Tiszaligeti Stadion

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Tiszaligeti Stadion
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Tiszaligeti Stadion
Location Szolnok, Hungary
Coordinates 47°10′5″N20°11′59″E / 47.16806°N 20.19972°E / 47.16806; 20.19972
Capacity 4,000
Tenants
Szolnoki MÁV FC

Tiszaligeti Stadion, is a multi-purpose stadium in Szolnok, Hungary. It is mainly used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Szolnoki MÁV FC of the Nemzeti Bajnokság I. The stadium has a capacity of 4,000 spectators. [1]

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