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Stanko Mlakar Stadium

Stanko Mlakar Stadium
Orlovo gnezdo (The Eagle's Nest)[1]
Full name Stadion Stanka Mlakarja
Location Kranj, Slovenia
Owner City of Kranj
Operator Kranj Institute of Sport
Capacity 2,029[2]
Triglav Kranj (defunct) (–1997)
Triglav Kranj (1997–)

Stanko Mlakar Stadium (Slovene: Stadion Stanka Mlakarja), located in the Kranj Sports Centre (Slovene: Športni center Kranj), is a multi-purpose stadium in Kranj, Slovenia. It is mainly used mostly for football matches and hosts the home matches of Triglav Kranj in the Slovenian PrvaLiga. In 2009, the stadium underwent a major reconstruction in which a new stand was built and the stadium now has a capacity of 2,029 seats.[2]

National team matches

Date Competition Country Result Attendance
13 October 1993 Friendly  Macedonia 1–4 3,000


Coordinates: 46°15′6.23″N 14°21′53.69″E / 46.2517306°N 14.3649139°E / 46.2517306; 14.3649139

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