Where did the stadium Maksimir in Zagreb get its name?
Stadion Maksimir (Maksimir Stadium) is a football stadium in the Croatian capital of Zagreb. It takes its name from the surrounding neighbourhood of Maksimir.
How many seats are in the Maksimir Stadium?
While waiting, Dinamo is allowed to host matches on the Maksimir stadium, but with the eastern stand being closed for viewers. Four stands (8 sectors) contribute to the total seating capacity of 35,423: 25.912 after east stand damage. This list is incomplete; you can help by adding missing items. (July 2020)
When was the riot at the Maksimir Stadium?
Maksimir was the central venue for the 1987 Summer Universiade hosted by the city of Zagreb. In 1990, several events happened at Maksimir. On 13 May, the Dinamo Zagreb–Red Star Belgrade riot took place, an infamous riot involving Dinamo Zagreb and Red Star Belgrade supporters.
When was the last football match at Maksimir?
On 13 May, the Dinamo Zagreb–Red Star Belgrade riot took place, an infamous riot involving Dinamo Zagreb and Red Star Belgrade supporters. The last match of the Yugoslavia national football team was hosted at Maksimir on 3 June.
Where is the home ground of Dinamo Zagreb?
Dinamo Zagreb’s home ground is located at the foot of Maksimir Park approximately 3.5 km east of the city centre along Maksimirska cesta. The stadium’s address for satnav is as follows:
When did GNK Dinamo refurbish the Maksimir Stadium?
In 2011. GNK Dinamo invested a lot of money and effort to refurbish Maksimir once again.
Which is the largest football stadium in Croatia?
Stadion Maksimir located in the capital city of Zagreb is the largest stadium in Croatia, with a capacity of 37,168 and besides being home of the famous GNK Dinamo Zagreb, it is also home of the National Football team. The stadium has underwent numerous renovations since opening in 1912, with the 1997 expansion arguably being the most significant.