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Stadion Goce Delčev

Стадион Гоце Делчев
Goce Delčev Stadium
Full name Stadium Goce Delčev
Location Vasko Karangeleski bb
Prilep, Macedonia
Coordinates

41°20′37″N 21°33′43″E / 41.34361°N 21.56194°E / 41.34361; 21.56194Coordinates: 41°20′37″N 21°33′43″E / 41.34361°N 21.56194°E / 41.34361; 21.56194

Owner Prilep Municipality
Surface Grass
Capacity 15,000
Tenants
FK Pobeda
FK 11 Oktomvri

The Goce Delčev Stadium (Macedonian: стадион "Гоце Делчев") is a multi-purpose stadium in Prilep, Republic of Macedonia. The total capacity is 15,000 (7,000 seats with a VIP/Media capacity of 400)[1] and is named after revolutionary figure Goce Delčev. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FK Pobeda and FK 11 Oktomvri. The stadium has been used as an alternative home ground of the Philip II Arena for the Macedonian national football team and has hosted the Macedonian Cup final on two occasions.[2]

References

External links

  • Stadium Info at MacedonianFootball
  • Stadion Goce Delčev - Prilep
  • Fotos Goce Delcev


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