A new City Arena opened in Trnava, Slovakia

Slovakia - City Arena TrnavaSlovakia - City Arena Trnava 29.09.2015: Last Sunday in August 2015 the City Arena was opened in Trnava, Slovakia. The newly built stadium has a capacity of 19,200 seats and is thus the largest stadium in Slovakia. The City Arena Trnava was built on the site of the former Anton Malatinsky’s Stadium and is the largest construction ever to be built in Trnava, a Slovak city with a population of 65,000 people. The premises also include office buildings, a shopping mall, a cinema complex and a two-storey underground car park.

The new stadium was officially opened on Sunday 30th August with a Fortuna League match between Spartak Trnava, the home team, and MŠK Žilina, which the home team won 2-0. More than 13,000 spectators came to the match to share their joy at having a new arena, which meets European standards and replaced the MŠK Žilina Stadium as the most modern stadium in Slovakia.
  Below you can see a photo taken at the opening of the City Arena Trnava, which was attended by 13,340 people. The start of the match was delayed due to a pyro show given by the Spartak fans. Considering the usual attendance at Slovak League matches this was a truly unparalleled number of spectators. Let us hope that it will set a good example and such numbers of spectators will attend other matches in Trnava and elsewhere in Slovakia too.
  Author: Jiri Vojkovsky | Photo: www.cityarenatrnava.com

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