Mekelle 70 Enderta


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2007 (14 years old)


Tigray Stadium
(60,000 Capacity)

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Mekelle, Ethiopia


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05 Dec 20 Mekelle 70  0 - 0  Al-Ahly Benghazi
28 Nov 20 Al-Ahly Benghazi  0 - 0  Mekelle 70
25 Aug 19 Mekelle 70  1 - 1  Cano Sport
10 Aug 19 Cano Sport  2 - 1  Mekelle 70

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Mekelle 70 Enderta FC (Amharic: መቐለ 70 እንደርታ, Tigrigna: ጋንታ መቐለ 70 እንደርታ) is an Ethiopian Football Club based in Mekelle, Ethiopia. They are a member of the Ethiopian Football Federation and currently play in the top division of Ethiopian football, the Ethiopian Premier League. The club was promoted to the Ethiopian Premier League for the first time after the end of the 2016–17 season. In the 2018/19 season Mekelle 70 Enderta became champion of the Ethiopian Premier Leagueand represented Ethiopia at the 2019 CAF Champions League but fall short in the first round.

Currently the club is one of the leading teams in the 2019/2020 Ethiopian Premier League.

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Tigray Stadium is a multiuse stadium in Mekelle, Ethiopia. The stadium has a capacity of over 60,000 people.

Tigray Stadium was opened to the public in 2017, before the completion of the final phase of construction. As a result, Football Matches & other public events have been held without adequate seating & roofing. The stadium is home to 5 football clubs based in the Tigray region including Mekelle 70 Enderta FC, Shire Endaselassie F.C., Welwalo Adigrat University F.C. and Dedebit FC. Notably, the overuse of the stadium's facilities has contributed to construction delays.



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