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

It was inaugurated on November 8, 2006 with a UEFA Champions League match between Liverpool and AS Roma. Stadion Rajko Mitic, previously known as Stadion Crvena Zvezda and often nicknamed Marakana, was built on the site where the Jugoslavija Stadium once stood. It was inaugurated on November 8, 2006 with a UEFA Champions League match between Liverpool and AS Roma.

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History and description

The stadium was completed in 1976 and has a capacity of over 41,000. It is the home of Red Star Belgrade and has been their home ground since 1966. The Stadion Rajko Mitic was built on the site of the former Jugoslavija Stadium and holds a capacity of over 41,000. It is the home ground of Red Star Belgrade and they have played there since 1966. The Jugoslavija Stadium was built in 1927, and it was occupied by Crvena Zvezda from 1945. The stadium got demolished in 1959, and on its foundations a new stadium was built.

Stadion Crvena Zvezda opened four years later, on 1 September 1963. The stadium could then hold about 74,000 spectators but was completed one year later with an increased capacity of 110,000 places.

Due to its large capacity, the stadium quickly became compared with Rio de Janeiro's Maracanã, and thus earned itself the nickname Marakana.

In 1973, the European Cup final between Ajax and Juventus was hosted at Stadion Crvena Zvezda.

Three years later, the stadium hosted the semi-final and final of the 1976 European Championships. In the final Czechoslovakia beat Germany on penalties with Czechoslovakia player Antonin Panenka gaining fame for his chip shot penalty.

Over the years, the capacity of the stadium has gradually been reduced, first through safety measures and later through the conversion of the standing areas to seats.

How to get to Stadion Rajko Mitic

Stadium Rajko Mitic is located south of the city of Belgrade, about 3.5 kilometers from the main railway station and city center. A walk from the railway station or southern parts of the city centre is roughly 40 minutes. The walk from the Saint Sava Church, one of Belgrade's major landmarks, takes about 25 minutes.

The Banjica stadium can be reached with tram 9, 10, and 14. Tram 9 departs from the main railway station, tram 10 from the historic center (e.g. Cara Dusana street), and tram 14 from Ta?majdan Park (which line 10 also passes). Get off at the Trg Oslobodenja square shortly after having passed the E-75 motorway.

To choose the best option for your journey, you can take either bus 40 or 41. Bus 40 can be taken from Takovska avenue west of the city centre, while bus 41 can be taken from Trg Studentski square right in the city centre.

Address: Ljutice Bogada 1a, 11000 Beograd

Eat, drink, and sleep near Stadion Rajko Mitic

The stadium of rivals, Partizan's Stadion Rajko Mitic, is located in a quiet leafy residential neighbourhood. Apart from the odd local bar or eatery, there is little around in terms of eating and drinking, which is better done in central Belgrade. There are no hotels near the stadium that are considered "proper". However, there are a few apartment rentals and small bed and breakfasts nearby that may be suitable for you. If you're looking for a hotel closer to the city center, try staying in one of the hotels listed above, such as Hotel Crystal, Garni Hotel, Saint TEN Hotel, or Hotel Slavija Garni.

If you're looking to stay in Belgrade for an extended period of time, it's probably a good idea to pick something closer to the city centre. Alternatively, if you're planning on staying around the southern side of the city centre, you'll still be able to walk to the stadium. Click here for more information on hotels in Belgrade.

Red Star Belgrade Tickets

Tickets for Red Star games can be bought online, or in person at the stadium on the day before the match or on the day of the match. Apart from their derby against Partizan, Red Star rarely sell out and booking in advance won't be necessary.

The ticket prices for matches tend to range from RSD 100 to RSD 200, though they may be increased for high-profile matches. You are likely to pay at least RSD 500 for the derby versus Partizan.

For more information call +381 (0) 11 30 10 10 3.

Stadium tours

Red Star Stadium offers guided tours that include visits to the dressing rooms, players tunnel, media room, VIP areas, and Red Star museum. For more information about dates and prices, please call +381 (0) 11 414 09 09. There are no tours on matchdays.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of FK Crvena Zvezda, as well as the website of the tourist organization in Belgrade, Gsp.rs, provide information about public transportation in Belgrade. The first half of the game consisted of one monotonous song, but at the start of the second half a massive display with flares began. We had not seen anything like this before during the first half of the game.

Match visited: Red Star Belgrade vs Mladost Lucani Date visited: October 2016

We went to see Red Star play Mladost Lucani on a cold Thursday evening in December. We walked there from central Belgrade. It is quite a walk but not unpleasant as it is rather lively parts of the city you are walking through.

We bought our tickets at the ticket windows of the stadium before the match. The small crowds at Red Star's fixtures in the lowest division of French football, and during midweek, means that there were probably no more than a few thousand fans in attendance, including some scattered around the covered main stand where we sat, and a significant group of hardcore fans behind the goal.

Even though the stadium is massive and Red Star's fans made the match a real treat, their repetitive singing at the beginning of the first half was surprising. However, at the start of the second half they started a massive display with flares that lasted for at least 15 minutes. This was something that we hadn't seen anywhere else before.

I got my ticket for the game on The day for 1200 RSD. A lot of fans from Partizan sat in The main stand with Crvena fans. I walked to The stadium from Saint sava cathedral (about 20 minutes). Well recommended!

I went to watch The derby against Partizan earlier today. The atmosphere was amazing, with both sets of fans singing and using flares all the time. I got my ticket on the day for 1200 RSD, which is a lot of money but worth it as it was an amazing experience. I walked to the stadium from Saint Sava cathedral (about 20 minutes) and would recommend doing this if you're near by.

. I went to the Belgrade derby last month from Southampton. At first I thought it was really dangerous, with all of the fans in hoods. The atmosphere was incredibly red hot and it was definitely a great experience, but I did think it was a bit more dangerous than any game I had ever been to in Italy.

I went to the Belgrade Derby match last month from Southampton. I was really impressed with how crazy and dangerous the fans were. The atmosphere was really hot and it was a great experience. However, I thought it was even more dangerous than any other game I have been to in Italy.

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It was inaugurated on November 8, 2006 with a UEFA Champions League match between Liverpool and AS Roma. Stadion Rajko Mitic, previously known as Stadion Crvena Zvezda and often nicknamed Marakana, was built on the site where the Jugoslavija Stadium once stood. It was inaugurated on November 8, 2006 with a UEFA Champions League match between Liverpool and AS Roma.

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