Minyor Stadium

Minyor Stadium
Minyor Stadium
The Stadium of Peace
Full name Minyor Stadium
Former names Georgi Dimitrov Stadium
Location Pernik, Bulgaria
Coordinates 42°36′24″N 23°1′24″E / 42.60667°N 23.02333°E / 42.60667; 23.02333
Broke ground 1951
Built 1951–1954
Opened May 30, 1954
Renovated 2009
Owner Municipality of Pernik
Operator Minyor Pernik
Surface Grass
Capacity 8,000
Field dimensions 105 X 60
PFC Minyor Pernik (1954-present)

Minyor Stadium (Bulgarian: Стадион "Миньор") (nicknamed The Stadium of Peace) is a multi-purpose stadium in Pernik, Bulgaria. It is currently used for football matches and is the home ground of the local football club Minyor Pernik. The stadium has a capacity of 8,000 spectators[1] and it was officially inaugurated on May 30, 1954.[2]

  • The stadium initially held a capacity of 20,000 spectators, but in August 2009, the owners of the club decided to rebuilt the whole western stand, and the capacity was reduced to 8,000 spectators to obtain a license by the Bulgarian Football Union.


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