Voždovac Stadium

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Voždovac Stadium
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Voždovac Stadium
Location within Belgrade
Full nameBojan Majić Stadium
Location Voždovac, Belgrade, Serbia
Coordinates 44°46′29.6″N20°29′24.7″E / 44.774889°N 20.490194°E / 44.774889; 20.490194 Coordinates: 44°46′29.6″N20°29′24.7″E / 44.774889°N 20.490194°E / 44.774889; 20.490194
Owner Voždovac Belgrade
Operator Voždovac Belgrade
Capacity 5,175
Acreage 74.600 m2
Surface Turf
Construction
Broke ground2011
Built1912, 2011-2013
OpenedAugust 2013
Demolished2011
Construction costapproximately 22 million
(2011-2012 construction)
Tenants
Voždovac Belgrade

Voždovac Stadium is a football stadium in Belgrade, Serbia, and is the home ground of Voždovac Belgrade. One of the few rooftop stadiums in the world, it is built on the top of a shopping center [1] in Voždovac and opened in August 2013. [2]

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History

The old venue of Voždovac, was a multi-purpose stadium in the Voždovac neighborhood of Belgrade, Serbia. It was used mostly for football matches. The stadium was demolished in 2011.

Rooftop stadium

The new stadium began construction in 2011 along with the establishment of a new shopping center in the Zaplanjska street in Voždovac. It has a seating capacity of 5,175. [3] The stadium meets all UEFA standards for matches in the UEFA Europa League and the UEFA Champions League. [4]

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References

  1. Pantić, N. (2011-02-18). "Stadion na krovu FK „Voždovac"". www.novosti.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 2016-04-19.
  2. "VIP Vozdovac". Professional picks. Retrieved 2016-04-19.
  3. Iljukić, N. (2012-10-22). "Voždovac pod oblacima!". www.novosti.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 2016-04-19.
  4. Grković, Branislav (2011-02-17). "Grade tržni centar sa stadionom na krovu". Blic.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 2016-04-19.