Stadion Obilića Poljana
|Location||Obilića poljana bb, Cetinje, Montenegro|
|Owner||Old Royal Capital Cetinje|
|Operator||Old Royal Capital Cetinje|
|Record attendance||6,500 (FK Lovćen - NK Dinamo Zagreb, 1971)|
|Field size||110 x 65 metres|
|FK Lovćen, FK Cetinje, ŽFK Lovćen|
Stadium Obilića Poljana (Montenegrin: Stadion Obilića Poljana) is a football stadium in Cetinje, Montenegro. Stadium is situated at the border of historical core of Cetinje, and it's current capacity is 2,000 seats. The stadium is the home ground of FK Lovćen, FK Cetinje and ŽFK Lovćen.
First stadium on Cetinje is built on 1913, near the location of Obilića Poljana. In period 1943-1957, football stadium was located near the Cetinje Monastery, and during the summer 1957, Stadion Obilića Poljana is opened.
First game on Obilića Poljana was Yugoslav Second League match FK Lovćen - NK GOŠK, played on August 1957.
Highest attendance in the history of stadium was recorded on Yugoslav Cup game between FK Lovćen and NK Dinamo Zagreb (1971). Game was attended by 6,500 spectators.
Today, capacity of stadium is 2,000 seats.
Pitch and conditions
The pitch measures 110 x 65 meters. Stadium didn't meet criteria for UEFA international games. In addition to the main field is an auxiliary field, with articifial turf capacity of 700 seats. Near the stadiums is situated sports hall.
Clubs which are playing their home games at Stadion Obilića Poljana are:
Except that, stadium is used by Athletic Club Lovćen.
In 2014, works on project documentation for renovating of Obilića Poljana begun. As authorities said, new stadium will be named after the Sveti Petar Cetinjski.
New stadium will meet UEFA standards, with proposed capacity of 5,800 seats.
Investors of works will be Old Royal Capital Cetinje, Government of Montenegro and Football Association of Montenegro.
- 'Crnogorski klubovi u fudbalskim takmičenjima 1946-2016', Podgorica, 2016.