Club: FK Cukaricki | Opening: 1969 | Capacity: 7,000
History and description
Stadion FK Cukaricki, also referred to as Stadion Na Banovom Brdu, opened in 1969. It underwent a renovation in 2013 when a new small main stand was built
The stadium consists of only two stands: a small covered main stand and a longer uncovered stand on the other side. There are no stands behind the goals.
How to get to Stadion FK Cukaricki
Stadion FK Cukaricki is located in a residential neighbourhood in the south-west of the city of Belgrade at about 7 kilometres from Belgrade’s city centre.
The stadium can be reached by either bus or tram. Tram 12 and 13 run along the high street of the Banovo Brdo neighbourhood, from which it is a 5-minute uphill walk to the stadium. Get off at stop Kijevska.
Tram 12 is most useful as it runs through central Belgrade along Resavska street and passes the central railway station at Savski Trg. Line 13 crosses the bridge to New Belgrade, but can be useful if you’re coming from Novi Belgrade train station as it passes the station.
Bus 37 and 58 can be convenient as well, especially if you’re coming from the Trg Republike or nearby historic centre.
Address: Beogradskog bataljona 25, 11000 Beograd
Tickets for Cukaricki games can be bought at the ticket office of the stadium on the day of the match.
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Photo credits: Bjoertvedt