Stadion SRC Zapresic

Key facts

Club: NK Inter Zapresic | Opening: 1962 | Capacity: 4,528 (1,100 standing)

History and description

Stadion SRC Zapresic opened in 1962, though at that time it was nothing more than a pitch surrounded by an athletics track and some earth banks. The ground was opened with an exhibition match versus Dinamo Zagreb.

The first proper stand, the current main stand, was built in 1987 so that the ground could serve as a playing venue during the 1987 Summer Universiade.

Floodlights were installed in 2005 following Inter’s second place in the league. The stadium currently consists of two stands on both sides: the all-seater main stand that has part cover and a small uncovered stand part seating part terrace on the other side.

How to get to Stadion SRC Zapresic

Stadion SRC Zapresic is located in the town of Zapresic, which lies just north-west of Zagreb (roughly 17 kilometres from Zagreb’s city centre and 6 kilometres from the city limits).

The stadium lies in the northern part of the town of Zapresic, roughly 2.5 kilometres away from the town’s main railway station, which lies all the way south. You’ll be able to walk from the station to the stadium in roughly 30 minutes though.

Trains from Zagreb’s main railway station to Zapresic tend to run once to twice an hour for the journey that takes a little over 20 minutes.

Closer to the stadium, though, lies rail station Zapresic Savska, a 15-minute walk away, though service is less frequent with trains running once every hour or other hour depending on the time of the day.

Address: Ul. Vladimira Novaka 38, 10290, Zaprešić

Inter Zapresic Tickets

Inter Zapresic tickets can be bought at the club office at the stadium, typically from two days before the match, and at the ticket windows of the stadium on the day of the match.

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Useful Websites – Official website of NK Inter Zapresic