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HŠK Zrinjski Stadium



lower west


upper west

Under construction


Since 1958, when the first match was played there, it has been the stadium where FK Velež played their home games, while the Nobles began writing their history there in 1994, during the match against NK Mladost Dubint (NK Široki Brijeg) in the finals playoff for the champion of Herzeg-Bosnia.

Located in the central part of the city, it is the second-largest stadium in Bosnia and Herzegovina in terms of capacity, behind the Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium in Sarajevo.

Before the installation of seated seats, it could accommodate over 20,000 spectators, whereas today the capacity is significantly smaller. The main stand (lower west) can accommodate 4,875 spectators, the upper west stand has a capacity of 2,380 seats, and currently, the eastern stand is under construction. Until 2023, it was the “Standing Tribune,” where the Nobles’ most loyal fans, the Ultras, cheered them on.

Within the stadium complex, there is an administrative building with official premises, including dressing rooms. Behind the southern goal, there is a training ground primarily used by the HŠK Zrinjski Football School.