Huvepharma Arena - Ludogorets Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: September 4, 2021

Ludogorets Arena Pitch

Ludogorets Arena is a multi-purpose sports stadium located in the northeastern Bulgarian city of Razgrad. It is currently home to PFC Ludogorets Razgrad who wish to expand the 6,500 capacity arena.

Ludogorets Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Address: bul. "Vasil Levski" 43, Razgrad, 7200
Pitch Size:105 m x 68 m
Stadium Owner:Municipality of Razgrad
Operator:Ludogorets Razgrad
Stadium Names
Names:Хювефарма Арена (Bulgarian)
Former Names:Dyanko Stefanov Stadium (1954–2011), Ludogorets Arena (2011–2019)
Construction Details
Broke Ground:1954
Architect:rdist OOD, RB Green OOD
Expanded:2015, 2017, 2018

Huvepharma Arena History

Ludogorets Arena is the home ground of PFC Ludogorets Razgrad and for a team which was technically founded in just 2001 they’ve made quite the impact upon Bulgarian Football becoming only the third team alongside CSKA Sofia and Levski Sofia to win the treble consisting of the A Group league title, Bulgarian Cup and Supercup.

Taking part of their name from the defunct team which played out of the city between 1945-2006, the literally translation of Ludogorets is “The Wild Forest”.

Initially known as Stadion Dyanko Stefanov, the local council approved a motion to rename the ground to the “Ludogorets Arena” two months before the stadium was due to open on September 21st 2011.

The club is run by businessman Kiril Domuschiev who is one of the country’s richest men, and he stumped up the 10 million lev needed to finance the team’s brand new stadium.

With an initial capacity of just 6,000, Ludogorets Arena is a football stadium designed to increase in size as the club’s fanbase and reputation grows.

Currently categorised as a Category 4 stadium by UEFA, three years on from opening, the club are now ready to invest in expanding the ground to an impressive 16.,000 which would double the capacity.

Having qualified for the Europa League during the 2013/2014 season and Champions League the season after, the expansion of the Ludogorets Arena will be entirely self-financed which will certainly fit within UEFA’s financial fairplay framework.

The increased stadium capacity will allow the club to host European matches at the Ludogorets arena. Currently the club have opted to play their home fixtures 170 miles away in Sofia.

PFC Ludogorets Razgrad supporters inside the stadium

View of Huvepharma Arena

Ludogorets Razgrad Info

Full Name:Professional Football Club Ludogorets
Rivals:CSKA Sofia, Levski Sofia
Team Colours:Green and White
Club Mascot:The Eagle
Nicknames:Орлите (The eagles), Ludogorets
Famous Players:Ihor Plastun, Juninho Quixadá, Virgil Misidjan, Jonathan Cafú, Roman Bezjak
Famous Managers:Ivaylo Petev, Stoycho Stoev, Georgi Dermendzhiev, Pavel Vrba
Team Owner:Kiril Domuschiev
Team Goalscorer:Claudiu Keșerü (139+)
Most Appearances:Svetoslav Dyakov (350)
Official Website:
Team Wikipedia:

Huvepharma Arena Seating Plan

Below is a seating plan of Ludogorets's Huvepharma Arena:

Ludogorets stadium seating map

Stand Photos

The Arena is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West.

Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the Stadium.

Matchday Experience

Ludogorets Club Shop

Interior of PFC Ludogorets club shop

Ludogorets Club Shop

How to get to Huvepharma Arena

Where is Huvepharma Arena?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Huvepharma Arena?

Bulgarian side Ludogorets play their home matches at Huvepharma Arena.

What is the capacity of Huvepharma Arena?

As of 2024 Huvepharma Arena has an official seating capacity of 10,422 for Football matches.

When was Huvepharma Arena opened?

Huvepharma Arena officially opened in 2011 and is home to Ludogorets

What is the postcode for Huvepharma Arena?

The postcode for Huvepharma Arena is 7200.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Huvepharma Arena in 2024. Please visit the official website of Ludogorets for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.