Central Stadium (Tbilisi)

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Central Stadium
Central Stadium
Dinamo Standium 1935.jpg
Full name Central Stadium
Location Tbilisi, Georgia
Capacity 35,000
Opened 1935
Closed 1976
FC Dinamo Tbilisi

Central Stadium, was a multi-purpose stadium in Tbilisi, Georgia. Its official name between 1937 and 1953 was the Beria Dinamo Stadium[1] which it was named in honor of Lavrentiy Beria. It was the home ground of the FC Dinamo Tbilisi until the current Boris Paichadze Stadium opened in 1976. The stadium held 35,000 spectators.


  1. ^ "Stadium". fcdinamo.ge. Retrieved 3 May 2015. 

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