Arena Națională

Arena Națională (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 (...) More

Liga I

The Liga I , also spelled Liga 1 , is a Romanian professional league for men's association football clubs. It is currently sponsored by betting company Betano, and thus officially known as the Liga 1 Betano. At the top of the Romanian football league system, it is the country's primary football (...) More

Stadionul Național (1953)

Picture of Stadionul Național (1953)

Distance: 0.05 km

Stadionul Național (The National Stadium) was a multi-purpose stadium in Bucharest, Romania. The stadium held 60,120 people. (...) More

Pantelimon, Bucharest

Distance: 0.8 km

Pantelimon is a neighbourhood located in north-eastern Bucharest, Romania, in Sector 2. Outside Bucharest, there is an adjacent town named Pantelimon, administered separately. The Pantelimon district is named after Saint Pantaleon (Pantelimon in Romanian), and hosts Arena Națională, the largest (...) More

Piața Muncii metro station

Distance: 1.24 km

Piaţa Muncii (Labour Square in English) is a metro station in Bucharest, Romania. The station is named after the old name of the square where it is located (the current name being Piața Hurmuzachi). The station is near the Arena Națională, on a junction (...) More