Patong Boxing Stadium

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About the Stadium

Patong Boxing Stadium has fights every Monday, Thursday and Saturday Night. The stadium is owned by a Patong family with great local connections, as such more local Muay Thai gyms with Thai fighters appear to fight in regular rotation in this stadium.

The stadium is difficult to find and located off of a side street of Sai Nam Yen Road, Patong Beach. If you have never been to the stadium, you will have to ask a tuk tuk driver where to find the stadium. Lots of parking is available.

Ticket Prices

  • VIP – 1,800 THB
  • Ringside – 1,500 THB
  • Stadium Seats – 1,300 THB

 

Tips

  • Free T-Shirt with entry into the stadium.
  • Free pick up and drop off provided with the ticket price for all hotels in Patong, Kata and Karon beach, surcharge is charged onto the ticket price to the surrounding areas.
  • Buy 10 tickets and get the 11th free
  • Ringside and VIP seats are comfortable movie theatre style seats, waitress will serve you at the seats, and you are right near all of the action.
  • Stadium Seats are benches seats. They have good views, but can get crowded, hot and uncomfortable when the stadium is full.

 

Recommendation

  • If high season, splurge for Ringside seating, but ask for middle section.
  • If low season, Stadium seats are recommended.

 

Monday night is run by one longest running Promoters in Phuket, Promoter Nippon Wichadit. The common gyms to fight with this promoter are Tiger Muay Thai, Singpatong + Sitnumnoi, Rawai Muay Thai, Patong Boxing Gym and Patong Stadium Gym. This night is popular with tourists.
Thursday is on a rotation of 4 promoters Promoter Bow from Patong Stadium Gym, Promoter Somchai, Promoter Ajarn Buntam and Promoter Khun Chaiyat who change. This night is popular with tourists.
Saturday is run by Promter Num Noi Singpatong and Somsak Julka who are the owners and operators of Singpatong + Sitnumnoi Gym in Patong beach. The gym raises an army of 30 + Thai boys between the ages of 10 to 25 years old who come from impoverished areas of Thailand, and are raised in the gym. The gym has produced many Thai and international champions and Saturday Night is a night where the gym showcases their up and coming talent. This night is popular with local Thai gamblers, Muay Thai enthusiasts, and locals.

 

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