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Všešportový areál

Všešportový areál
Full name Všešportový areál
Location Košice, Slovakia
Coordinates
Owner Avalta, s.r.o.
Capacity 30,312
Field size 105×75 m
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1976
Closed 1997 (used until 2004 as training ground)
Demolished 2011
Tenants
VSS / ZŤS / 1. FC Košice (1976–1997)
Slovakia (1995)

All sports complex (Všešportový areál in Slovak) was a multi-purpose stadium in Košice, Slovakia.

Contents

  • History 1
  • New stadium 2
  • International matches 3
  • References 4

History


Všešportový areál stadium was opened by match against ZVL Žilina on 29 February 1976. The football stadium has been demolished in year 2011. The stadium was primarily used for football matches and holds 30,312 spectators. It was also six times home ground for the Czechoslovakia national football team and four times for Slovakia. VSS Košice, later renamed to ZŤS and 1. FC Košice, there played until 1997. The complex also consisted of several football training grounds, basketball, handball and wrestling indoor arenas.[1]

New stadium


The club planned construction of the new stadium for 20,000 spectators in neighbourhood of the old not used Všešportový areál stadium.[2][3][4][5] The estimated cost of the stadium is 28 million. However, the construction was not launched and it is not clear when it starts.[6]

International matches


Všešportový areál has hosted one friendly and three competitive matches of the Slovakia national football team.

References

  1. ^ "Ani chrám futbalu, ba ani drevená dedina" (in Slovak).  
  2. ^ "Nový štadión vyrastie na blšáku" (in Slovak). mfkkosice.sk. 22 July 2005. 
  3. ^ "Nový štadión už má svoju štúdiu" (in Slovak). mfkkosice.sk. 21 December 2007. 
  4. ^ "Štadión má zelenú – MFK dostal pozemky do prenájmu na 50 rokov!" (in Slovak). mfkkosice.sk. 21 December 2007. 
  5. ^ "Nový košický štadión s kapacitou takmer 20 000" (in Slovak). profutbal. 2009-02-26. 
  6. ^ "Štadión sa v dohľadnom čase nezačne stavať" (in Slovak). MFK Košice official website. 2010-07-27. 


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