King Peter I Stadium

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King Petar I Stadium
Stadion na Banjici
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King Petar I Stadium
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King Petar I Stadium
Location within Belgrade
Full nameKing Petar I Stadium
Location Banjica, Belgrade, Serbia
Owner Rad Belgrade
Operator Rad Belgrade
Capacity 3,919
SurfaceGrass
Opened13 August 1977;43 years ago (1977-08-13)
Tenants
Rad Belgrade

King Petar I Stadium (Serbian : Стадион Краљ Петар Први, romanized: Stadion Kralj Petar Prvi) is the home ground of Rad Belgrade. It's also known simply as Rad Stadium. The all-seated stadium was named after King Petar I, a famous Serbian king from the early 1900s. The stadium has a seating capacity for around 3,919 [1] people.

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