Puskás Ferenc Stadion metro station

Puskás Ferenc Stadion (Puskás Aréna) is a station of the M2 (East-West) line of the Budapest Metro. Puskás Aréna is located here, as well as the Budapest Sports Arena.

Puskás Ferenc Stadion
Budapest Metro station
Budapest, metró 2, Puskás Ferenc Stadion.jpg
LocationBudapest
Hungary
Coordinates47°30′00″N 19°06′21″E / 47.5°N 19.1058°E / 47.5; 19.1058Coordinates: 47°30′00″N 19°06′21″E / 47.5°N 19.1058°E / 47.5; 19.1058
Platforms2 island platforms
Construction
Structure typecut-and-cover underground
Depth4.71 metres (15.5 ft)
History
Opened1970
Services
Preceding station   Budapest Metro   Following station
Line 2

It was first opened on 2 April 1970 as part of the inaugural section of Line 2, between Deák Ferenc tér and Örs vezér tere[1] and named Népstadion (English: People's Stadium) until 1 January 2004. Between 2004 and 2011 the station's name was Stadionok (Stadiums). It is located in the 14th district of Budapest.

ConnectionsEdit

  • Bus: 95, 130, 195
  • Tram: 1
  • Trolleybus: 75, 77, 80, 80A

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Schwandl, Robert. "Budapest". urbanrail.