Stadion Partizana

Key facts

Club: FK Partizan | Opening: 1949 | Capacity: 32,710 seats

History and description

Stadion Partizana was built on the site of the former BSK Stadium, home of OFK Beograd.

Stadion Partizana officially opened on 9 October 1949 with an international between Yugoslavia and France (1-1), but it took until 1951 for it to be entirely completed and officially opened.

The stadium then already had its present shape, but could still hold 55,000 spectators as it mainly consisted of terraces. Until 1989 the stadium was called Stadion JNA

The stadium got extensively renovated in 1998 following FIFA requirements. This also led to the conversion of the stadium into an all-seater and the consequent reduction in capacity.

In the last decade, several plans surfaced for Partizan to build a new and modern stadium, but all plans eventually got cancelled. Instead, minor refurbishments were performed on the present stadium.

How to get to Stadion Partizana

Stadion Partizana is located toward the south of the city of Belgrade, about 3 kilometres from the city centre and main railway station. Stadion Crvena Zvezda lies only a few hundred metres further south.

It’s a long but doable walk from the main railway station or southern edges of the city centre, about 40 minutes. The walk from the Saint Sava Church, one of Belgrade’s landmarks south of the centre, takes about 25 minutes.

Alternatively, the stadium can be reached with tram 9, 10, and 14 (all in the direction of Banjica). Tram 9 departs from the main railway station, tram 10 from the historic centre (e.g. Cara Dusana street), and tram 14 from Tašmajdan Park (which line 10 also passes). Get off at Trg Oslobodenja square shortly after having passed the E-75 motorway.

Trolleybus 40 and 41 are good alternatives. Bus 40 can be taken from Takovska avenue west of the city centre and bus 41 from Trg Studentski square right in the city centre. Take the bus in the direction of Banjica, and get off at stop Stadion Partizan, just after haivng passed the stadium on the left.

Address: Humska 1, Beograd

Partizan Tickets

Tickets for Partizan matches can be bought online via Ticketline, by phone +381 11 20 30 570, at the ticket office at Stadion Partizana, or at the Ticketline sales center at Gavrila Principa 7 just north of the main railway station.

Tickets are also available on the gate on the day of the match.

Tickets typically cost either RSD 200.00 for a seat behind the goal or RSD 400.00 for a seat at one of the long sides.

For more information call +381 11 20 30 570.

Photos of Stadion Partizana

Relevant Internet links – Official website of FK Partizan. – Website of the tourist organization of Belgrade. – Belgrade public transport information.