The Channel 7 Stadium in Bangkoks is right after Lumpinee and Rajadamnern Stadium the third most important in whole Thailand. The stadium itself is actually a huge TV studio with a boxing ring in the middle. The Stadium of Channel 7 is operated by the Royal Thai Army.
General Information Channel 7 Stadium Bangkok
998/1 Phahon Yothin 01.18
Located close to Chatuchak Park and Market, and the Mochit Bus Depot. Skytrain station Mo Chit.
Royal Thai Army
VIP seats 300 baht
The history of the Channel 7 Stadium, Bangkok
The Channel 7 Stadium in Bangkok is actually a large TV studio. It was converted into a Muay Thai Boxing Ring to provide a platform for the weekly Muay Thai broadcasts into the whole country. The Channel 7 Muay Thai Stadium in Bangkok is one of the most renowned and popular venues for Muay Thai fights in the Thai capital. Named after the TV channel of the same name, the stadium provides an impressive setting for thrilling and action-packed Muay Thai events. With its state-of-the-art facilities and the capability to broadcast fights live on television, the Channel 7 Muay Thai Stadium regularly attracts both locals and tourists who want to experience the exciting world of Thai kickboxing. The fights here are of the highest quality and offer a captivating glimpse into the rich culture and tradition of Muay Thai in Thailand. It’s definitely a must-visit for anyone traveling to Bangkok and looking to experience the enthralling world of Muay Thai.
When to watch Muay Thai fights in the Channel 7 Stadium?
Every Sunday from 13.45h and every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 12:00h