Bonchuk Stadium first opened in 1952 has been home to PFC Marek Dupnitsa ever since. It currently has a seating capacity of 16,050.
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Bonchuk Stadium History
Bonchuk Stadium has been home to PFC Marek Dupnitsa since 1952, and is very much built in the archetypical Bulgarian mould. Municipally owned, the stadium consists of a bowl-shaped single-tier of seating and a pitch which features an athletics track around its perimeter.
Although Bonchuk Stadium is yet to host a full international match, it has hosted a number of high-profile European matches of the years most famously in the late 1970s and early 1980s.
During the 1977-1978 season, the club played Bayern Munich in the UEFA Cup, and a season later faced Aberdeen in the Cup Winners Cup. Managed by a young Sir Alex Ferguson, Marek Dupnitsa won both of their home legs against the two European giants, but ultimately lost out on aggregate.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who plays at Bonchuk Stadium?
Bulgarian side Marek play their home matches at Bonchuk Stadium.
What is the capacity of Bonchuk Stadium?
As of 2022 Bonchuk Stadium has an official seating capacity of 16,050 for Football matches.
When was Bonchuk Stadium opened?
Bonchuk Stadium officially opened in 1952 and is home to Marek
Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?
Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Bonchuk Stadium in 2022. Please visit the official website of Marek for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.