Fazanerija City Stadium

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Full nameMestni stadion Fazanerija
LocationMurska Sobota, Slovenia
Coordinates46°40′6″N 16°9′27″E / 46.66833°N 16.15750°E / 46.66833; 16.15750Coordinates: 46°40′6″N 16°9′27″E / 46.66833°N 16.15750°E / 46.66833; 16.15750
OwnerMunicipality of Murska Sobota
Field size105 × 68 metres
Broke ground1934
NK Mura (–2005)
ND Mura 05 (2005–2013)
NŠ Mura (2013–present)

Fazanerija City Stadium (Slovene: Mestni stadion Fazanerija) is a multi-use stadium in Murska Sobota, Slovenia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of NŠ Mura. The stadium was built in 1983 and has a capacity of 3,782 covered seats. With the standing area included the total capacity of the stadium is around 5,500.


The first football pitch in the area was built in 1934 and it was not until 1983 when the first stand was built. Good results and attendances on NK Mura matches were the main factors leading club officials to build two additional stands in 1994. The stadium got its present image in 2001 when the stands were covered by a roof. In January 2019, Fazanerija received the floodlights.[1] The current capacity of the stadium is 3,782 covered seats. With the standing area included the stadium could hold up to 5,500 spectators.


The stadium is mainly used for football and is the home ground of football club NŠ Mura. Previously, the stadium was used by NK Mura and ND Mura 05, the clubs that were dissolved in 2005 and 2013, respectively. So far, the stadium has hosted two matches of the Slovenia national football team and was part of two Slovenian Cup finals. In 2011, the stadium was used by the Football Association of Slovenia as one of the main venues for hosting the youth tournaments for U17 and U19 national teams.[2]

Slovenian Cup finals[edit]

Date Competition Home Away Result Attendance
8 June 1994 Slovenian Cup Mura Maribor 1–01 4,500
24 May 1995 Slovenian Cup Mura Celje 1–02 3,000

11st leg; 22nd leg

National team matches[edit]

Date Competition Country Result Attendance
22 April 1998 Friendly  Czech Republic 1–3 2,000
20 August 2003 Friendly  Hungary 2–1 4,500

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Fazanerija z reflektorji". Slovenski nogometni portal (in Slovenian). 18 January 2019. Retrieved 13 June 2019.
  2. ^ "Začetek kvalifikacij U19" (in Slovenian). Nogomania. Retrieved 6 February 2011.

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