Stadionul Farul

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Coordinates: 44°11′50.28″N 28°38′21.60″E / 44.1973000°N 28.6393333°E / 44.1973000; 28.6393333

Stadionul Farul
Former names Stadionul 1 Mai
Stadionul Gheorghe Hagi
Location Str. Primăverii, Nr. 2, Constanţa, Romania
Owner Sport council of Romania
Capacity 18.500
Field size 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1957
Renovated 1999
Tenants
Farul Constanţa (1957–present)
Săgeata Năvodari (2013–2014)
Viitorul Constanţa (2012-2013)

Farul Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Constanţa, Romania. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the current home ground of Farul Constanţa. The stadium also functions as an athletics arena, with track and field athletics facilities.

The stadium has played host to the Romania national football team, in the World Cup 2006 Qualification, UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying and 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification.

Romanian national football team[edit]

The following national team matches were held in the stadium:

# Date Score Opponent Competition
1. 20 September 1988 3–0  Albania Friendly match
2. 26 April 2000 2–0  Cyprus Friendly match
3. 27 March 2002 4–1  Ukraine Friendly match
4. 8 June 2005 3–0  Armenia 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
5. 17 August 2005 2–0  Andorra 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
6. 3 September 2005 2–0  Czech Republic 2006 FIFA World Cup qualification
7. 16 August 2006 2–0  Cyprus Friendly match
8. 2 September 2006 2–2  Bulgaria UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying
9. 13 October 2007 1–0  Netherlands UEFA Euro 2008 qualifying
10. 11 October 2008 2–2  France 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification
11. 28 March 2009 2–3  Serbia 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification

See also[edit]