Red Star Belgrade Stadium - Marakana

Red Star Belgrade Stadium - Marakana

Red Star Belgrade Stadium - Marakana
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  • teejayy_xx
    Sydney, Australia528 contributions
    Well known Marakana
    Whether you are a Red Star supporter or not, no trip to Belgrade is complete without coming here. You can take photos outside and inside the stadium as well as taking photos on the army tanker truck just outside the stadium. There are 2 stores that you can go too, to purchase Red Star merchandise. You have the Red Star shop which sells Red Star merchandise (jersey’s, jackets, pants etc) and you have the Delije supporter shop which sells Red Star supporter merchandise. If you are coming to watch the football, don’t be alarmed as the experience will be totally different to what you are used to. The atmosphere will be nothing like you have seen before! Enjoy the experience.
    Traveled as a couple
    Written April 4, 2020
  • Γεώργιος Π.
    Athens, Greece22,264 contributions
    Όλοι στο Μαρακανά ...!!!
    Γήπεδο φτιαγμένο στην δεκαετία του 1960 , χωρητικότητας 60.000 θεατών , για την ομάδα του Ερυθρού Αστέρα ( σύμβολο που εξέφραζε τότε ολόκληρη την Γιουγκοσλαβία) . Μέχρι εκείνη την εποχή, ήταν η ομάδα των ανταρτών του Τίτο ( η γνωστή Παρτιζάν ) που διέθετε το καλύτερο γήπεδο , μικρότερης χωρητικότητας , φτιαγμένο την δεκαετία του 1950 . Βρεθήκαμε εδώ για τον αγώνα του Ερυθρού Αστέρα Βελιγραδίου με τον Ολυμπιακό του Πειραιά για το όμιλο του Champions League 2019-2020 . Να θυμήσουμε ότι λόγω χρωμάτων οι δύο αυτές ομάδες είναι αδελφοποιημένες ( κόκκινο και λευκό ) , ενώ αντίστοιχα η Παρτιζάν Βελιγραδίου έχει αδελφοποιηθεί με την ομάδα του ΠΑΟΚ από την Θεσσαλονίκη ( μαύρο και άσπρο ) . Σωστή η φιλοξενία και ωραίο το θέαμα στο αγώνα . Τελικό σκορ : 3-1 με νίκη του Ερυθρού Αστέρα . Μας ενθουσίασε η μπουτίκ με τις επίσημες πωλήσεις της ομάδας .
    Traveled on business
    Written October 1, 2019
  • ViVa
    Izmir, Türkiye13,303 contributions
    Kızılyıldız Stadı BELGRAD
    Belgrad gezimizde, Kızılyıldız kulübünün stadı Marakanayı ziyaret ettik. Tarihi başarıların sergilendiği müze bulunuyor. Stad yaklaşık 55000 kişilik olsa da 60000 seyirciye ulaşılıyor.
    Traveled with friends
    Written July 17, 2019
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nenadlatinovic
Ljubljana, Slovenia17 contributions
Dec 2012 • Solo
This year this beautiful piece of history will be celebrating it's 50th anniversary. It's a home to Red Star Belgrade, an eastern European football giant, most popular club in Serbia. You can visit the museum, take a stadium tour (lockers, pitch, etc.), have a cup of coffee in the stadium cafe, sitting on a bar stool overlooking the red and white stands. The stadium is actually dug into the ground, it's oval, and basically the whole construction makes it very acoustic. Visiting games is truly an unforgettable experience, because of the fans mostly, and because of the whole old-school experience. Any true football fan's delight.
The stadium does need renovation, but it is a shrine for everyone who lives and breathes red and white.
Written June 24, 2013
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Ben S
Colne, UK12 contributions
Nov 2015 • Solo
Managed to catch a Red Star vs Partisan game here! If you ever get chance to get to see this game, GO! The football might not be the best nowadays but the atmosphere this game generates is one of the best on world football!
Written June 8, 2016
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Matt_Wanderlust
London, UK296 contributions
Sep 2014 • Friends
The Marakana is the largest stadium in Serbia, I've visited Belgrade 3 times and each time have gone to the Marakana, I enjoy having a walk around it and seeing the impressive graffiti around the Stadium. If you're in Belgrade and Crvena Zvezda are playing at the Marakana then I highly recommend you go watch a game, Delije Ultras are some of the best fans I've ever seen and make such a great atmosphere with their constant chanting and letting off of flares and smoke bombs. Match tickets are always very cheap as well!
Written September 17, 2014
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JackOleim
Naples, Italy231 contributions
Mar 2020
We were there last March for the DERBY: Red Star vs Partizan ( Deliae vs Grobari).
Incredible atmosphere, lot of police and security, everything was under control by the police.
We had VIP TRIBUNE seat so we had an excellent view of the watch and the whole field.
Supporters of RED STAR made an unbelievable choreography , we felt the spirit of this DERBY. Partizan supporters made some trouble with fire but everithing gone very safety.
We will come back as soon as possible, may be for the next Champions League match.
Hvala!
Written June 8, 2020
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Paul M
London, UK8 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
My son and I visited the stadium on a hot June day, taking a 20 minute bus ride from the railway station, and were overwhelmed by the welcome, courtesy and knowledge of the museum curator, Predrag Trkulja. This guy is an excellent ambassador for European football and I hope is paid well! The stadium itself is old but monumental, with great views from the top of the stands out over the city. The museum is crammed full of history, and celebrates the many other European clubs who have played here over the years. (The bus back to the centre goes on to Zemun, over the Saba, a great place for lunch on the river!)
Written July 8, 2017
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Kerrin M
Llantrisant, UK26 contributions
Jun 2017 • Friends
Where do I start?!
On entry to the stadium everyone in the away end was throughly search. No coins are allowed in so even my purse was searched. I have no problem with this however the Serbian home fans managed to get not only coins into the ground (one hit me) but bottles, flares, firecrackers & even a JAVLIN. All were thrown at Away fans. When they were thrown the police & stewards reaction was to push the Welsh fans back not to stop the Serbia fans throwing stuff. Not even a cage was stopping them get through, yes you read it correctly a cage! There were bars on all sides of the Away section with spikes on top of them & a trench separating the pitch from the fans.
There was limited refreshments on offer 1 small coke & a small water was 1500 RDS which is about €12.50 😳The toilets had no toilet paper, take tissues!
We were kept after the game for over an hour. There were no refreshments being served & they shut the toilets. After about 70mintues we were ushered on to buses. It was very intimidating as there were rows of armed police. The police were lined all the way to the city.
Written June 13, 2017
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KAEandE
Watford, Hertfordshire, UK148 contributions
Nov 2019
This is a tough one to rate, the stadium is certainly showing its age. Apparently there is a 10 year renovation project to bring is back to Champions League final standard. Attendance for matches (Partizan and some Champions League games may be the exception) is low, The stadium looked barely a quarter full for the match we saw against Vozdovac. However, you can't help but be impressed by the passion of the ultra Zvezda fans, they chant and jump up and down for the entire game. Naturally there are flares and even fireworks. Only a few dozen visiting supporters completely surrounded by security, we weren't aware of any trouble, plenty of police in riot gear around if anything did happen. We sat in the VIP section of the west stand the view was great, but with the running track you do feel further away from the action. The west stand is a good bet for visitors because it's covered. I wouldn't suggest the ultra section for anyone who doesn't know the chants or doesn't want to jump up and down for 90 minutes+. The catering wasn't high class, but perfectly adequate and at least as good as most UK grounds. Must be the only football stadium anywhere that has a tank (no longer used) outside,
provides a different photo opportunity.

Finally, we bought our tickets the day before the match, bought some bits from the Red Star shop (international prices), and took the opportunity to visit the museum. This is well worth doing for 200 rsd, the guide is brilliant, a true Zvezda fan, a really nice guy with an encyclopaedic knowledge of everything Red Star. Can talk about specific games as if they happened the day before (in our case he was recalling a match against Watford in the 1980's), his knowledge of football generally is vast. We spent an hour with him he took photos of us in the directors area, showed us all the bits he thought we would particularly like, suggested some areas to visit in Belgrade. All in all 10 out of 10 for him and the museum.
Written December 5, 2019
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Nacho B
Barcelona, Spain102 contributions
Feb 2019 • Solo
I took a tour with Pedja, the guy who knows EVERYTHING about Red Star and football in general. The museum is fantastic, very well organized and great detailes at the end of the visit, such as a commemorative programme about Man United disaster.
Written March 8, 2019
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sallyh0lland
Melbourne, Australia134 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
I went to see Red Star Belgrade stadium for a tour. Visited the club rooms had a beer and remembered when they came to Australia and I was one of the kids to give them a Rose.... that was a long time ago about 30 years ago Ref star v Celtic❤️
Written October 14, 2018
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Tunhuken
Borlänge, Sverige124 contributions
Apr 2017 • Friends
A nice stadium and a good place to view a match. The tickets can be bought on site and are very cheap. The home fans are great.
Written April 14, 2017
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