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This article is about the new stadium which opened in 2019. For the original stadium which it replaced, see Tehelné pole (1939).

Tehelné pole or National football stadium (Slovak: Národný futbalový štadión) is a multi-use stadium in Bratislava, Slovakia. It was completed in 2019 and is used for football matches, including the home matches of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and the Slovakia national football team. This project concerns mutual assistance between well-known Slovak entrepreneur Ivan Kmotrík as the owner of ŠK Slovan Bratislava and the Government of Slovakia. The stadium has a capacity of 22,500 spectators, and replaced the old Tehelné pole stadium, which was demolished in summer 2013.

Tehelné pole
Full nameTehelné pole
LocationViktora Tegelhoffa 4 Bratislava, Slovakia
Coordinates48°9′48.81″N17°8′12.68″E /48.1635583°N 17.1368556°E /48.1635583; 17.1368556
Executive suites42
Capacity22,500
Field size105 x 68 m
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Broke groundJuly 2013
Opened2019
Construction cost 98.5 million
ArchitectKarol Kállay
General contractorStrabag
Tenants
Website
http://narodnyfutbalovystadion.sk/

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Tehelné pole was a neighborhood in Bratislava, Slovakia, characterized by the presence of several sports facilities. Administratively, the neighborhood belongs to Nové Mesto borough, situated around 5 km north-east of the centre. The German and Hungarian names for this locality are Ziegelfeld and Téglamező.

Tehelné Pole is located in the third district of Bratislava, Slovakia. The arena can be approached by tram, trolleybus and bus.

Service Stop Line Walking distance from Tehelné pole
Tram Česká, Nová doba 4 300–400 m
Bus N53, X4
Trolleybus Zimný Štadión 47, 60, 64 600 m
Bus Bajkalská, Nová doba 39, 53, 61, 63, 74, 75, 78, 98, N74 200–250 m
Regional bus 506, 520, 540, 550, 565, 599, 610, 620, 630, 632

Drivers can park directly under the National Football Stadium. There is space for 994 cars. An additional 365 parking spaces are offered at the Ondrej Nepela Arena, which is approximately 300 m away from the stadium or Polus City Center, which offers 1,683 parking spaces. This shopping center is located on Vajnorská 100 street, which is 350 m away.

The first match was played at the stadium on 16 January 2019. Only holders of season tickets had access to the friendly game between Slovan and Czech First League side Sigma Olomouc. The first competitive match took place on 3 March 2019. In the 21st round of the Slovak League, Slovan defeated their main rivals Trnava in front of sold-out stands. On 11 May 2019, Slovan, who had already clinched the title, defeated Žilina 6–2 in a special match, which was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the club's establishment. Slovan had celebrated this anniversary on 3 May. On 24 May 2019, Slovan defeated Sereď 3–1 in the last league round. After the match, the first championship celebrations took place at the stadium.

As league champion, Slovan qualified for the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League. The first European match at the stadium took place on 10 July 2019. In it, Slovan drew with Sutjeska Nikšić, the champion of Montenegro. Two weeks later, the first Europa League game was played at the stadium. In the second qualifying round, Slovan played against Feronikeli from Kosovo. Slovan then advanced to the group stage of the competition and played against Besiktas, Wolverhampton and Braga.

On 13 October 2019, the first international match took place at Tehelné pole. Slovakia drew with Paraguay in a friendly.

On 4 December 2019, Slovan played their first match in the Slovak Cup at the stadium, defeating Žilina 2–0. On 8 July 2020, the stadium hosted the 2020 Slovak Cup Final. Slovan defeated Ružomberok 1–0 and celebrated victory at their home stadium.

On 16 September 2021, the first Conference League match was played at Tehelné pole. Slovan lost to Copenhagen in the group stage of the newly created competition.

Slovan Bratislava v Sigma Olomouc
16 January 2019 First match Slovan Bratislava 2–3 Sigma Olomouc Friendly match
17:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Moha26'
Medveděv 72'
Report Jemelka 53'
Yunis 60'
Zahradníček 88'
Attendance: 2,183
Slovan Bratislava v Spartak Trnava
3 March 2019 First Slovak League match Slovan Bratislava 2–0 Spartak Trnava Traditional derby
18:00 CET (UTC+01:00) Šporar 50',86' Report Attendance: 22,500
Slovan Bratislava v Sutjeska Nikšić
10 July 2019 First Champions League match Slovan Bratislava 1–1 Sutjeska Nikšić 1st qualifying round
20:15 CEST (UTC+02:00) Šporar 82' Report Kojašević 90+5' Attendance: 11,250
Slovan Bratislava v Feronikeli
24 July 2019 First Europa League match Slovan Bratislava 2–1 Feronikeli 2nd qualifying round
18:00 CEST (UTC+02:00) Nono 9'
Šporar 61' (pen.)
Report Hoti 67' Attendance: 7,150
Slovakia v Paraguay
13 October 2019 First international match Slovakia 1–1 Paraguay Friendly match
20:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Boženík 59' Report Kaku 85' Attendance: 6,669
Slovan Bratislava v Žilina
4 December 2019 First Slovak Cup match Slovan Bratislava 2–0 Žilina Round of 16
18:30 CET (UTC+01:00) Kaša 25' (o.g.)
Šporar 29', 41'
Report Attendance: 3,879
Slovan Bratislava v Copenhagen
16 September 2021 First Conference League match Slovan Bratislava 1–3 Copenhagen Group stage
18:45 CEST (UTC+02:00) Henty 21' Report Wind 18',68' (pen.)
Stage 41'
Attendance: 9,833
Notes
  1. Only a trial match.
  2. Limited capacity; access allowed to season ticket holders only.
  3. The official opening match.

Tehelné Pole Stadium has hosted 5 matches of the Slovak national team (1 friendly and 4 competitive games).

Slovakia vParaguay
13 October 2019 International Friendly Slovakia 1–1Paraguay
20:45 Boženík 59' Report Kaku 85' Attendance: 6,669
Referee: Slavko Vinčić (Slovenia)
Slovakia vCroatia
4 September 2021 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification Slovakia 0–1Croatia
20:45 Report 86' Brozović Attendance: 9,047
Referee: Bartosz Frankowski (Poland)
Slovakia vCyprus
7 September 2021 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification Slovakia 2–0Cyprus
20:45 Schranz 55'
Koscelník 77'
Report Attendance: 6,762
Referee: Aliyar Aghayev (Azerbaijan)
  • Tehelné Pole stadium in 2021

  • A stand at the Tehelné Pole Stadium (2021)

  • The national stadium during construction in 2018

The stadium also serves as a concert venue. Slovak band Elán was the first band to perform at the National Football Stadium. The list of concerts can be seen below:

Date Artist or Event Title Attendance
29 May 2019 Elán ~20,000
5 June 2019 Kabát ~26,000
10 June 2022 IMT Smile, Lucie... (Lovestream Festival) ~10,000
11 June 2022 Dua Lipa, Lost Frequencies... (Lovestream Festival) ~20,000
12 June 2022 Red Hot Chili Peppers, Calum Scott... (Lovestream Festival) 28,600

Other stadiums or venues near Tehelné pole locality include Štadión Pasienky (built 1962), home ground of FK Inter Bratislava, ice hockey Ondrej Nepela Arena (built 2011), home of the team HC Slovan Bratislava and the National Tennis Centre (built 2003), which is used for Fed Cup as well as Davis Cup matches, concerts and other events.

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  2. Dopirák, Igor (30 November 2017). "Architekt Národného futbalového štadióna: Každý štadión má slepé miesta". sme.sk. Retrieved2 July 2019.
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  4. "Linky MHD a IHS". Bratislava: imhd.sk. Retrieved2 July 2019.
  5. Behind closed doors due to regulations by the Government of Slovakia against COVID-19 pandemic.
  6. "VIDEO: Elán odohral svoj premiérový koncert na novom Tehelnom poli – koľko ľudí naň prišlo? | Kultúra | Bratislavské noviny". www.bratislavskenoviny.sk.
  7. "Kabát oslávil v Bratislave svoje 30. výročie, gratulovať prišlo 26-tisíc fanúšikov". hudba.zoznam.sk.
  8. "Lovestream festival má za sebou prvý deň. Napriek nižšej účasti začal pozitívne". hudba.zoznam.sk.
  9. "Hviezdne vystúpenia z Lovestream festivalu: Toto Slovensko ešte nezažilo!". slovakwoman.sk.
  10. "Red Hot Chili Peppers dali Bratislave sto minút čistej funk-rockovej radosti". hudba.zoznam.sk.

Coordinates: 48°09′49″N17°08′13″E /48.1636°N 17.1369°E /48.1636; 17.1369


Tehelne pole Article Talk Language Watch Edit This article is about the new stadium which opened in 2019 For the original stadium which it replaced see Tehelne pole 1939 Tehelne pole or National football stadium Slovak Narodny futbalovy stadion is a multi use stadium in Bratislava Slovakia It was completed in 2019 and is used for football matches including the home matches of SK Slovan Bratislava and the Slovakia national football team This project concerns mutual assistance between well known Slovak entrepreneur Ivan Kmotrik as the owner of SK Slovan Bratislava and the Government of Slovakia The stadium has a capacity of 22 500 spectators and replaced the old Tehelne pole stadium which was demolished in summer 2013 Tehelne poleUEFAFull nameTehelne poleLocationViktora Tegelhoffa 4 Bratislava SlovakiaCoordinates48 9 48 81 N 17 8 12 68 E 48 1635583 N 17 1368556 E 48 1635583 17 1368556Executive suites42 3 Capacity22 500Field size105 x 68 mSurfaceGrassConstructionBroke groundJuly 2013Opened2019Construction cost 98 5 million 1 ArchitectKarol Kallay 2 General contractorStrabagTenantsSK Slovan Bratislava 2019 present Slovakia national football team 2019 present Websitehttp narodnyfutbalovystadion sk Contents 1 Location 2 Transport 3 Milestone matches 4 International matches 5 Image gallery 6 Concert venue 7 Other stadiums venues nearby 8 References 9 External linksLocation EditTehelne pole was a neighborhood in Bratislava Slovakia characterized by the presence of several sports facilities Administratively the neighborhood belongs to Nove Mesto borough situated around 5 km north east of the centre The German and Hungarian names for this locality are Ziegelfeld and Teglamezo Transport EditTehelne Pole is located in the third district of Bratislava Slovakia The arena can be approached by tram trolleybus and bus 4 Service Stop Line Walking distance from Tehelne poleTram Ceska Nova doba 4 300 400 mBus N53 X4Trolleybus Zimny Stadion 47 60 64 600 mBus Bajkalska Nova doba 39 53 61 63 74 75 78 98 N74 200 250 mRegional bus 506 520 540 550 565 599 610 620 630 632 Drivers can park directly under the National Football Stadium There is space for 994 cars An additional 365 parking spaces are offered at the Ondrej Nepela Arena which is approximately 300 m away from the stadium or Polus City Center which offers 1 683 parking spaces This shopping center is located on Vajnorska 100 street which is 350 m away Milestone matches EditThe first match was played at the stadium on 16 January 2019 Only holders of season tickets had access to the friendly game between Slovan and Czech First League side Sigma Olomouc The first competitive match took place on 3 March 2019 In the 21st round of the Slovak League Slovan defeated their main rivals Trnava in front of sold out stands On 11 May 2019 Slovan who had already clinched the title defeated Zilina 6 2 in a special match which was dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the club s establishment Slovan had celebrated this anniversary on 3 May On 24 May 2019 Slovan defeated Sered 3 1 in the last league round After the match the first championship celebrations took place at the stadium As league champion Slovan qualified for the 2019 20 UEFA Champions League The first European match at the stadium took place on 10 July 2019 In it Slovan drew with Sutjeska Niksic the champion of Montenegro Two weeks later the first Europa League game was played at the stadium In the second qualifying round Slovan played against Feronikeli from Kosovo Slovan then advanced to the group stage of the competition and played against Besiktas Wolverhampton and Braga On 13 October 2019 the first international match took place at Tehelne pole Slovakia drew with Paraguay in a friendly On 4 December 2019 Slovan played their first match in the Slovak Cup at the stadium defeating Zilina 2 0 On 8 July 2020 the stadium hosted the 2020 Slovak Cup Final Slovan defeated Ruzomberok 1 0 and celebrated victory at their home stadium On 16 September 2021 the first Conference League match was played at Tehelne pole Slovan lost to Copenhagen in the group stage of the newly created competition Slovan Bratislava v Sigma Olomouc 16 January 2019 First match a Slovan Bratislava 2 3 Sigma OlomoucFriendly match17 00 CET UTC 01 00 Moha 26 Medvedev 72 Report Jemelka 53 Yunis 60 Zahradnicek 88 Attendance 2 183 b Slovan Bratislava v Spartak Trnava 3 March 2019 First Slovak League match c Slovan Bratislava 2 0 Spartak TrnavaTraditional derby18 00 CET UTC 01 00 Sporar 50 86 Report Attendance 22 500 Slovan Bratislava v Sutjeska Niksic 10 July 2019 First Champions League matchSlovan Bratislava 1 1 Sutjeska Niksic1st qualifying round20 15 CEST UTC 02 00 Sporar 82 Report Kojasevic 90 5 Attendance 11 250 Slovan Bratislava v Feronikeli 24 July 2019 First Europa League matchSlovan Bratislava 2 1 Feronikeli2nd qualifying round18 00 CEST UTC 02 00 Nono 9 Sporar 61 pen Report Hoti 67 Attendance 7 150 Slovakia v Paraguay 13 October 2019 First international matchSlovakia 1 1 ParaguayFriendly match20 45 CEST UTC 02 00 Bozenik 59 Report Kaku 85 Attendance 6 669 Slovan Bratislava v Zilina 4 December 2019 First Slovak Cup matchSlovan Bratislava 2 0 ZilinaRound of 1618 30 CET UTC 01 00 Kasa 25 o g Sporar 29 41 Report Attendance 3 879 Slovan Bratislava v Copenhagen 16 September 2021 First Conference League matchSlovan Bratislava 1 3 CopenhagenGroup stage18 45 CEST UTC 02 00 Henty 21 Report Wind 18 68 pen Stage 41 Attendance 9 833 Notes Only a trial match Limited capacity access allowed to season ticket holders only The official opening match International matches EditTehelne Pole Stadium has hosted 5 matches of the Slovak national team 1 friendly and 4 competitive games Slovakia v Paraguay 13 October 2019 International FriendlySlovakia 1 1 Paraguay20 45 Bozenik 59 Report Kaku 85 Attendance 6 669 Referee Slavko Vincic Slovenia Slovakia v Czech Republic 4 September 2020 2020 21 UEFA Nations League BSlovakia 1 3 Czech Republic20 45 Schranz 88 Report Coufal 48 Dockal 53 pen Krmencik 86 Attendance 0 5 Referee Andris Treimanis Latvia Slovakia v Republic of Ireland 8 October 2020 UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying play offsSlovakia 0 0 a e t 4 2 p Republic of Ireland20 45 Report Attendance 0 5 Referee Clement Turpin France PenaltiesHamsik Hrosovsky Haraslin Gregus Hourihane Brady Browne Doherty Slovakia v Croatia 4 September 2021 2022 FIFA World Cup qualificationSlovakia 0 1 Croatia20 45 Report 86 Brozovic Attendance 9 047 Referee Bartosz Frankowski Poland Slovakia v Cyprus 7 September 2021 2022 FIFA World Cup qualificationSlovakia 2 0 Cyprus20 45 Schranz 55 Koscelnik 77 Report Attendance 6 762 Referee Aliyar Aghayev Azerbaijan Image gallery Edit Tehelne Pole stadium in 2021 A stand at the Tehelne Pole Stadium 2021 The national stadium during construction in 2018Concert venue EditThe stadium also serves as a concert venue Slovak band Elan was the first band to perform at the National Football Stadium The list of concerts can be seen below Date Artist or Event Title Attendance29 May 2019 Elan 20 000 6 5 June 2019 Kabat 26 000 7 10 June 2022 IMT Smile Lucie Lovestream Festival 10 000 8 11 June 2022 Dua Lipa Lost Frequencies Lovestream Festival 20 000 9 12 June 2022 Red Hot Chili Peppers Calum Scott Lovestream Festival 28 600 10 Other stadiums venues nearby EditOther stadiums or venues near Tehelne pole locality include Stadion Pasienky built 1962 home ground of FK Inter Bratislava ice hockey Ondrej Nepela Arena built 2011 home of the team HC Slovan Bratislava and the National Tennis Centre built 2003 which is used for Fed Cup as well as Davis Cup matches concerts and other events References Edit Stadion sa predrazil o viac ako 23 milionov Pellegrini zdvovodnuje zvysenie nakladov Sportky sk 29 January 2020 Dopirak Igor 30 November 2017 Architekt Narodneho futbaloveho stadiona Kazdy stadion ma slepe miesta sme sk Retrieved 2 July 2019 Stadion v cislach in Slovak Narodny futbalovy stadion Retrieved 2 July 2019 Linky MHD a IHS Bratislava imhd sk Retrieved 2 July 2019 a b Behind closed doors due to regulations by the Government of Slovakia against COVID 19 pandemic VIDEO Elan odohral svoj premierovy koncert na novom Tehelnom poli koľko ľudi nan prislo Kultura Bratislavske noviny www bratislavskenoviny sk Kabat oslavil v Bratislave svoje 30 vyrocie gratulovat prislo 26 tisic fanusikov hudba zoznam sk Lovestream festival ma za sebou prvy den Napriek nizsej ucasti zacal pozitivne hudba zoznam sk Hviezdne vystupenia z Lovestream festivalu Toto Slovensko este nezazilo slovakwoman sk Red Hot Chili Peppers dali Bratislave sto minut cistej funk rockovej radosti hudba zoznam sk External links EditModern Tehelna NFS on the field with a capacity of 22 000 seats permanent dead link State to finance Sk3 billion football stadium Coordinates 48 09 49 N 17 08 13 E 48 1636 N 17 1369 E 48 1636 17 1369 This article about a Slovak sports venue is a stub You can help Wikipedia by expanding it vte Retrieved from 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