Zimbru Stadium

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Coordinates: 46°58′49″N 28°52′1″E / 46.98028°N 28.86694°E / 46.98028; 28.86694

Zimbru Stadium
Zimbru Stadium.JPG
Full name Zimbru Stadium
Location

Botanica, Chișinău

Butucului Street, 1
Built March 2004 - May 2006
Opened 20 May 2006
Owner Zimbru Chișinău
Surface Grass
Scoreboard 1,600 lux
Construction cost $11 million
Architect Ceproserving SA
Structural engineer INCONEX-COM
Capacity 10,400[1]
Field size 105 x 68 m
Tenants
Zimbru Chișinău
Dacia Chișinău (2009-2012)
Moldova national football team

Zimbru Stadium is a football-specific stadium in Chișinău, Moldova completed in May, 2006 with a capacity of 10,400 people, corresponds to all norms required by UEFA and FIFA for national and international matches. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of Zimbru Chișinău and the Moldova national football team.

The Moldovan football team's second biggest defeat took place in this stadium, a 5-0 defeat to England in September 2012, during FIFA World Cup 2014 Qualification.

Architecture[edit]

The construction of the stadium took 27 months to complete at a cost of almost 11 million USD.

Conditions[edit]

The VIP box is reserved for 250 people. Sports journalists have 44 places at their disposal. The arena meets all the requirements for holding official international matches.

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