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Berane City Stadium

Berane City Stadium
Стадион под Богавским брдом / Stadion pod Bogavskim brdom
Full nameBerane City Stadium
LocationVlada Martinovića, Berane,  Montenegro
Coordinates42°50′36″N 19°51′59″E / 42.843324°N 19.866268°E / 42.843324; 19.866268
OwnerBerane Municipality
OperatorFK Berane
Field size105 m × 70 m (344 ft × 230 ft)
FK Berane (1975–present)
FK Radnički (2012–present)

Berane City Stadium (Montenegrin: Gradski stadion Berane/Градски стадион Беране) is a multi-purpose stadium in Berane, Montenegro.[1] Also known as Stadion pod Bogavskim brdom, it is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FK Berane and FK Radnički. Also it serves as home ground of Athletic Club Lim.


Stadium was built in 1981 for purposes of hosting Inter-municipalities Youth Sports Games also known as the MOSI Games (Montenegrinn: Međuopštinske omladinske sportske igre/Међународне омладинске спортске игре). At that time, capacity of two new stands was 11,000 seats.
During the 2017, Football Association of Montenegro started the renovation of the stadium.[2] New stand with seats, roofs, dressing rooms and offices which meets UEFA criteria were opened in September 2018.[3] After the works, capacity of stadium was reduced to 6,500 seats.

Pitch and conditions

The pitch measures 105 x 70 meters. Between the stands and pitch, there is an athletic track.
There is one additional pitch with artificial turf near the main stadium. New Berane sports hall, built in 2017, is situated in front of the Berane City Stadium.

See also


  1. ^ "Berane, Gradski Stadion". 2002-09-15. Retrieved 2013-08-14.
  2. ^ "Savićević i Đurđevac obišli gradski stadion – Mladi Berana".
  3. ^ "Otvorena Rekonstruisana Tribina Gradskog Stadiona". 30 September 2018.
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