Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Hawla Indoor Stadium

The last time I was inside the stadium, it was not yet complete and had not yet been named Hawla Stadium and was called Pitar te tlang stadium, now it has been named after CM of Mizoram Lalthanhawla. Below are photos taken in 2011 and now recent photos from 2018 Mizoram Super League games.










Pitar te tlang Indoor Stadium maybe the biggest Indoor stadium in Mizoram once completed, some photos of the Indoor stadium under construction.

1. Overfiew of the stadium

Rajiv Gandhi Stadium

Mualpui stadium has now been renamed Rajiv Gandhi Stadium after completion and remains the home ground for Mizoram Team as well as Aizawl FC. Below are some photos after 7 years of visit in 2018  to the stadium. The last time I visited in 2011 it was under construction and yes the children in the photo have also grown up now.









Mualpui stadium aka Rajiv Gandhi Stadium in Mualpui, Aizawl, Mizoram. Some data about the stadium undergoing construction from misual.com

  • Site area: 15.56 acres
  • Stadium coverage – 28440.47 sq.m.
  • Capacity: 20 000
  • Facilities:
  • 105x68m football pitch ( FIFA recomended size, tunlai stadium a hman ber, eg. Wembly, ManCity etc.)
  • IAAF 400m synthetic track
  • Team Rooms – 4 nos.
  • VIP lounge
  • Offices for various State sports bodies
  • Conference rooms – 2 nos.
  • Dormitories – 3 nos. ( 68 beds)
  • Kitchen and services
  • Media Center
  • Medical room
  • Concession stands ( Thil zawrhna)
  • Parking (Approx. 600 cars)


1. Over view of the Mualpui Stadium area