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Nepal300Dasarath Stadium in Kathmandu is Nepal's biggest, with a capacity of 25,000. In 1988, 93 people died there when supporters attempted to flee a hailstorm and a crush developed in the tunnel exit because the stadium doors were locked. The ground was renovated in 1998 for the following year's South Asian Games and again for the 2012 AFC Challenge Cup. It hosts the Nepal national team as well as various domestic clubs.

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