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List of football stadiums in Bulgaria

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List of football stadiums in Bulgaria

The following is a list of football stadiums in Bulgaria, ordered by capacity. Currently all stadiums with a capacity of 5,000 or more are included.

# Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Opened UEFA rating
1 Plovdiv Stadium 50,000 Plovdiv Not in use since 1996
2 Vasil Levski National Stadium 43,632 Sofia Bulgaria national football team 1953
3 Hristo Botev Stadium 32,000 Vratsa Botev Vratsa 1948
4 Georgi Asparuhov Stadium 29,200 Sofia Levski Sofia 1963
5 Bulgarian Army Stadium 22,015 Sofia CSKA Sofia 1923
6 Lokomotiv Stadium 22,000 Sofia Lokomotiv Sofia 1985
6 Pleven Stadium 22,000 Pleven Spartak Pleven
7 City Stadium 19,960 Rousse Dunav Rousse 1910
8 Lazur Stadium 18,037 Burgas Chernomorets Burgas 1967
9 Hristo Botev Stadium 18,000 Plovdiv Botev Plovdiv 1961
9 Ivaylo Stadium 18,000 Tarnovo Etar Veliko Tarnovo
9 Ovcha Kupel Stadium 18,000 Sofia Slavia Sofia 1930
9 Panayot Volov Stadium 18,000 Shumen Makak Shumen
10 Bonchuk Stadium 16,050 Dupnitsa Marek Dupnitsa
11 Beroe Stadium 15,000 Stara Zagora Beroe Stara Zagora 1959
12 Hristo Botev Stadium 14,000 Gabrovo Yantra Gabrovo 1919
13 Lokomotiv Stadium 13,800 Plovdiv Lokomotiv Plovdiv 1982
14 Georgi Benkovski Stadium 13,128 Pazardzhik Hebar Pazardzhik
15 Ticha Stadium 12,500 Varna Cherno More Varna 1968
15 Druzhba Stadium 12,500 Dobrich Dobrudzha Dobrich 1960
16 Lokomotiv Stadium 12,000 Gorna Oryahovitsa FC Lokomotiv Gorna Oryahovitsa 1956
17 Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium 9,000 Sliven Sliven 2000 1959
18 Lovech Stadium 8,100 Lovech Litex Lovech 1962
19 Spartak Stadium 8,000 Varna Spartak Varna 1964
20 Hristo Botev Stadium 7,500 Blagoevgrad Pirin Blagoevgrad 1934
21 Ludogorets Arena 6,000 Razgrad PFC Ludogorets Razgrad 2011
22 Kavarna Stadium 5,000 Kavarna Kaliakra Kavarna 1968
22 Minyor Stadium 5,000 Pernik Minyor Pernik 1954
22 Rakovski Stadium 5,000 Sevlievo Vidima-Rakovski Sevlievo 1958
22 Ogosta Stadium 5,000 Montana Montana 1965
22 Dimitar Burkov Stadium 5,000 Targovishte Svetkavitsa 1954

Future stadiums

Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Broke ground Opened UEFA rating
New Varna Stadium 30,000 Varna Cherno More Varna 2008 - -
Chernomorets Arena 30,000 Burgas Chernomorets Burgas - - -

Old stadiums

Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Opened Closed Demolished UEFA rating
Yuri Gagarin Stadium 40,000 Varna Cherno More Varna 1950 2007 2008 -
Chernomorets Stadium 22,000 Burgas Chernomorets Burgas 1954 2006 - -

See also

External links

  • (Bulgarian) Pictures of stadiums in Bulgaria

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