- Address: 44 Munsu-ro, Ulsan
- Country: Korea
- Capacity: 44,000
- Opened: 28 April 2001
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Ulsan Hyundai (football)
Extra stadium info – Ulsan Munsu Football Stadium
The construction of the venue, which is also known as the Big Crown Stadium, started in December 1998. The stadium opened in 2001 with a football match, which was won by Korea after defeating Brazil 1-0. It hosted 2002 FIFA World Cup matches of the national football teams of Brazil, Denmark, Germany, Türkiye, the United States and Uruguay. Ulsan Hyundai have been tenants of the stadium since 2001. They won the AFC Champions League in 2012 for the first time in their history. Ulsan Hyundai won the title after beating Al-Ahli SFC from Saudi Arabia. In 2020, they were crowned Asian football champions for the second time in their history. Ulsan Hyundai defeated the Iranian side Persepolis in the AFC Champions League final that year.