Sinobo Stadium - Slavia Prague Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: September 7, 2021

Aerial view of Eden Arena

Eden Arena or Stadion Eden is a purpose built football stadium located in the Vršovice district of Prague – the capital city of the Czech Republic.

Formerly known as the Synot Tip Arena between 2008-2012, the 20,800 capacity ground is the home venue of Slavia Prague and often the National Football Team.

Slavia Prague Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Team:Slavia Prague
Address: U Slavie, Vršovice, Prague, 1540/2a
Pitch Size:105 x 68 m
Stadium Owner:Eden Arena
Operator:SK Slavia Prague
Stadium Names
Names:Stadion Eden (2008)
Former Names:Synot Tip Arena (2008–2012), Eden Aréna (2012–2018)
Construction Details
Broke Ground:15th September 2006
Architect:Martin Kotík, Daniel Dvořák, Leoš Zeman
Construction Cost:1 billion CZK

Sinobo Stadium History

The original Eden Stadion first opened in the 1953 with a capacity of 50,000, however by the 1970s the wooden stands failed to provide adequate levels of comfort for those fans in attendance.

Restricted by the Government, building and financing a new stadium proved to be incredibly problematic until the late 1990s when the Communist Regime was finally toppled.

Slavia Prague encountered several false dawns whilst attempting to construct a new Eden Stadion including in 1989 when they temporarily relocated to Dolicek Stadium.

The Eastern stand was demolished seemingly signalling progress, until the club found themselves playing back there again the following season albeit with a much smaller capacity.

In 2000 after many years of literal red tape the local council finally transferred the ownership of the stadium over to Slavia Prague which finally gave the club the control they needed. At this point Eden Stadion has been deemed unusable by the Czech First League and Slavia moved back into Strahov Hill.

The new Eden Arena opened on 17th May 2008 with an inaugural match against Jablonec (2-2) after almost 40 years of trials and tribulations.

The previous ground was demolished in December 2003, and although plans were scaled down from the original 1.8 billion Koruna  to just over half the size, Slavia Prague persevered and now have one of the most modern grounds in Czech Republic.

Testament to this was the fact that it was nominated to host the first UEFA Super Cup final away from Stade Louis II – the competition’s home since 1998. Held on 30th August 2013  Bayern Munich took on Chelsea F.C in what was essentially a rematch of the 2012 Champions League Final. This time however it was the Germans who triumphed on penalties.

SK Slavia Prague supporters inside the stadium

View of Sinobo Stadium

Slavia Prague Info

Full Name:Sportovní klub Slavia Praha – fotbal
Rivals:Sparta Prague (Prague Derby), Bohemians 1905 (Vršovice Derby)
Team Colours:Red and White
Nicknames:Červenobílí (The red and whites), Sešívaní (The stitched)
Former Stadiums:Stadion Eden (1953-1989, 1990-2000), Ďolíček Stadium (1989), Stadion Evžena Rošického (2000-2008)
Famous Players:Josef "Pepi" Bican, Tomáš Souček, Vladimír Šmicer, Karel Poborský, Patrik Berger
Famous Managers:Karel Jarolim, Jindrich Trpisovsky, Jaroslav Šilhavý
Team Owner:Sinobo Group
Team Goalscorer:Milan Škoda (77)
Most Appearances:Milan Škoda (214)
Official Website:
Team Wikipedia:

Sinobo Stadium Seating Plan

Below is a seating plan of Slavia Prague's Sinobo Stadium:

Seating chart for Eden Arena

Stand Photos

The Eden 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

Slavia Prague Club Shop

Exterior of SK Slavia Prague club shop

Slavia Prague Club Shop

How to get to Sinobo Stadium

Where is Sinobo Stadium?

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Sinobo Stadium?

Czech side Slavia Prague play their home matches at Sinobo Stadium.

What is the capacity of Sinobo Stadium?

As of 2024 Sinobo Stadium has an official seating capacity of 19,370 for Football matches.

When was Sinobo Stadium opened?

Sinobo Stadium officially opened in 2008 and is home to Slavia Prague

What is the postcode for Sinobo Stadium?

The postcode for Sinobo Stadium is 1540/2a.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Sinobo Stadium in 2024. Please visit the official website of Slavia Prague for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.