|Stadion FK Crvena Stijena
|City of Podgorica
|FK Crvena Stijena, RK Podgorica, RK Budućnost
Tološi Stadium is a football stadium in Podgorica, Montenegro. Situated in the Tološi neighbourhood, it is used for football and Rugby union matches. It is the home ground of FK Crvena Stijena, and it's used by rugby teams Podgorica and Budućnost.
Tološi Stadium was built during 1964,
The Stadium was renovated in 2003, when the new stands were built. Today, the capacity of the stadium is 1,000 seats. From 2012, Tološi Stadium is used as a home ground of Podgorica Rugby union teams.
The pitch measures 105 x 65 meters. The stadium didn't met UEFA criteria for European competitions.
In addition to the main field is an auxiliary field, with one basketball court.
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