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DG Arena
DGarena, Podgorica, August 2019.jpeg
Full nameDG Arena
Former namesStari Ribnjak Stadium
LocationPodgorica, Montenegro
Coordinates
OwnerCity of Podgorica
Capacity4,000
Field size105 x 65 m
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Built1970
Renovated2018
Tenants
OFK Mladost 1970

DG Arena (previously: Stari Ribnjak Stadium) is a football stadium in Donja Gorica suburb, Podgorica, Montenegro. It is situated on the Morača riverbank. It is used for football matches and is the home ground of OFK Mladost 1970.

History

Stari Ribnjak Stadium was built in 1970, when OFK Mladost Lješkopolje was founded. During 2015 started the project of stadium renovation and building sports' complex on the same place. The first stadium, with artificial turf, floodlights and capacity of 1,000 seats was opened on 21 May 2016.[1]
Two years after that, DG Arena was built.[2] With 4,000 seats, facilities as additional ground and others, it meets the criteria for First League matches. The name of the stadium is an acronym - DG are the initials of the Donja Gorica suburb.

Pitch and conditions

The pitch measures 105 x 65 meters.
The stadium have two stands with overall capacity of 4,000 seats. Except that, there will be three additional fields - one with artificial turf, which already exists, and two with natural grass.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Podgorica". Archived from the original on 2017-05-17. Retrieved 2017-04-16.
  2. ^ http://reprezentacija.me/dg-arena-dom-mladosti-iz-ljeskopolja/
This page was last edited on 13 May 2020, at 01:47
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