Stadionul Ion Oblemenco
|Former names||Stadionul Central|
|Owner||Municipality of Craiova|
|Opened||29 October 1967|
|FC Universitatea Craiova (1994-2014)
CS Universitatea Craiova (1948-1994 and 2013-present)
Ion Oblemenco Stadium was a multi-purpose stadium in Craiova, Romania. It was used mostly for football matches and was the home ground of Universitatea Craiova. The stadium used to hold up to 25,252 people before it was demolished.
The stadium was entirely demolished and will be replaced with an all-seater expected to open in November 2017.
The stadium was opened on 29 October 1967 with national teams of Romania and Poland scoring 2 goals each and was originally named Central Stadium. It hosted many memorable matches during the Craiova Maxima era such as the 1981–82 European Cup Quarterfinal against Bayern Munich and the 1982–83 UEFA Cup Semifinal against Benfica.
Following the death of Universitatea Craiova legend Ion Oblemenco in 1996, the stadium was renamed in his honour. In 2008, the stadium underwent a major renovation.
Romanian national football team
The following national team matches were held in the stadium:
|1.||7 June 2003||2–0||Bosnia and Herzegovina||UEFA Euro 2004 qualifying|
|2.||4 September 2004||2–1||Macedonia||2006 FIFA World Cup qualification|
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