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Stadionul Național (1953) 
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Instance ofassociation football stadium
Location Bucharest, Romania
Owned by
Point in time1953
  • 1953
Date of official opening
  • 2 August 1953
Maximum capacity
  • 60,120
44° 26′ 13.92″ N, 26° 09′ 07.93″ E
Authority control
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Stadionul Lia Manoliu (es); リア・マノリウ・スタジアム (ja); Stadionul Național (fr); Stadionul Național (hr); Stadionul Național (1953) (pl); Stadionul Naţional (tr); Lia Manoliustadion (nl); Лия Манолиу (ru); 羅馬尼亞國家體育場 (zh-hant); Lia-Manoliu-Stadion (de); Estádio Lia Manoliu (pt); Stadionul Național (1953) (en); Estadi Nacional Lia Manoliu (ca); 罗马尼亚国家体育場 (zh-hans); Stadionul Național (1953) (ro) אצטדיון כדורגל ברומניה (he); ملعب كرة قدم (ar); Fußballstadion in Rumänien (de); voetbalstadion in Boekarest, Roemenië (nl)
English: Lia-Manoliu-Stadium is a football ground in Bucharest, Romania. It was the national stadium of Romania, before being demolished and replaced by the National Arena.


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