Sūduva Stadium


Sūduva Stadium
Arvi arena
Marijampoles stadiono tribunos.JPG
Full name Arvi arena
Location Marijampolė, Lithuania
Coordinates Coordinates: 54°34′28.37″N 23°21′55.41″E / 54.5745472°N 23.3653917°E / 54.5745472; 23.3653917
Broke ground May 25, 2007
Opened July 6, 2008
Expanded May 2009
Owner Marijampolė municipality, FK Sūduva
Capacity 6,250
Tenants
FK Sūduva, Lithuania national football team

Arvi arena Stadium is a multi-purpose stadium in Marijampolė, Lithuania. The stadium was built using funds from the European Union and opened on July 6, 2008.[1] It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FK Sūduva. Its original capacity increase from 4,500 to 6,250 spectators after additional seats were installed in May–June 2009 before a match between Lithuania national team and Romania. Beginning from the 2011 season the stadium was named Arvi arena after the sponsoring rights were bought by ARVI Enterprises Group.[2]

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