|150 (VIP seats)|
|14 (Press seats)|
|Clubs||FK Vojvodina, FK Proleter Novi Sad|
|Renovations||1931, 1967, 1991, 2004, 2009, 2011|
|Record attendance||30,000 (Vojvodina - Celtic FC, 01.03.1967)|
|Address||Dimitrija Tucovića 3, 21000 Novi Sad|
Stadion Karađorđe – stadium description
The ground was opened on June 28 1924, Serbian Vidovdan holiday. It’s among the largest and most important in the country, partly thanks to rather strong club Vojvodina, who gained recognition not only in Serbia, but also in Europe.
After renovations in 1960s national team of Yugoslavia played several games here, last one in 1989. The national side, this time of Serbia, not Yugoslavia any more, returned only in 2012 as they fought for 2014 World Cup access against Wales. But the U21 team is using Karađorđe regularly.
From 2004 further renovations are taking place with seats being installed, new running track (2009) or floodlights (2011). Complete redevelopment of three stands is planned for the future with capacity going up to 19,500 seats, all covered.
Serbia: Another stage of Novi Sad stadium redevelopment began
As Serbian newspaper Kurir informs, many fans could hardly accept the fact, that the famous club house of Vojvodina is being destroyed. Its distinctive arcades were welcoming players entering and leaving the pitch for years.
Serbia: Vojvodina threatening to leave Europa League if stadium doesn't improve
Under current regulations Serbia's third power would only be allowed to play their first qualifying game at home. Should there be no improvement, the club prefers to drop their European campaign rather than relocate.