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Iskar Stadium

Iskar Stadium is a multi-use all-seater stadium in Samokov, Bulgaria named after "Iskar" river.

It is currently used for football matches and is the home ground of PFC Rilski Sportist. The stadium holds 7,000 people.It is located in the southwestern part of Samokov near the biggest park of the city - "Gradski", just off the 82 main road to the ski resort Borovets. The best attendance was on 22.10.2002 a match between PFC Rilski Sportist (ПФК Рилски спортист Самоков) and PFC Levski Sofia (ПФК Левски София) - 6 800 spectators.

Iskar Stadium
Location Samokov, Bulgaria
Coordinates
Owner Ministry of Physical Education and Sport of Bulgaria
Operator PFC Rilski Sportist
Capacity 7000
Field size 105m X 68m
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1972
Renovated 2005
Tenants
Rilski Sportist 1972 - present

History

Iskar Stadium was officially opened in 1972, particularly renovated in 2005.

The stadium was used for athletics competitions.

Concert venue

The stadium has hosted some music shows.

Location

The stadium is located in the southwestern part of Samokov near the biggest park of the city - "Gradski", just off the 82 main road to the ski resort Borovets.

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