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Stadionul Emil Alexandrescu

Stadionul Emil Alexandrescu
Location Copou, Iaşi
Owner The local council of Iaşi
Capacity 11,390 seated [1]
Surface Grass
Opened 1960
Renovated 2004
Politehnica Iaşi (1960-2010)
CSMS Iaşi (2010-Present)

Emil Alexandrescu Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Copou, Iaşi, Romania. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home field of CSMS Iaşi. The stadium is named after the former Politehnica Iaşi player and Iaşi Mayor, Emil Alexandrescu, who died in 1991. Its original capacity was 12,500 seats but after plastic seats were mounted the capacity was reduced to 11,390 seats.

See also


  1. ^ "Stadionul Emil Alexandrescu" (in Romanian). 

External links

  • Official site of CSMS Iasi
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