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National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby eujin » Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:15 am

Ansan Hallelujah

City: Ansan
Stadium: Ansan WA Stadium
Capacity: 35,000
Formed: 1980
Division: National League
Honours: K-League Champions 1983
Website: http://ashfc.com/

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The stadium is five minutes walk from Gojan Station which is on line 4 of the Seoul Subway. The stadium is clearly visible from the station and is two stops from Ansan Station.

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The West and East stands are covered, but there is access to all parts of the ground. The Korean Olympic Team sometimes uses this stadium.

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Re: Ansan Hallelujah

Postby eujin » Sun Nov 02, 2008 1:18 am

More photos.

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby eujin » Wed Sep 09, 2009 5:17 am

Goal.com: What do you think of introducing an up-and-down system to K-league?

Lee: I think we must have an up-down system. Not only do Japan and China have it, but also East Asian countries like Thai and Malaysian league have well-established up-and-down systems, except for South Korea. I feel sorry for that.

All those in favour of introducing an up-and-down system to the K-League say "aye".

Not only does Malaysia have it, but it's even dictated by the Bible. Jesus came down to the lower leagues when He was told to and went back up again after an unbeaten promotion run.

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby Gerd Bibimbapper » Wed Sep 09, 2009 12:42 pm

All those in favour of introducing an up-and-down system to the K-League say "aye".


A wholehearted "aye" from me - every league should have promotion and relegation (even the A-League :roll:).
Would it work without changing the current league formats (K3-National League-K1), I wonder?
How about three up, three down? (automatic and via the playoffs)

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby MipoFanatic » Sun Sep 13, 2009 3:16 pm

I missed seeing the half-time worship dance?!?

Lee Young-mu wrote:I believe, when a player who is not Christian joins the team, we have chance to preach the gospel to him.

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby Gerd Bibimbapper » Mon Sep 14, 2009 11:22 am

The team prays after the match.


At any other club, this would be 'The team looks for lost contact lense after the match.' :lol:

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby Waeguky » Sat Oct 01, 2011 12:38 am

A little note if visiting Ansan, not all games this season have been in main stadium. I turned up tonight and game was being played on practice pitch, it's behind the stadium just walk by and turn right. Can't miss it.

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby toffeebrandon » Sun Oct 02, 2011 11:24 pm

Yep, it was supposed to be a temporarary measure while the pitch was relayed at the end of July but all the games have been on the side pitch since. The main stadium gates were open oddly on Friday, so had a look inside and was astonished to see rugby posts up in there!

I'll try and find out what the future holds for the Wa Stadium and football.
Ansan & Everton fan

http://www.ansanfc.co.uk

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby Waeguky » Mon Oct 03, 2011 2:42 pm

While i was there i saw signs saying the sports festival had events there between 6th and 10th i think, maybe it's rugby?

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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby toffeebrandon » Mon Oct 03, 2011 5:08 pm

Didn;t see those but makes sense. Seems they et the stadium out to everyone and everything... bar the football club! :smt079
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Re: National League - Ansan Hallelujah - Ansan "Wa" Stadium

Postby MipoFanatic » Fri Nov 02, 2012 4:57 am

Ansan Wa~~ Stadium
Ansan H v Yongin City, Friday 4th May 2012, 7pm
Trail of the Lion King
http://trailofthelionking.com/2012/05/2 ... -2012-7pm/

Ansan Wa~~ Auxiliary Pitch
Ansan Hallelujah v Incheon Korail, Saturday 23rd July 2011, 7pm
Trail of the Lion King
http://trailofthelionking.com/2011/08/0 ... -2011-7pm/
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