The Tomori Stadium in 2015.
|Owner||Municipality of Berat|
|Record attendance||16,500 Tomori–Albania |
(15 May 1985)
|Opened||15 May 1985|
|Construction cost|| $1.85 million|
($4.31 million in 2018 dollars )
|Tomori Berat (1985–present)|
Tomori Stadium (Albanian : Stadiumi Tomori) is a multi-use stadium in Berat, Albania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Tomori. The stadium holds 17,890 people.
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The Tomori Stadium has hosted 1 friendly match of the Albania national football team
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|6 August 1988 International Friendly|| Albania ||0–0||Berat, Albania|
|16:00||report||Stadium: Tomori Stadium|
Referee: Dhori Prifti (Albania)
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