List of football stadiums in Bosnia and Herzegovina

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The following is a list of football stadiums in Bosnia and Herzegovina, ordered by capacity.

# Stadium Capacity Opened City / Town Home team
1 Stadion Asim Ferhatović-Hase 34,630 1947 Sarajevo FK Sarajevo and Bosnia and Herzegovina
2 Stadion Bijeli Brijeg 25,000 1971 Mostar NK Zrinjski
3 Stadion Grbavica 16,100 1953 Sarajevo FK Željezničar and Bosnia and Herzegovina
4 Stadion Pod borićima 16,000 n/a Bihać NK Jedinstvo
5 Stadion Bilino Polje 15,292 1972 Zenica NK Čelik and Bosnia and Herzegovina
6= Gradski stadion (Banja Luka) 12,000 1937 Banja Luka FK Borac
6= Stadion Mokri Dolac 12,000 n/a Posušje NK Posušje
8 Stadion Pecara 10,000 n/a Široki Brijeg NK Široki Brijeg
9 Stadion Police 8,550 n/a Trebinje FK Leotar
10= Stadion Tušanj 8,000 1957 Tuzla FK Sloboda
10= Stadion Milan Jelić 8,000 n/a Modriča FK Modriča
12 Stadion Vrapčići 7,000 1995 Mostar FK Velež
13 Gradski stadion (Banovići) 6,500 n/a Banovići FK Budućnost
14= Gradski stadion (Bijeljina) 6,000 n/a Bijeljina FK Radnik
14= Stadion SRC Slavija 6,000 n/a Istočno Sarajevo FK Slavija
16= Gradski stadion (Laktaši) 5,000 n/a Laktaši FK Laktaši
16= Stadion Banja Ilidža 5,000 n/a Gradačac NK Zvijezda
16= Stadion Pirota 5,000 n/a Travnik NK Travnik
16= Stadion Otoka 5,000 1993 Sarajevo FK Olimpik
20 Gradski stadion (Žepče) 4,000 n/a Žepče NK Žepče
21 Gradski stadion (Orašje) 3,000 n/a Orašje HNK Orašje
22 Gradski stadion (Prijedor) 2,000 n/a Prijedor FK Rudar

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References[edit]

  1. ^ stadionwelt.de (October 11, 201). "Stadien Bosnien-Herzegowinae". stadionwelt.de. Retrieved 2011-10-11. 

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