Ahmadou Ahidjo - Yaoundé


Yaounde Omnisports Stadium also known as Ahmadou Ahidjo Stadium, with its 40,000 seats, is used for Cameroon's national teams. Built and inaugurated in 1972, the stadium is located in the heart of the city, in the district of Mfandena. The complex has been renovated in 1981, 1996, 2016 and 2018.

The complex with a capacity of 40,122 seats includes a 105x68m natural grass playing area, surrounded by an 8-lane athletics track, a Media Center and Media Tribune. The infrastructure also in 2 training grounds that are complementary to the international standards for teams training, a gymnasium with 2,000 seats, a car park with 1,580 places including 145 for people with reduced mobility and a restaurant.

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