Stadion Sveti Petar Cetinjski
|Lovćen, FK Cetinje
|Design being implemented
|€ 8.8 mln
|17/11/2017 - 2021
|Slavica Komatina, Studio K
Stadion Sveti Petar Cetinjski – design description
The new stadium will replace Stadion Obilića Poljana, which was built in 1957 and served until 2017. The first documentation regarding the construction of a new football arena in this place appeared in 2013.
During the design phase, it was necessary to take into account that the facility is located within the historic core of the city, also beside an old cemetery. This required special sensitivity when designing the facade, clad partly with stone.
The venue, built on a circular plan, will consist of three stands and a commercial area, which has been planned behind the goal on the south side. The east and west stands were designed almost identically. Both will be covered and will have a similar capacity (over 2,200 each).
The main difference is that the west stand will have media-adapted facilities, as well as dressing rooms for players and spaces for delegates. Behind the goal on the north side (717 seats) there will be an uncovered stand for the visitors' fans. Premium seating is placed in the west (145 seats) and east (98).
To the south, there will be a one-story commercial building with an area of 2,000 square metres and a plaza where fans will be able to gather before the matches. The new stadium will meet the UEFA requirements for playing matches of national teams.
New design: Modern stadium in former capital of Montenegro
Montenegro is slowly making up for the shortcomings in the football infrastructure. One of the most interesting projects currently under construction is the stadium in Cetinje, which, when completed, will meet the requirements of international competitions.