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Stadion Trešnjica

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Stadion Trešnjica
Full nameStadion Trešnjica
LocationGolubovci, Montenegro
Coordinates42°19′43″N 19°14′26″E / 42.32861°N 19.24056°E / 42.32861; 19.24056
OwnerFK Zeta
Capacity4,000
Field size110 m × 70 m (360 ft × 230 ft)
Surfacegrass
Construction
Built1996
Renovated2016
Tenants
FK Zeta

Trešnjica Stadium is a football stadium in Golubovci (Zeta Plain), Podgorica, Montenegro. It is used for football matches and is the home ground of FK Zeta.

History

Football stadium at Trešnica location, at Golubovci, was built during in 1996, following the season in which FK Zeta gained its first promotion to the Yugoslav Second League. Until now, the stadium was renovated a few times (last time in 2016)[1] and near the main ground is built another pitch with artificial turf.
FK Zeta is playing First League games at Trešnjica stadium from 2000. Historical first game in the top-league, Zeta played on 12 August 2000 was against Milicionar (4:0) in Golubovci. That game at Trešnica stadium was attended by 5,000 supporters.
The Biggest crowd at games was 5,000 in numerous occasions, especially during the matches against Budućnost and, earlier, against Partizan and Crvena zvezda.

Pitch and conditions

The pitch measures 110 x 70 meters. The stadium didn't met UEFA criteria for European competitions, so FK Zeta play their international games at Podgorica City Stadium.
In addition to the main field is an auxiliary field with artificial grass that is used for competitions in the junior categories.

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This page was last edited on 13 May 2020, at 01:46
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