MOL Aréna

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MOL Aréna
Former names Mestský štadión (1953-2016)
DAC Aréna (2016-2017)
MOL Aréna (2017-)
Location Športová ulica 18 Dunajská Streda, Slovakia
Coordinates 47°59′56″N 17°37′6″E / 47.99889°N 17.61833°E / 47.99889; 17.61833Coordinates: 47°59′56″N 17°37′6″E / 47.99889°N 17.61833°E / 47.99889; 17.61833
Owner DAC Arena
Operator DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda
Capacity 7,139 (under renovation) [1]
Record attendance 15,572 (D.Streda vs Bayern Munich, 1988)
Field size 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass
Opened 1953
Renovated 1980, 2008, 2015-
Construction cost 22 million in 2015-2017
Architect Csaba Ambrus (ADIF)
DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda

MOL Aréna is a multi-use stadium in Dunajská Streda, Slovakia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda. The stadium holds currently 7,139 people (under renovation). The intensity of the floodlighting is 1,800 lux.


Stadium was opened in 1953. The main stand was built in the first half of the 1980s and was inaugurated for the 1985 Spartakiad. Capacity was 16,410 spectators. The stadium underwent reconstruction in 2008, when DAC 1904 Dunajská Streda started play in Corgoň Liga by merging with FC Senec.

In the 2016-17 league season, DAC drew an average home attendance of 4,112[2], the highest in the league.

2016-2018 reconstruction[edit]

Between 2016 and 2018, the current stadium will be replaced by a new, modern, all-sitting arena with capacity of 12,700 spectators.

In spring 2016 the old stands (except the main stand) were demolished. In June 2016, the construction of the new stadium began. In the first phase two new stands were built with an edge-stand between them. The main construction works finished in September. In November the stadium was ready for Slovakia league matches.

In the next phase will be constructed the main stand with dressing rooms, VIP and press rooms, fanshop, club museum and restaurant.

At least, there will be constructed the last stand which will replace current main stage. In this phase the facade of the stadium will be also constructed.

The new arena will have 4-star UEFA standard so it can be used for international matches.[3]


DAC Arena[4] is owned by EHCS Group (51.9%), city of Dunajská Streda (25.6%) and MOL (22.5%)


MOL Arena is the name of the stadium from season 2017-18[5] because MOL Group is main partner of stadium.


The cost of the reconstruction is €22 million.[6] First phase cost €11 million, Slovak government provided €2.4 million of the cost. City of Dunajská Streda provided €2 million, MOL provided €2 million.

International matches[edit]

DAC Aréna has hosted one friendly match of the Slovakia national football team.

Image gallery[edit]

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