Stadium at night


The Port, Koningstad






St. Marks Koningstad (since 1974)
FC Kings (since 1990)

The Koningstadion (or Koningstad Stadium) is the second largest stadium in Brunant, holding 40,000 spectators. The Koningstadion is the home to St. Marks Koningstad and FC Kings, both of which play in the AFC's First league.

The stadium was built by Jensen Architects in 1974 in The Port of Koningstad. Koningstadion served as the main stadium for the 1988 World Football Championship and site of the final. The stadium was also one of the venues for the WFC 2012 and the site of the final, where Cape Verde beat Fiji 2-0.

It is also used as a music venue.

Buenos AiresEdit

Buenos Aires Stadium

Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires stadium was the first home venue for the club, built in 1912. Prior to that, the club played its matches in field in or near the Port district.

Buenos Aires was built in 1912-13 by owner Carlos Garozzo, and he named it after his hometown. The stadium had covered stands and seated 12,400. One of the most memorable games here was an 11-4 win over rivals Real Koningstad. The stadium was demolished in 1973 to make way for the Koningstadion.

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