- Address: East Road, Abu Dhabi
- Country: United Arab Emirates
- Capacity: 42,000
- Opened: 1980
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Al-Jazira (football)
Extra stadium info – Al-Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium
The venue, which opened with a capacity of 15,000, hosted various home games of the national football team of the United Arab Emirates. They played their first-ever FIFA World Cup match in 1990. In 1996, the United Arab Emirates reached the final of the Asian championship for national football teams for the first time in their history. They faced Saudi Arabia in the final of the tournament. Saudi Arabia won the final after a penalty shoot-out.
The 2009 FIFA Club World Cup
In 2009, the stadium hosted its first-ever FIFA Club World Cup matches. One of those matches was a semi-final of the tournament. The Argentine side Estudiantes de La Plata won the match against the Korean side Pohang Steelers after Leandro Damián Benítez scored twice for the Estudiantes de La Plata. Denílson Martins Nascimento from Brazil scored the only goal for the Pohang Steelers in that game. 22,000 people attended the semi-final.
The 2019 AFC Asian Cup
In 2019, Al-Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium hosted its first-ever AFC Asian Cup matches. The national football teams of China, Iran, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates played knockout games at the venue during the tournament. One of those matches was a semi-final between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates. Qatar won the game 4-0. They faced Japan in the final of the tournament. Qatar won the Asian championship for national football teams for the first time in their history after beating Japan.
Al-Jazira, one of the first sports clubs from the Arab states of the Persian Gulf with a value of at least $10 million, use Al-Jazira Mohammed bin Zayed Stadium for home games. They won the top-flight football league of the United Arab Emirates in 2011 for the first time in their history. Al-Jazira drew an average attendance of 15,000 in 11 home matches in that domestic league season. In 2017, they were crowned football champions of the United Arab Emirates for the second time in their history.