Stadionul Dinamo (Stadionul Stefan cel Mare)
|Clubs||FC Dinamo Bucureşti|
|Inauguration||14.10.1951 (Dinamo - Locomotiva Timişoara 1-0)|
|Address||Soseaua Stefan cel Mare nr 7-9, Bucureşti (Sector 2)|
Romania: Dinamo closer to building new home
Since 2017, the plans for Dinamo's new stadium have come a long way. The club overcame many formal obstacles, as a result of which it changed the location of the future venue. There is a good chance that construction works will start next year.
Bucharest: Dinamo plans to start construction in spring
Recently, new details have emerged about the future Dinamo venue, as well as announcements of its imminent creation. Let us hope that this time they are not just empty declarations.
Bucharest: Fourth stadium to break ground in 2021?
Steaua's stadium is nearly complete, Rapid's stadium is advancing, even the national rugby stadium is looking good. Only supporters of Dinamo have nothing to celebrate but it should finally change in 2021.
Bucharest: Dinamo stadium a year after Euro 2020
It was supposed to be a Euro 2020 training venue but will barely be under construction by then. Opening is planned in 2021. It's also going to be smaller and built in a different location. Not much left of the 2016 promises.
Romania: Stadium turned into shrine after death of Patrick Ekeng
26-year-old Cameroonian international Patrick Ekeng died yesterday, having collapsed during Dinamo-Vitorul game. Now Stadionul Stefan Cel Mare is turning into a shrine to his memory.
New design: First Euro 2020 stadium in Bucharest
It may only be a training venue, but the new stadium of Dinamo Bucuresti could easily hold a Euro game itself. Here comes first of three planned new stadia in Bucharest.
Bucharest: Three stadium projects confirmed
New sports minister confirmed that three major stadium of Bucharest will be reconstructed before Euro 2020. Impressive rendering? Don’t believe it, reality won’t be that amazing.
Bucharest: New stadium for Red Dogs after 25 years of waiting?
Old one will be demolished and new one, twice bigger, is to replace it. Or at least that’s the latest of numerous promises considering new stadium for Dinamo Bucharest over the last 25 years.
Bucharest: Euro 2020 to become a relief to top clubs?
As every host city, Bucharest needs to supply secondary stadiums for training needs. Nominations were handed over to three big club stadia, which are now in despair.
Bucharest: Dinamo and Rapid stadiums need to be closed?
National football federation president claims many stadia across Romania require closing and thorough renovations. He names Dinamo and Rapid as such cases, though not hearing approval from Dinamo, as Mediafax informs.
Bucharest: Dinamo's new stadium in city centre?
Not only in far better location than the initially announced plans, but also twice bigger and more expensive. Bucharest may get another premium stadium if millionnaire Ionut Negoiţă keeps his word...
Bucharest: Dinamo moving to a new stadium soon?
Construction may start in half a year and the outcome is to be a new 12,000-seater in suburban district of Bucharest. In exchange the private investor expects to build a mall in the place of the current venue, Gazeta Sporturilor writes.