The National Stadium (Ramat Gan Stadium) has 41,583 capacity with 13,370 seats allocated in the new West Stand which also includes 328-seat VIP box and Press Box which can hold up to 148 media representatives.
The entire stadium area is 8.892 Acres, with the playing field’s area a standard 105m X 68m.
The Stadium has six luxury changing rooms, guest rooms, a hall for press conferences, a communications room, banquet and convention hall, rooms for the referees and rooms for medical examinations and drug checking.
The Stadium complex includes the offices of the Association, 2 training fields, center for medical sport and about 3900 parking places of which 400 are reserved.
The grass area of the Stadium is one of the most professional in the world and is based on the use of modern technology which includes an underground sprinkler system that is computerized, and an advanced underground drainage system.
In the stadium there is an advanced closed circuit television system which includes 52 cameras, an public address system and a system for emergency communications. In 2004 a a state-of-the-art lighting system was installed in the Stadium, that meets the highest standards in the world and gives effective lighting at a strength of over 1500 lux at every point of the playing field. The Ramat Gan Stadium is the only one in Israel that is permitted to host games within the framework national championships and it meets the stringent standards of FIFA and UEFA. In March 2007, before the game with England within the framework of the primaries for EURO 2008, the Association renovated the press booths, and added ADSL internet connections to each seating point in addition to the already existing WIFI wireless connections. In addition, a modular communications hall for about 250 news and media staff including internet connections and a guest room, was built.
In July 2007 within the reorganization of the Association – several of the Divisions were transferred to the ground floor among them: registration, professional and amateur league divisions, womens' division and Indoor football – but for important games, the hall will again be used for the news media.