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Şenol Güneş Stadium (Turkish: Şenol Güneş Stadyumu), officially known as Medical Park Stadyumu for sponsorship reasons, is a stadium located in Trabzon, Turkey.[2][3] It opened to public in December 2016 and has a capacity of 40,782[4] spectators.[5] It is the new home of Trabzonspor of the Süper Lig, replacing Hüseyin Avni Aker Stadium. It is named after the Turkish football manager and former goalkeeper of Trabzonspor and Turkey national football team, Şenol Güneş.

Medical Park Stadyumu
Şenol Güneş Stadyumu - Medical Park Arena.jpg
LocationTrabzon, Turkey
Coordinates40°59′56.8″N 39°38′45.4″E / 40.999111°N 39.645944°E / 40.999111; 39.645944Coordinates: 40°59′56.8″N 39°38′45.4″E / 40.999111°N 39.645944°E / 40.999111; 39.645944
Executive suites122
Capacity40,775 (2017–2018)
40,782[1]
Record attendance38,477 (TrabzonsporFenerbahçe, 28 January 2018)
SurfaceHybrid grass
Construction
Broke groundNovember 24, 2013
OpenedDecember 18, 2016
Construction cost230.000.000 TL
ArchitectASP Stuttgart
Tenants
Trabzonspor (2016–present)

In 2017 stadium cooperates with FUNTORO, installing interactive monitors in press seats, which provides live streaming, advertising system, players information etc.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ Akyazı Arena'nın açılış tarihi netleşti
  3. ^ Trabzonspor'un yeni stadı Akyazı Arena'nın son halinin fotoğrafları
  4. ^ [2]
  5. ^ "UEFA EURO24 Bid Brochure". Turkish Football Federation. p. 50.