|Lawson Tama Stadium|
|Lawson Tama Stadium during the 2000 Olympic Torch Relay|
|place||Honiara , Solomon Islands|
The Lawson Tama Stadium is a sports stadium in Honiara in the Solomon Islands , which is mainly used for soccer games. The stadium, which meets the FIFA standard, is designed for 25,000 spectators. Among other things, it hosted the 2004 OFC Nations Cup final between the Solomon Islands and Australia on October 9, 2004. This game was up to then with 21,000 spectators also the game with the highest number of spectators in Lawson Tama Stadium. In addition, all games of the main round of the 2012 Oceania Football Championship were played here. In addition, all games of the Telekom S-League , the country's top division, can be found here . The stadium is not covered, one side of the stadium has no stands, but a hill overgrown with grass.
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