Stadion Pod Racinom

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Stadion Pod Racinom
Stadion Jezera
Full nameGradski stadion pod Racinom
LocationPlav,  Montenegro
OwnerPlav Municipality
OperatorFK Jezero
Capacity2,500
Field size105 m × 70 m (344 ft × 230 ft)
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Opened1948
Renovated2008
Tenants
FK Jezero (1975–present)

Stadion Pod Racinom is a multi-use stadium in Plav, Montenegro. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Jezero.

History[edit]

First football stadium in Plav is built in 1948, when FK Jezero was founded. Until the start of nineties, pitch had poor infrastructure. After that, main stand is built [1] with overall capacity of 6,000 standing places.
New renovation came after FK Jezero gained promotion to Montenegrin First League, when capacity is reduced to 2,500 seats.[2]

Pitch and conditions[edit]

The pitch measures 105 x 70 meters. Stadium meet criteria for Prva CFL games.

Trivia[edit]

The highest attendance was recorded on local derby FK Jezero - FK Gusinje during the 1999. That game was attended by 11,000 spectators, but many of them were on nearby hill, not on the stands.[3] That was the highest-ever attendance on the single game of Montenegrin Republic League.

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Coordinates: 42°35′56″N 19°56′25″E / 42.598777°N 19.940186°E / 42.598777; 19.940186