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Stadion Partizana: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The construction of the stadium began on May 11, 1931 with a ceremony in which King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and his wife Queen Draga attended. The stadium cost 220 million dinars to build, and it was inaugurated on October 3, 1932 with a match between BSK Beograd and Red Star Belgrade. The Stadion Partizana was built on the site of the BSK Stadium, which had stood before. The construction of the stadium began on May 11th 1931 with a ceremony in which King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and his wife Queen Draga attended. The stadium cost 220 million dinars to build, and it was inaugurated on October 3rd 1932 with a match between BSK Beograd and Red Star Belgrade

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The new stadium, Stadion Partizana, was built on the site of the former BSK Stadium, home of OFK Beograd. Stadion Partizana officially opened on 9 October 1949 with an international between Yugoslavia and France. However, it didn't officially open until 1951 due to construction delays.

. The stadium originally had a rectangular shape with a capacity of 55,000 people. However, in 1989 it was renamed to Stadion JNA in honor of the former communist Yugoslav army.

The stadium underwent renovations in 1998 following FIFA requirements, leading to its conversion into an all-seater and consequent reduction in capacity.

A new stadium for Partizan was proposed in the last decade, but all plans eventually fell through. Instead, renovations were done on the present stadium.

How to get to Stadion Partizana

The Stadion Partizana is located south of the city of Belgrade, about 3 kilometres from the city centre and main railway station. The Stadion Crvena Zvezda lies only a few hundred metres further south. It is a long walk, but it can be done in around 40 minutes if you start from the main railway station or southern edges of the city centre. The walk from Saint Sava Church, one of Belgrade's landmarks south of the centre, takes around 25 minutes.

Alternatively, the stadium can be reached by tram 9, 10, and 14 which all depart from the main railway station. Tram 9 departs from the railway station itself, tram 10 from the historic centre (e.g. Cara Dusana street), and tram 14 from Ta?majdan Park (which line 10 also passes). Get off at Trg Oslobodenja square shortly after passing the E-75 motorway.

Trolleybus 40 and 41 are good alternatives. Bus 40 can be taken from Takovska Avenue west of the city centre and bus 41 from Trg Studentski Square right in the city centre. Take the bus in the direction of Banjica, and get off at stop Stadion Partizan, just after having passed the stadium on the left.

Address: Humska 1, Beograd

Partizan Tickets

Tickets for Partizan matches can be purchased online, by phone, at the ticket office at Stadion Partizana, or at the Ticketline sales center at Gavrila Principa 7 just north of the main railway station. Tickets are also available on the gate on the day of the match.

Tickets typically cost RSD 200.00 for a seat behind the goal or RSD 400.00 for a seat at one of the long sides.

For more information call +381 11 20 30 570.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of Partizan.Tob.rs is the best source of information about the club and the city of Belgrade. Gsp.rs provides detailed public transport information for visitors to the city.

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The construction of the stadium began on May 11, 1931 with a ceremony in which King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and his wife Queen Draga attended. The stadium cost 220 million dinars to build, and it was inaugurated on October 3, 1932 with a match between BSK Beograd and Red Star Belgrade. The Stadion Partizana was built on the site of the BSK Stadium, which had stood before. The construction of the stadium began on May 11th 1931 with a ceremony in which King Alexander I of Yugoslavia and his wife Queen Draga attended. The stadium cost 220 million dinars to build, and it was inaugurated on October 3rd 1932 with a match between BSK Beograd and Red Star Belgrade

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