The stadium hosted three matches of 2002 FIFA World Cup, including Denmark vs. Uruguay, Brazil vs. Turkey, and the quarter-final match between Germany and USA.
Nicknamed as the Big Crown Stadium, the Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium is located in Ulsan, South Korea. The design of the stadium draws its imagery from the Ulsan’s symbols such as the Silla Crown, the dolphin & the crane etc. Built with the purpose to host the 2002 FIFA World Cup matches, it was constructed at the cost of US$116.5 million. It is the replacement of Ulsan Complex Stadium and adjacent to Munsu Park, enveloping bicycle course, fountain, lake, and lakeside square. It also has an auxiliary stadium with a seating capacity of 2,590. Since it became operative on 28th April 2001, it has hosted several international football matches and FIFA World Cup matches. This huge stadium with the seating capacity of around 44,102 is home to the Ulsan Hyundai FC.
On 5th April 2003, South Korea spectacularly smashed North Korea by 3-1.
The 2002 FIFA Quarterfinal match of Germany vs. United Sates on June 21st was one of the most exciting match held at the stadium.
The South Korean soccer team marked a splendid victory over Mexico’s team on June 1, 2001.
On 3rd June, Brazil defeated Turkey by 2-1 at 2002 FIFA World Cup match.
On the very opening day of the Ulsan Munsu Soccer Stadium on 28th April 2001, South Korea outplayed Brazil by 1-0, escalating the joys of the Korean soccer fans to far greater heights.
Denmark won the 2002 FIFA World Cup match against Uruguay by 2-1 on June 1, 2002.