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Volodymyr Boiko Stadium

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Volodymyr Boiko Stadium
A Football match in progress
Former namesNovator Stadium (1956-2001)
Illichivets Stadium (2001-2018)
LocationMariupol, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine
Coordinates47°8′37.40″N 37°33′30″E / 47.1437222°N 37.55833°E / 47.1437222; 37.55833
OwnerFC Mariupol
Capacity12,680 (football)
FC Mariupol
Ukraine (women)

Volodymyr Boiko Stadium[1] is a multi-purpose stadium in Mariupol, Donetsk Oblast, Ukraine. It is located in a local Petrovskyi Park which is located along the highway Mariupol–Donetsk (H20).

Built in 1956, it was originally known as Novator Stadium. In 2001, it was renovated by Illich Steel and Iron Works and changed its name to Illichivets.

It is currently used mostly for football matches, and is the home of FC Mariupol. The stadium holds 12,680 people. Often the stadium is used by the national women's football team.

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  1. ^ Арена ФК Мариуполь будет носить имя Героя Украины Владимира Бойко. (in Russian). FC Mariupol. 7 February 2018. Retrieved 7 January 2018.

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