Club: SK Slovan Bratislava | Opening: 2019 | Capacity: 22,500 seats
History & description
Stadion Tehelne Pole is the recently opened new Slovakian national stadium and new home of Slovan Bratislava. It got built in place of the old Tehelne Pole stadium, which closed in 2009 and got demolished in 2013.
First plans for the new stadium were made in 2006 and the new stadium was scheduled to be completed by 2010. However, the project, initially instigated by Slovan Bratislava, soon ran into delays and the state later took over.
It took until late 2016 for construction works to finally start. The new Stadion Tehelne Pole officially opened on 3 March 2019 with a match between Slovan and Spartak Trnava (2-1).
The stadium has a capacity of 22,500 seats including 42 skyboxes and 900 VIP seats. It is one of the greenest in Europe with 50% of all energy needs coming from renewable resources.
How to get to Stadion Tehelne Pole
Stadion Tehelne Pole is located towards the north-east of Bratislava at about 2.5 kilometres from Bratislava’s old town. The walk takes about half an hour.
Alternatively, take tram 4 from the old town, e.g. stop Namestie SNP, in the direction of Zlate Piesky or ZST Nove Mesto. Get off at stop Nova Doba. The journey takes about 10 minutes.
From the main railway station, which is located 1.5 kilometre north of the old town, you can catch tram 9 to Ruzinov. Get off at stop Trnavske Myto. It’s a 10-minute walk from there.
Address: Viktora Tegelhoffa 4, Bratislava
Slovan Bratislava Tickets
Slovan Bratislava tickets can be bought online through Ticketmedia, or at one of the Ticketmedia sales outlets. Sales outlets are, amongst others, located at the Hodzovo Namestie underpass in the old town, or at Eurovea shopping centre on the Danube river.
Tickets can also be bought at the box office of the stadium from 1.5 hours before the start of the match. Slovan rarely sell out a regular league match.
Ticket prices range from €10.00 for a seat behind the goal to €20.00 for a seat at the main stand.
Photos of Stadion Tehelne Pole
Photo credits: Svk fan