Stadion Goce Delčev

The Goce Delčev Stadium (Macedonian: стадион "Гоце Делчев") is a multi-purpose stadium in Prilep, North Macedonia. The total capacity is 15,000 (7,000 seats with a VIP/Media capacity of 400)[2] and is named after Macedonian revolutionary Goce Delčev. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FK Pobeda and FK 11 Oktomvri. The stadium has been used as an alternative home ground of the Toše Proeski Arena for the North Macedonia national football team and has hosted the Macedonian Cup final on two occasions.[3] In 2021 Goce Delčev Stadium was completed renovated after 5 years.[4]

Стадион Гоце Делчев
Goce Delčev Stadium
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Full nameStadium Goce Delčev
LocationVasko Karangeleski bb
Prilep, North Macedonia North Macedonia
Coordinates41°20′37″N 21°33′43″E / 41.34361°N 21.56194°E / 41.34361; 21.56194Coordinates: 41°20′37″N 21°33′43″E / 41.34361°N 21.56194°E / 41.34361; 21.56194
OwnerPrilep Municipality
Capacity15,000[1]
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Renovated2016–2021
Tenants
FK Pobeda

International fixturesEdit

Date Competition Opponent Score Att. Ref
North Macedonia  
27 March 1996 Friendly   Malta 1–0 3,000 [1]
26 April 2000 Friendly   Albania 1–0 3,000 [2]
17 April 2002 Friendly   Finland 1–0 5,000 [3]
20 August 2003 Friendly   Albania 3–1 3,000 [4]
15 November 2011 Friendly   Albania 0–0 4,500 [5]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ http://stadiumdb.com/stadiums/mkd/stadion_goce_delcev
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2017-08-01. Retrieved 2012-04-30.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ Metalurg-Teteks 2:0; Metalurg prevail in Macedonian Cup final
  4. ^ "По 1.903 дена и повеќе од пет години Победа се враќа дома". August 2021.

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