|Location||Stara Zagora, Bulgaria|
|Owner||PFC Beroe Stara Zagora|
|Operator||PFC Beroe Stara Zagora|
|Built||1955 - 1959|
|Opened||April 4, 1959|
|Renovated||2004, 2007, 2011-2013|
|Construction cost||BGN 2,400,000|
Beroe Stadium (Bulgarian: Стадион „Бeрое“) (also nicknamed The Temple) is a multi-purpose stadium in Stara Zagora, Bulgaria. It is located in the north-western part of the city, near the park Ayazmoto. Currently, the venue is used for football matches and is the home ground of the local football club PFC Beroe Stara Zagora. The stadium has a seating capacity of 15,000 spectators and it was officially inaugurated on April 4, 1959.
- The stadium is a part of a big multifunctional complex, which includes three football training grounds, gymnastic, acrobatic and boxing halls, two tennis facilities, one table-tennis hall and one futsal hall.
- Like the Hadzhi Dimitar Stadium in Sliven, the athletic lane of the stadium also meets all of the IAAF requirements to host international competitions.
- In October 2011, a new floodlight system and a new scoreboard were installed.
- The record attendance of the stadium is 42,000 at a game between Beroe and Levski Sofia in 1972.
National team matches
21 October 2012
|Bulgaria||1 – 0||Spain|
11 October 2013
|Bulgaria||3 – 3||Russia|
|Report||Bazelyuk 8', 56'
15 November 2013
|Bulgaria||2 – 3||Denmark|
|Report||Poulsen 8', 87'
19 November 2013
|Bulgaria||1 – 5||Slovenia|
|Kolev 28'||Report||Pučko 24'
Bratanović 74', 90+1'
2015 UEFA European Under-17 Championship - OPENING MATCH
6 May 2015
|Bulgaria||0 – 2||Croatia|
|Report||Matko Babić 52'
Adrian Blečić 80+3'
Beroe Stadium, Stara Zagora
Referee: Paweł Raczkowski (Poland)
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