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Gradski stadion Štip

Градски стадион Штип
City Stadium Štip
Full name Gradski stadion Štip
Location Štip, Macedonia
Owner Štip Municipality
Capacity 4,000
Surface Grass
Tenants
FK Bregalnica Štip
FK Astibo

City Stadium Štip (Macedonian: Градски стадион Штип) is a multi-purpose stadium in Štip, Republic of Macedonia. It is mostly used for football matches and is currently the home stadium of FK Bregalnica Štip and FK Astibo. The stadium holds 4,000 people. It will hold over 5.000 people(WIP)[1]


On 2 May 2012, for the first time in Macedonian football history, the Gradski stadium in Štip will be host of the domestic cup final.[2] In preparation for the event, the board of Bregalnica is fixing up the stadium by painting the fence, renovating the press box, locker rooms and bathrooms.[3]


References

  1. ^ http://macedonianfootball.com/index.php?option=com_joomleague&func=showPlayground&p=6&pgid=11&Itemid=40
  2. ^ Zdraveski, Filip. "Domestic cup final to be played in Shtip". 
  3. ^ Gerasimov, Dragi. "Градскиот стадион во Штип се подготвува за финалето на Купот". 

External links

  • Gradski Stadion Štip
  • FK Bregalnica Stip's home stadium
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