Opened in 1997, the Sree Kanteerava Stadium has been home to Bengaluru FC since 2014, and has even hosted the Indian National Football Team.
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Bengaluru FC Stadium Guide
|Address:||2, Raja Ram Mohan Roy Rd, Nunegundlapally, D'Souza Layout, Sampanji Rama Nagar, Bengaluru, 560001|
|Names:||Sri Kanteerava Stadium|
|Architect:||SVEC Constructions Ltd.|
Sree Kanteerava Stadium History
The ground was opened in 1997, and was originally built over an old lake. It’s main purpose was as an athletics track, to host the 1997 national games.
In 2014 both the Indian National Team and Bengaluru FC started using this stadium for Football.
Although there are 4 stands, the south stand is the least developed, and is normally closed off during match days, bringing the total capacity to around 25,000.
Sree Kanteerava Stadium Seating Plan
Sree Kanteerava Stadium Away Section
Away fans are usually kept in the East Lower stand.
How to get to Sree Kanteerava Stadium
Where is Sree Kanteerava Stadium?
Bengaluru is a place famous for traffic congestion, it may be best to walk to the stadium or use public transport, rather than drive.
There is limited parking around the stadium during match-days so it’s recommended you find alternative ways of getting to the stadium.
Airports and Flying
The nearest airport is Kempegowda International Airport which is just a 1 hour drive from the stadium.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Sree Kanteerava Stadium?
Indian side Bengaluru FC play their home matches at Sree Kanteerava Stadium.
What is the capacity of Sree Kanteerava Stadium?
As of 2021 Sree Kanteerava Stadium has an official seating capacity of 25,000 for Football matches.
When was Sree Kanteerava Stadium opened?
Sree Kanteerava Stadium officially opened in 1997 and is home to Bengaluru FC
What is the postcode for Sree Kanteerava Stadium?
The postcode for Sree Kanteerava Stadium is 560001.
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Sree Kanteerava Stadium in 2021. Please visit the official website of Bengaluru FC for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.