Poljud Stadium, Split
Poljud Stadium, Split - Address, Phone Number
Address: 8 MediteranskihIgara 2, 21000, Split, Croatia
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
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About Poljud Stadium, Split
Built in 1979, the Poljud stadium was originally built with the purpose of holding Mediterranean Games. The architecture is peculiar is beautiful enough to attract the visitor. There are two arced roofs are built with an intention to give a look of a seashell. Today this stadium organizes contemporary events and can hold at least 50,000 spectators. It has an athletics track running around the pitch. While you are in Split, make sure you enquire about the sports events that regularly take place here.
Poljud Stadium Ticket Prices
- Check the website for online tickets.
Poljud Stadium Opening and Closing Hours
- As per the sports event.
How To reach Poljud Stadium by Public Transport
- By Bus: One can take bus 3 from the eastern side of the historic centre (from streets Zagrebacka or Zvonimira). Take the bus in the direction of Lora.
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Poljud Stadium, Split Reviews - Write a Review
A real gem of the Adriatic coast. This stadium is amazing not only due to its long and impressive history (dating all the way back to 1979) it's also the first stadium in all of Europe to feature an unsupported roof. If you decide to visit the stadium, make sure you take a tour because usually they're aren't many people around. Sometimes if you're lucky enough you'll get your own VIP tour of the Poljud.
I was here during Ultra Europe 2016 and 2017. I find this stadium very big and nice, but it's clearly not made for huge masses of people going out on the field at once. The openings in to the field are very small, and drunk people tend to have very little patience. For football matches, this is obviously not a problem.
We were there for ultra in 2017. nice big stadium, lots of seating. The only issue i have with the stadium is the concrete step going up into the seating area. Some of the steps are loose and wobble. This is not good when you are drunk and try and go up and down the stairs. It could end badly for someone.
Beautiful stadium. An elevator would be great, also the cleanliness of the area under the stands is questionable.
A very large stadium that really only gets a quarter packed unless for a massive game. If you sit in the North stand, do not take photos of the fans that sit there. They warn you numerous times before hand.