- Address: Soreang
- Country: Indonesia
- Capacity: 27,000
- Opened: 26 April 2005
- Main use: Football
Extra stadium info – Stadion Si Jalak Harupat
The venue, which is located on the island of Java, is also used for athletics. On 1 June 2022, the national football team of Indonesia played their first game at the stadium named Stadion Si Jalak Harupat. They faced Bangladesh in that game, which ended in a goalless draw. The team which is currently known as the national football team of Indonesia played their first-ever FIFA World Cup match against Hungary. The Hungarians won the world championship match.
The 2023 FIFA U-17 World Cup
The stadium hosted matches for the 2023 FIFA U-17 World Cup. The first FIFA U-17 World Cup game at the venue named Stadion Si Jalak Harupat took place on 11 November 2023. Japan won the world championship game after beating Poland 1-0. Later that day, Senegal won the stadium’s second FIFA U-17 World Cup match after defeating the Argentine Republic, commonly known as Argentina.
More FIFA U-17 World Cup games
On 12 November 2023, Venezuela defeated New Zealand in the third FIFA U-17 World Cup match at the venue named Stadion Si Jalak Harupat. The same day, the stadium hosted a game between the United Mexican States and Germany. The Germans won the match. On 14 November 2023, Senegal defeated Poland in the fifth FIFA U-17 World Cup game at the venue. Later that day, the stadium hosted a match which was won by the Argentine Republic after beating Japan. Several more FIFA U-17 World Cup matches took place at the venue.
Persib and the Asian championship for football clubs
Persib, one of the first sports clubs in the world with 10 million followers on its main social media page, played numerous home games at the stadium named Stadion Si Jalak Harupat. They were crowned Indonesian football champions several times. Persib played games in the tournament which is currently known as the AFC Champions League. The tournament is known as the Asian championship for football clubs.