Akademik Stadium is a soccer stadium located in Sofia, Bulgaria with a capacity of 8,000 sitting and 2,000 standing for sports and expandable to 22,000 for concerts. The stadium complex consists of 1 grass field, 2 additional fields, 4 changing rooms and 1 cafe-bar, as well as halls for Tae Bo, boxing, judo, a dancesport hall and a gym.

Akademik Stadium
LocationSofia, Bulgaria
Coordinates42°41′7″N 23°22′7″E / 42.68528°N 23.36861°E / 42.68528; 23.36861Coordinates: 42°41′7″N 23°22′7″E / 42.68528°N 23.36861°E / 42.68528; 23.36861
Capacity10,000
Tenants
Akademik Sofia

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Ian Gillan Band at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010"
  2. ^ "1999.08.28 – Academic Stadium, Sofia, Bulgaria « The Prodigy On Tour". www.theprodigyontour.com. Retrieved 2016-02-02.
  3. ^ Motörhead at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010"
  4. ^ Alice Cooper at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  5. ^ Arena Muzika at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  6. ^ Halford and Slayer on one stage. "segabg.com". Retrieved on 26 October 2010[permanent dead link]
  7. ^ Whitesnake at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  8. ^ Judas Priest at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  9. ^ Arena Muzika at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  10. ^ INXS at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm".
  11. ^ Whitesnake at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  12. ^ KISS at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010
  13. ^ Limp Bizkit at Akademik Stadium. "Last.fm". Retrieved on 26 October 2010"
  14. ^ Scorpions farewell concert in Sofia. "ART BG". Retrieved on 26 October 2010 Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine"