Mladost Stadium (Kruševac)

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Mladost Stadium
Stadion pod Bagdalom
Stadion Mladost Kruševac.jpg
Mladost Stadium after reconstruction.
Full name Stadion Mladost
Location Kruševac, Serbia
Coordinates 43°34′59.21″N 21°20′17.24″E / 43.5831139°N 21.3381222°E / 43.5831139; 21.3381222
Owner Napredak Kruševac
Operator Napredak Kruševac
Capacity 10,331[1]
Surface Grass
Scoreboard LED (Philips brand)
Built 1976
Renovated 2011-12
Napredak Kruševac

Mladost Stadium (English: Youth Stadium) is a multi-use all-seated stadium in Kruševac, Serbia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Napredak Kruševac. The stadium has a seating capacity for 10,331[2] people. The stadium was the venue for the final of the 2011-12 Serbian Cup.[3]


The stadium was built in 1976 in a record time of 60 days.[4] At the time of its establishment, it had a capacity for 25,000 people.[5]

2011-12 reconstruction[edit]

Reconstruction of Mladost Stadium began in November 2011; a sum of the equivalent of 1.5 million funded the project.[6] The renovation was complete by the end of April 2012 and the stadium was chosen to be the venue of the 2012 Serbian Cup Final on May 16, 2012.[7] The stadium was officially reopened on April 24, 2012 by Oliver Dulić.[8]

Notable matches[edit]

International matches[edit]

Date Result Competition
27 March 2003  Serbia and Montenegro 1-2  Bulgaria Friendly


See also[edit]