HISTORY OF LUMPINEE

Lumpinee boxing stadium was established on the eighth of December, 1956. It’s one of Thailand ‘s seven standard boxing stadiums. It’s famous not only creating and producing leading Thai boxers but also promoting the arts of Thai boxing both domestically and internationally.

Lumpinee Boxing stadium also produces many western boxers to become world Championship holders. For domestic activities, it encourages to produce career to the boxers, the promoters including presents entertainment to all who are interesting in this particular sports.

Mission or Goal

    1. 1. Lumpinee boxing stadium is the Royal Thai Army affairs in order to give services to the Royal Thai army officials and support various departments of the Royal Thai Army.
    1. 2. Protect and promote the arts of Thai boxing to be the individual arts of the Thai people as U-DO of Japan and TEKWANDO of the Republic of South Korea.
    1. 3. Upgrade careen for Thai and western boxers to be the permanent and firm one.
    1. 4. Create the champion of the western boxers in order to promote the renown of the Thai nation.
    1. 5. Co-operate with various Institutions which aim to the same goal.

The Establisher

General Prapas Jarusatien

Responsible Agencics

1. The First Royal Guard Infantry Division from Dec, 1957 June, 1979
2. Army Welfare Department from Jul, 1979 present.

The Crown Property Bureau, owner of the land where the old stadium located, has a plan to develop its land in the Rama IV road to maximize the land’s business potential. Hence, the Bureau has requested Lumpinee Stadium, who rents the land on a year by year contract, to relocate to a new place. Gen.Prayut Chun-O-cha Commander in Chief has approved the Stadium to use the land of the Army Sport Development Center in the Ramintra area to build a new Lumpinee Stadium. With gorgeous and modern design, the new stadium will provide the fans of Muay Thai with great experience. Has started construction in August 2012, and was moved into a new stadium on … February 2014.

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Lt.Col.Tep Granlert
1961 – 1961

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Maj.Gen. Kunchitpadungpon
1961 – 1968

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Maj.Gen.Prasert Tumsiri
1968 – 1972

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Maj.Gen.Tongterm Ponsuk
1972 – 1975

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Maj.Gen.Chay Ditsayadet
1975 – 1979

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Maj.Gen.Asanee Samutsen
1979 – 1982

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Maj.Gen.Sawut Sripon
1982 – 1985

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Maj.Gen.Tawevit Niyomsen
1985 – 1988

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Maj.Gen.Calor Kongsuwun
1988 – 1991

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Maj.Gen.Vorapong Sungvorajasub
1991 – 1994

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Maj.Gen.Wat Kirtsawang
1994 – 1998

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Maj.Gen.Wunchai Ninkuei
1998 – 2001

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Maj.Gen.Anunsak Luksanalamai
2001 – 2004

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Maj.Gen.Pairoj Ratprasert
2004 – 2005

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Maj.Gen.Kittitat Bumnetpun
2005 – 2007

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Maj.Gen.Tira Kripanon
2007 – 2008

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Maj.Gen.Calermkiat Potongnak
2008 – 2010

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Maj.Gen.Surakai Chattumart
2010 – 2014

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Gen.Boonsanti Sansawad
2014 – 2015

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Gen.Rapeesak Thanapat
2015 – 2015

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Maj.Gen.Kasem Benjaniratisai
2015 – 2017

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MAJ.GEN Supanat Kaewhiurn
2017 – ปัจจุบัน