Ilie Oană Stadium
|Full name||Stadionul Ilie Oană|
|Address||Str. Stadionului, nr. 26|
|Owner||Consiliul Local Ploiești|
|Field size||105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)|
|Broke ground||August 2010|
|Opened||25 September 2011|
|Main contractors||SC All Plan Construction SRL|
|Petrolul Ploiești (2011–present)
Romania national football team (2015–present)
Romania national under-21 football team (2015)
Cupa României Final (2017)
Juventus București (2017–2018)
FC Voluntari (2017)
Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe (2018)
Stadionul Ilie Oană is an all-seater football stadium in Ploiești, Romania. It is the current home ground of Petrolul Ploiești and Juventus București. It was inaugurated in September 2011 and has a current capacity of 15,073 spectators.
The stadium is named after Ilie Oană, a legendary player and coach of Petrolul Ploiești.
- The first match to be played at the stadium was an exhibition game between a team of former Petrolul Ploiești players, the generation which won the Romanian Cup in 1995, and a selection of former Romanian internationals, amongst which Gheorghe Hagi, Gheorghe Popescu, Viorel Moldovan, Ovidiu Stângă and Daniel Prodan. The former internationals won the match 4–3. The first goal scored on this stadium belonged to Cristian Zmoleanu.
- Petrolul's first competitive match at the stadium was a Liga I game against Dinamo București on 25 September 2011, which ended 5–1 for the Bucharest team. Dinamo player Cosmin Moți scored the first goal of the game and thus the first official goal at new Ilie Oană Stadium.
- The Romania national football team played its first official match at the Ilie Oană on March 29, 2015, against Faroe Islands.
- As of summer of 2016, Petrolul Ploiești had played 84 Liga I games and 6 Cupa României games at the stadium.
800 metres from Ilie Oană there is a Ploiești tramway station named "Muzeul de Istorie" (line 101). It links the stadium with the north of the city and Ploiești-South Railstation.
The TCE bus lines with a stop close to Ilie Oană are:
- 5 - Vlahuță
- 5 - Tăbăcărie
- 28, 104, 106, 302, 305 - Maternitate
|International football matches|
|29 March 2015||UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying||Romania||Faroe Islands||1 - 0||13,898|
|5 October 2017||2018 FIFA World Cup qualification||Romania||Kazakhstan||3 - 1||10,123|
|5 June 2018||Friendly||Romania||Finland||2 - 0||13,312|
|International football clubs matches|
|15 July 2012||Friendly||Petrolul Ploiești||AEK Athens||4 - 0||~9,000|
|7 September 2012||Friendly||Petrolul Ploiești||Shakhtar Donetsk||0 - 3||7,420|
|18 July 2013||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Víkingur||3 - 0||9,854|
|1 August 2013||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Vitesse||1 - 1||11,827|
|29 August 2013||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Swansea City||2 - 1||12,880|
|17 July 2014||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Flamurtari Vlorë||2 - 0||8,714|
|31 July 2014||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Viktoria Plzeň||1 - 1||11,244|
|21 August 2014||UEFA Europa League||Petrolul Ploiești||Dinamo Zagreb||1 - 3||13,460|
Peluza 1, the host of many Petrolul Ploiesti choregraphies
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