Go Dau Stadium or Sân vận động Gò Đậu in Vietnamese is the home stadium of Becamex Binh Duong F.C who currently compete in the first division of the V.League. Capable of accommodating 18,250 supporters, the stadium is multi-purpose by design.
Go Dau Stadium is home to Becamex Binh Duong F.C who have come to be known as the “Chelsea of Vietnam” in recent years due to mega rich owner similar to the West London Club.
The club are now one of the most successful in the country, and recently won two back to back Championships in 2014 and 2015.
The highest level of football held at Gò Đậu Stadium is technically the group stages of the AFC Champions League, however Becamex Binh Duong have also reached the semi-finals of the AFC Cup in 2009.
Both competitions are the Asian equivalent of the Champions and Europa Leagues respectively.
The stadium features a one fully-covered main stand, state-of-the art floodlights and an athletics track around the perimeter of the pitch. It is very much built in the municipally owned, and multi-purpose mould.