Dinamo Stadium (1951)

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The Dinamo Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Bucharest, Romania. It is used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of Dinamo București since its inception and until 2022, when the stadium didn't received the license to host matches from Liga I and Liga II.

Dinamo Stadium
Stadionul Dinamo
The venue in 2012
AddressŞoseaua Ştefan cel Mare, nr. 7-9
LocationBucharest, Romania
Coordinates44°27′18.30″N 26°6′08.80″E / 44.4550833°N 26.1024444°E / 44.4550833; 26.1024444
OwnerMinistry of Internal Affairs
OperatorCS Dinamo București
Field size105 x 65m
Renovated2001, 2008
Dinamo București (1951–2022)

History edit

The stadium was built in 1951. First match played here was Dinamo – Locomotiva Timișoara 1–0, on 14 October 1951.

In 2001, floodlights were added, and in 2006 a major renovation of the stadium began, enlarging the VIP section, and raising the capacity of the Tribune 2 stand. However, due to lack of funding the renovation has still not been completed. There are now plans to build a new arena, but administrative problems make progress very slow-going. New seats and a new scoreboard were added.[when?] Many important matches were held here including Dinamo against Everton and Bayer Leverkusen.

In April 2001, as the ground was broken during the work for the stadium's first renovation, a Second World War shell was discovered and extracted from a pit 20 meters away from the stands.[2]

Romania national football team edit

The following national team matches were held in the stadium:

# Date Score Opponent Competition
1. 11 October 2003 1–1   Japan Friendly match
2. 19 November 2008 2–1   Georgia Friendly match

Gallery edit

See also edit

References edit

  1. ^ "Dinamo Stadium" (in Romanian). fcdinamo.ro. Archived from the original on 2020-08-04. Retrieved 2012-10-23.
  2. ^ "Hallan un obús en el estadio del Dinamo de Bucarest" [A shell is found in Dinamo Bucharest's stadium]. Marca (in Spanish). 11 April 2001. Archived from the original on 18 April 2001. Retrieved 6 April 2021.