international specifications and can hold world class events.

It has competition pools for swimming, diving and synchronized swimming, all built within the regulations of the world swimming body, the International Swimming Federation (FINA).







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National Hockey Stadium
National Hockey Stadium 1, a facility big enough to house 12,000 seated spectators, boasts a competition Astroturf type 90 pitch besides a space frame system.





National Hockey Stadium 2, dedicated to cater for training stints is an Astroturf 90 playing pitch, is capable of accommodating 2,000 seated audience of which 1,000 are covered seating.





Putra Indoor Stadium
Entrance to the stadium and movement within the facility is made easy with three main entrance and surrounding pedestrian plazas. Sixteen thousand spectators can comfortably enjoy concerts, expositions, gatherings and conferences as there are 13,000 permanent and another 3,000 retractable seats. In addition, you will enjoy the conditioned air fed through the diffusers beneath your seat.





National Squash Centre
Boasting German technology, the centre has 10 modifiable courts, meaning a flick of switch gets you eight doubles courts. In addition, you can move the high-density fibre-boarded walls to form a bigger court. The Centre Court is extra special because of the 12mm thick reinforced armour plated walls and is adjustable for singles and doubles events. The Centre Court can also house an astounding 1000 seating capacity.



River Park
The banks of Sungai Kuyoh, the stream separating Family Park and National Hockey Stadium from the rest of stadiums at the National Sports Complex, is stroller's paradise.



Family Park
The Bukit Jalil Family Park is a place to enjoy an outdoor activity without having to worry about the facilities needed, be it a campfire ground or a friendly football match.



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Asian Games more prestigious than Commonwealth Games, says minister
Saturday August 08 2009
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PM Datuk Seri Mohd Najib and Datuk Ahmad Shabery (2nd from right) at the
officiating of the Malaysian Sports Industry Convention 2009 in Kuala Lumpur today.
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KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 7 — In announcing that Kuala Lumpur will bid to host the 2019 Asian Games, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Ahmad Shabery Cheek declared that the Asian Games is more prestigious than the Commonwealth Games.

“Malaysia has the experience to host world-class games like when we hosted the Commonwealth Games in 1998. I believe with that experience Malaysia can host the Asian Games, which is the more prestigious of the two,” he told reporters here today.

Ahmad Shabery said his ministry would inform the Cabinet about the intention to get its approval for the bid.

He said this after attending the officiating of the Malaysian Sports Industry Convention 2009 which was done by Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Razak here today.

He said the various international standard sports facilities at the Bukit Jalil Sports Complex will also be a basis for the bid process.

He hoped that all quarters would come together and cooperate with the government to ensure that Malaysia won the bid to bring the games to Kuala Lumpur.

The 2010 Asian Games will be held in Guangzhou, China and the 2014 games in Incheon, South Korea.

On another development, Ahmad Shabery said the area around the National Sports Complex in Bukit Jalil will be developed into a one-stop centre for all sports activities including having stores that sold sports equipment.

“The ministry has appointed a consultant to study the proposal to make the sports complex area a sports city,” he said.


Kuala Lumpur had previously bid to host the 2006 Asian Games but narrowly lost in the last hurdle to the city of Doha, in Qatar, amid accusations of underhanded tactics used by the Arab nation in securing votes from member countries. – Bernama
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Huge and imponent stadium. I dono like athletic stadiums, but this one is very interesting.
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malaysia cup 2009 final

kelantan(1) vs negeri sembilan


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Does this stadium have a stadium tour? Or is it possible to see the inside from another way?
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Old December 23rd, 2009, 07:09 PM   #92
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This stadium is amazing!
I really wait that here in Brazil we'll have stadiuns like this...
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Kompleks Sukan Negara: National Sports Complex



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Malaysia (u-23) VS South korea (u-21/2012 olympic team)
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July 25th 2010

Malaysia 1-0 South Korea

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Congratulationsss...
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Currently this stadium is under renovations..
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Currently this stadium is under renovations..
...is it about the track???
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