Tehelné pole or National football stadium (Slovak: Národný futbalový štadión) is a multi-use stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was completed in 2019 and is used for football matches, including the home matches of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and the Slovakia national football team. This project concerns mutual assistance between well-known Slovak entrepreneur Ivan Kmotrík as the owner of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and Government of Slovakia. The stadium has a capacity of 22,500 spectators, and replaced the old Tehelné pole stadium, which was demolished in summer 2013.
|Full name||Tehelné pole|
|Location||Viktora Tegelhoffa 4 Bratislava, Slovakia|
|Field size||105 x 68 m|
|Broke ground||July 2013|
|Construction cost||€ 98.5 million|
Slovakia national football team (2019–present)
Tehelné pole was a neighborhood in Bratislava, Slovakia, characterized by the presence of several sports facilities. Administratively, the neighborhood belongs to Nové Mesto borough, situated around 5 km north-east of the centre. The German and Hungarian names for this locality are Ziegelfeld and Téglamező.
|Service||Stop||Line||Walking distance from Tehelné pole|
|Tram||Nová doba, Odbojárov||4||300–400 m|
|Trolleybus||Zimný Štadión||204, 205, 207||600 m|
|Bus||Bajkalská, Nová doba||39, 53, 61, 63, 74, 75, 78, 98||200–250 m|
Drivers can park directly under the National Football Stadium. There are place for 994 cars. An additional 365 parking spaces offer the Ondrej Nepela Arena, which is approximately 300 m away from the stadium or Polus City Center, which offer 1.683 parking spaces. This shopping center is located on Vajnorská 100 street, which is 350 m away.
|16 January 2019 First match[a]||Slovan Bratislava||2–3||Sigma Olomouc||Friendly match|
|17:00 CET (UTC+01:00)||Moha 26'
|3 March 2019 First Slovak League match[c]||Slovan Bratislava||2–0||Spartak Trnava||Traditional derby|
|18:00 CET (UTC+01:00)||Šporar 50', 86'
|10 July 2019 First UCL match||Slovan Bratislava||1–1||Sutjeska Nikšić||1st qualifying round|
|20:15 CEST (UTC+02:00)||Ljubičić 41'
|Report||Kojašević 90+5'||Attendance: 11,250|
|24 July 2019 First Europa League match||Slovan Bratislava||2–1||Feronikeli||2nd qualifying round|
|18:00 CEST (UTC+02:00)||Nono 9'
Šporar 61' (pen.)
Hoti 62', 67'
|13 October 2019 First international match||Slovakia||1–1||Paraguay||Friendly match|
|20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00)||Boženík 59'||Report||Kaku 85'||Attendance: 6,669|
|4 December 2019 First Slovak Cup match||Slovan Bratislava||2–0||Žilina||Round of 16|
|18:30 CET (UTC+01:00)||Kaša 25' (o.g.)
Šporar 29', 41'
- Only a trial match.
- Limited capacity; access allowed to season ticket holders only.
- The official opening match.
Tehelné Pole Stadium has hosted 1 match of the Slovakia national team (1 friendly and 0 competitive games).
|Date||Artist or Event Title||Attendance|
|29 May 2019||Elán||~20,000|
|5 June 2019||Kabát||~26,000|
Other stadiums/venues nearbyEdit
Other stadiums or venues near Tehelné pole locality include Štadión Pasienky (built 1962), home ground for FK Inter Bratislava, ice hockey Ondrej Nepela Arena (built 2011), home of the team HC Slovan Bratislava and the National Tennis Centre (built 2003), which is used for Fed Cup as well as Davis Cup matches, concerts and other events.
- This match was officially behind closed doors due to UEFA sanctions against the home team. Under UEFA rules children aged under 14 were still allowed to attend such games (free of charge), with one adult for every 10 children also allowed entry to act as a supervisor.
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- "Kabát oslávil v Bratislave svoje 30. výročie, gratulovať prišlo 26-tisíc fanúšikov". hudba.zoznam.sk.
- Modern Tehelná NFS on the field with a capacity of 22,000 seats[permanent dead link]
- State to finance Sk3 billion football stadium
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