GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium is a sports stadium located in Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh. It has a capacity of 32,000 spectators. The memorable stadium was named in the memory of GMC Balayogi an speaker of Lok Sabha who died in the aeroplane crash.
It was built as the venue for the 2003 Afro Asian Games which was the first of its kind. The opening ceremony was held at this stadium and more than 30,000 (a full house) capacity came to watch the amazing opening ceremony. The opening ceremony was amazing with laser shows and dance performances.
GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium can be used for multi purpose for playing football, hockey, cricket, athletics, javelin throw, high jump, long jump and other games.
About 2800 Kuchipudi artists performed during the centuries old dance to earn a name in the Guinness World Records on 26th December 2010.
GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium is managed by Sports Authority of Andhra Pradesh. GMC Balayogi Athletic Stadium is located in Gachibowli. Its about 3 kilo meters drive from Hi-tech City X road.
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