Bežigrad Stadium

Bežigrad Stadium

Infobox Stadium
stadium_name = Centralni Stadion Bežigrad
nickname =

fullname = Bežigrad Central Stadium
location = Bežigrad, Ljubljana, Slovenia
coordinates = coord|46|4|8.84|N|14|30|30.60|E|type:landmark
broke_ground =
built = 1935
opened =
renovated =
expanded =
closed =
demolished =
owner = Joc Pečečnik,
Municipality of Ljubljana
operator =
surface = Grass
construction_cost =
architect = Jože Plečnik
structural engineer =
services engineer =
general_contractor =
project_manager =
main_contractors =
former_names =
tenants = NK Olimpija
seating_capacity = 8,211
dimensions =
scoreboard =

Bežigrad Stadium ( _sl. Bežigrajski stadion, Stadion Bežigrad), also known as the Bežigrad Central Stadium ( _sl. Centralni stadion Bežigrad) is a multi-use stadium in Ljubljana, Slovenia. It takes its name from the district of Bežigrad. It is closed for renovation, before it was used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of NK Olimpija.

The stadium was built in 1928 for the Catholic youth sport assiociation Orel. It was designed by architect Jože Plečnik.

The stadium was shut down in 2008 and works have been started to completly rebuild it.

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