|Broke ground||November 13, 2008 |
|Opened||September 28, 2012|
|Construction cost||USD 250 million|
Uzbekistan national football team
Bunyodkor's previous permanent home ground, MHSK Stadium, was built in 1986. After the 2008 season MHSK Stadium was closed for a long time due to a reconstruction with aim to build a new arena on the site. In autumn 2008 and 2009 the old stadium was completely demolished. The construction of new arena and football academy facilities have been finished in August 2012. The new arena replaced the JAR Stadium where club played its home matches in 2009-2012.
The stadium holds 34,000 spectators. Its original shape was designed by GMP Architekten, an architectural firm based in Germany. It was planned to use the new arena for some matches of the 2012 FIFA U-20 Women's World Cup. Bunyodkor Stadium opened on 28 September 2012 with a friendly match between Bunyodkor and Pakhtakor ended with 3–3.
June 11, 2018 changed its name to "Milliy" (National).
- "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-01-20. Retrieved 2011-07-09.
- “Бунёдкор” стадиони “Миллий стадион”га айлантирилди
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