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Seoul E-Land Finally Return to the Seoul Olympic Stadium

After four struggling months in Cheonan, Seoul E-Land are set to return home to the Seoul Olympic Stadium this August. The Leopards will play five games at the historic ground over the course of the month. Here's a look at what they have in store.




Where Is It? 

Seoul Olympic stadium is located in Jamsil-Dong, and its subway stop is Sports Complex, on lines two and nine, exit 5 or 6. The stadium was built for the 1988 Seoul Olympics. The stadium has also been home to a number of Korean national team games in the past.



They are as follows: The stadium is the largest in Korea, with only 50 seats shy of the 70,000 mark. A truly unique stadium, it’s a must for any fans of sports. It has been home to Seoul E-Land since their inception in 2015.

More detail on its location can be found on Google Maps, Naver Maps and Kakao Maps


So Who’s Playing?

Seoul E-Land have five games over the month of August at home. They are as follows:

Sunday 04th August 2019, 8pm Kick off ~ Seoul E-Land vs Bucheon 1995

Monday 12th August 2019, 7pm Kick off ~ Seoul E-Land vs Suwon FC

Sunday 18th August 2019, 7pm Kick off ~ Seoul E-Land vs FC Anyang

Saturday 24th August 2019, 7pm Kick off ~ Seoul E-Land vs Ansan Greeners

Saturday 31st August 2019, 7pm Kick off ~ Seoul E-Land vs Busan IPark

What's in Store for the Fans?

Seoul are hosting a number of events and promotions in anticipation for their long-awaited return to Seoul. First, they are selling a three-game season ticket, called the "Come Back Home Ticket" for ₩10,000 (approximately $8.50). You can pick and choose which games out of the five above you wish to use your ticket for.

These can be purchased here

The Seoul faithful anticipate the return of the Leopards back to the Seoul Olympic Stadium this August
There will also be a number of food and refreshment trucks inside the stadium, so you don't miss any of the action whilst getting what you need to enjoy the game. There will also be the official Seoul E-Land club shop, where you can purchase many Seoul E-Land related apparel and souvenirs.

For the game against Bucheon 1995, Afreeca TV broadcaster Kang Eun-bi will be making an appearance. She will be part of the “High Five Zone” at the front of the stadium before the game, giving the fans the opportunity to meet her and players before kick-off.

Need Any Further Convincing?

Seoul E-Land hasn't had the greatest season on the pitch this year, only picking up their second win of the season the week prior to their return home. However, the passion and the entertainment on offer off the field is very appealing. The fans who go to the games are passionate and care about their team very much. As a welcoming club, it will be a highlight for any football fan, or casual on their visit to the stadium.

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