The stadium which will host Inter and Lyon's meeting in the China leg of the International Champions Cup was opened in 2005 and holds more than 61,000

MILAN - Inter face Lyon at 19:35 local time on 24 July in their second friendly as part of the summer tour to China and Singapore. The match against the French side will be played at Nanjing's Olympic stadium, home to Jiangsu Suning FC.

The facility, which opened in 2005 at a cost of approximately €1 billion, holds a fraction under 61,500 seats. The arena also plays host to athletics and is part of the Nanjing Olympic Sports Centre. The centre covers an area of approximately 400,000m2 and, besides the stadium, also includes a swimming pool, an indoor gym and a tennis complex. The stadium also features two huge iconic red arches which tower over the facility and measure 360m in total.

Buy tickets for the Lyon game on the competition's official website here.


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