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Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium had a capacity of 45,000, but it was later reduced to its current size of 33,000. Boris Paichadze, the founder and first president of Dinamo Tbilisi, originally built the Dinamo Stadium in 1936. The stadium was initially called the Dinamo Stadium and had a capacity of 45,000 people. However, work on the stadium stopped in 1933 due to World War II and only picked back up in 1943. The stadium has since been reduced in size to its current capacity of 33,000 people.

Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena

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History and description

The opening game was played against Dynamo Kiev on May 26, 1936. The 1989 renovation increased the capacity to 54,000.

Dinamo Stadium underwent an extensive reconstruction project between 1969 and 1976, resulting in a seating capacity of 78,000. The stadium reopened with a round of 16 Cup Winner's Cup match against Welsh side Cardiff.

The stadium recorded its highest attendance of 110,000 in 1979 when Liverpool hosted Dinamo in a round of 16 European Cup match.

Boris Paichadze National Stadium remained largely unchanged for the next three decades, and in 1995 it got renamed Dinamo Stadium.

Boris Paichadze Stadium underwent an extensive refurbishment in 2006 that reduced its capacity to its current number just under 55,000 seats. In 2011, the stadium was renamed Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena, followed one year later by a smaller refurbishment that included new seats.

The UEFA Super Cup final between Barcelona and Sevilla took place in the stadium in 2015.

How to get to the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena

The Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena is located in central Tblisi, a few blocks away from the main railway station, just north of the city centre. The stadium is located about 4 kilometers north of Freedom Square and 3 kilometers north of Rustaveli Square in the downtown area.

The metro station closest to the main railway station is Station Square. It is on the red line, and it passes most city center locations.

Address: 2 Tsereteli Ave., 0112 Tblisi

Dinamo Tblisi Tickets

Biletebi.ge is the website where you can buy Dinamo tickets online. The ticket windows of the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena are where you can buy Dinamo tickets in the week before and on the day of the match. Expect to pay between GEL 2.00 and GEL 10.00 for a ticket.

Photos of the Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena

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Useful Internet links

Fcdinamo.ge - Official website of FC Dinamo.

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The stadium had a capacity of 45,000, but it was later reduced to its current size of 33,000. Boris Paichadze, the founder and first president of Dinamo Tbilisi, originally built the Dinamo Stadium in 1936. The stadium was initially called the Dinamo Stadium and had a capacity of 45,000 people. However, work on the stadium stopped in 1933 due to World War II and only picked back up in 1943. The stadium has since been reduced in size to its current capacity of 33,000 people.

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