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Arena Na?ional?: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Arena Nationala was built on the site of Romania's previous national stadium, Stadionul Na?ional Lia Manoliu, which closed its doors in 2007.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Arena National? got built on the site of Romania's previous national stadium, Stadionul Na?ional Lia Manoliu, which closed its doors in 2007. The construction of the new stadium began in 2008 and was completed in 2011. During the building works, it was decided to equip the stadium with a retractable roof.

Thousands of visitors came to see the matches and the stadium was fully booked for the first two months. The Arena Nationala, which officially opened on September 6, 2011 with a match between Romania and France (0-0), has been phenomenally successful in attracting visitors. Within the first two months of its existence, it was completely sold out every game.

The stadium is owned by the city of Bucharest, and can be rented by any football club. From the start of the 2012/13 season, Dinamo decided to play all their home league matches at the stadium, though scheduling issues may sometimes force them back to their traditional home, Stadionul Dinamo.

The Arena Nationala initially served as FC Steaua's home stadium for high-profile league games and all their European games, but in 2015 they decided to play all of their home games at the stadium.

It is currently used for football matches and concerts.

The Arena Nationala has been selected as one of the playing venues of the 2020 European Championships.

How to get to the Arena Nationala

The Arena National? is located in the east of Bucharest and is slightly more than 4 kilometers from the city center. The main railway station, Gara de Nord, which lies north-west of the center, is about 7 kilometers away from the stadium. The stadium is located a 15-minute walk away from the metro station Pia?a Muncii, which is on the (semi-)circular M1 line. To get to the stadium, take the metro from Gara de Nord in the direction of Dristor 2. From the center, for example station Pia?a Unirii or Izvor, make a change at Distror 2 station.

You can catch bus 86 or 90. Bus 86 stops at the main railway station and runs along Bd. Dacia (north of the center). Bus 90 passes over Bd. Regina Elisabeta and Bd. Carol I right through the city center.

It gets closer to the stadium, but is more crowded.

In all cases your stop is Stadionul Na?ional.

Address: Bulevardul Basarabia 37-39, Bucure?ti

Eat, drink, and sleep near Arena Nationala

The Arena Nationala is located in a residential area. There are a few places to eat or drink around the park on Bd. Basarabia south of the stadium, but in general it would be better to do this in Bucharest's city centre. There are no hotels located directly near the Arena Nationale, but a few options are located nearby at walking distance from the Pia?a Muncii metro station. The Golden Tulip Times Hotel is the most upscale option, whereas Hotel Byblov and Hotel Bliss Confort are more basic, and therefore cheaper options.

Which hotels are near the Arena National? To answer this question, one need only look around central Bucharest - within walking distance to, for example, the old town or Pia?a Romana. Alternatively, take the train to Gara de Nord station and be located in close proximity to all that the Arena National has to offer.

Dinamo Bucharest Tickets

Tickets for Dinamo Bucureşti matches can be bought online, by phone +40 0752 121 159, or in person at the ticket windows of Stadionul Dinamo or Arena Nationala in the days before the match. Dinamo only sells tickets for the lowest tier of their stadium. Prices typically range from RON 15.00 for a seat behind the goal to RON 70.00 for a central seat at the main stand. Tickets for the other side go for RON 25.00 and RON 40.00, but prices are increased for a few high-profile matches.

Steaua Bucharest Tickets

Tickets for Steaua games can be bought online, or from the tickets windows of the Arena Nationala. Ticket prices can depend on the opponent, but expect to pay from RON 15.00 for a seat behind the goal to RON 100.00 for a central seat at the main stand. Tickets for the other side cost either RON 35.00 or RON 60.00.

Relevant Internet links

The FC Steaua Bucuresti website is the official website of the club. The FC Dinamo Bucuresti website is the official website of the club, as well as the Arena Na?ional? website. The Nab.ro website is the official website of the city of Bucharest. The RomaTourism website provides tourism information for Bucharest. Metrorex.ro provides information on using the Bucharest metro, while Ratb.ro provides public transport information for Bucharest. After the game, you are required to leave all cameras and external batteries in a small room. You will receive a ticket that you have to return in order to get your items back. All coins are taken away by security guards. The ground is nice, but I do not think I would come back there for a league game of Steaua.

After the game, you can leave your cameras and external batteries in a small room and collect them after the game. You will get a ticket that you have to return in order to get your items back. All coins are taken away by security guards. The ground is nice, but I would really come back there maybe for a Liga or Steaua game.

It is definitely worth visiting Bucharest to see Arena Nationala - going to the game and then returning home afterwards is definitely a unique experience. However, finding a taxi after the game can be difficult, as there are many fans who are happy to take them.

Bucharest is an amazing city to visit and I would highly recommend that you go and see Arena Nationala. However, coming back afterwards can be really tough.

Nasui Ionut Adrian wrote: September 3, 2013 at 9:37 am The stadium belongs to the Romanian Football Team, but sometimes Dinamo Bucharest and Steaua Bucharest play on it. But it belongs to the National Team.

The stadium belongs to the Romanian Football Team, but it can sometimes be used by Dinamo Bucharest and Steaua Bucharest. But it belongs to the National Team.

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