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Alashkert Stadium

Alashkert Stadium
Alashkert Stadium
Former names Nairi
Location Yerevan, Armenia
Owner Alashkert FC
Capacity 6,850 (1,850 seated)
Field size 110 x 70 meters
Surface grass
Built 1960s
Alashkert (2011–present)
Ulisses (2014–present)

Alashkert Stadium (Armenian: Ալաշկերտ մարզադաշտ) is a football stadium in Yerevan, Armenia. It was known as Nairi Stadium until 2013 when it was renamed Alashkert by the new owners.[1] The stadium is located in Shengavit district, adjacent to Lake Yerevan, on the left bank of Hrazdan River. It was built in the 1960s, during the expansion of Shengavit district.

With a capacity of 6,850 spectators, Alashkert Stadium is the home ground of Alashkert FC (formerly based in Martuni) of the Armenian Premier League.[2] It became the property of the club in February 2013.[3]

According to Bagrat Navoyan; the chairman of Alashkert FC, the stadium will be renovated during 2013 and 2014, and will become entirely rebuilt by 2015, with a possible expansion of the capacity up to 10,000.[4]



  1. ^ Alashkert Football Club Infrastructure
  2. ^ "Armsport: Amenian Football". 
  3. ^
  4. ^ Alashkert FC at Nairi Stadium

External links

  • The stadium page at the Alashkert FC website

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