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Arena Națională (Romanian pronunciation: [aˈrena nat͡si.oˈnalə], National Arena) is the national stadium of Romania, in the Lia Manoliu National Sports Complex in Bucharest. Opened in 2011, it replaced the former National Stadium. It was built for the Romania national football team, hosting its games as well as the Romanian Cup Final and the Romanian Supercup. The 2012 UEFA Europa League Final was held at the new stadium. This was the first final of a major European football club competition hosted by Romania. UEFA has announced that the UEFA Euro 2020 Finals would be held in multiple cities all over Europe in a pan-European tournament format to mark the sixtieth anniversary of the tournament. On 19 September 2014 Bucharest has won the UEFA Euro 2020 bids and it was decided that the National Arena will host four matches (as part of the 'Standard Package'), consisting of three group stage matches + one round of 16/quarter-final match.
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a month ago
The stadium looks great overall. The seats are pretty good, you have a good view on the pitch from every part of stadium. One thing missing would be the WiFi and they could so something about the weak phone signal.
a month ago
Great venue. Quick access. Not the best when it comes to parking. Take al at least an hour to park and get to the arena. There is a parking lot but leaving it after the game is excruciating.
9 days ago
The area is lovely. The arena is quite alright. The bathroom situation is quite problematic.
4 months ago
Great football&concerts arena! National Arena, built on the site of the old "23 August" Stadium, is a very modern sport arena, with an incredible acoustic. National Arena is the biggest stadium in Romania. As for rock concerts, it's also an ideal site.
21 days ago
Cool stadion...looks like frankfurt arena