Štadión Spartaka Myjava
|579 (Main stand)|
|823 (South stand)|
|1,139 (East stand)|
|150 (Away section)|
|Address||Hodžova 261/1, 907 01 Myjava, Slovenská republika|
Description: Štadión Spartaka Myjava
Established in 1920 as ŠK Myjava, local club received its first stadium in 1931 and a new field in 1954. However, with decreasing role of the team in Czechoslovak football, the stadium also saw minor changes over the next half a century.
It wasn’t until 2012 that renamed Spartak was promoted to the top tier of Slovak football for the first time, also requiring a renovation of their stadium. Within three months new steel sections with cover were built with some of the citizens chipping in by acquiring shares worth up to €1,000.
In 2013 the stadium received floodlights for the first time.
Slovakia: Record low turnout for top league
Slovan Bratislava draws just over 1,000 people per game and not even all the time. Even the title favourites Zilina fall far short of filling their stadium. This seasons sees all-time low for crowd size in the Fortuna Liga.