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Lod Municipal Stadium

Lod Municipal Stadium
Location Lod, Israel
Owner Municipality of Lod
Capacity 3,000 (All-seater)
Surface Grass
Construction
Renovated 2013
2015
Tenants
Hapoel Lod
Beitar Lod
Maccabi Lod
Hapoel Maxim Lod
Hapoel Bnei Lod

Lod Municipal Stadium (Hebrew: אצטדיון עירוני לוד‎, Itztadion Ironi Lod) is a football stadium in Neot Itzhak neighborhood of Lod, Israel.[1] It is currently the home stadium of Hapoel Bnei Lod.[2]

The stadium was built in the 1960s to accommodate Lod's football clubs of Beitar, Maccabi and Hapoel, but fell into disuse and disrepair after the city's major club closed.[3] In 2010, the city was granted 10 million NIS by The Israeli Sports Betting Council, which was used, in part, to renovate the stadium.[3] The stadium was further renovated ahead of the 2015 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship, in which the stadium is due to host 4 matches.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Lod Municipal Stadium" (in Hebrew). imms.co.il. Retrieved 2 July 2015. 
  2. ^ Hapoel Bnei Lod IFA (Hebrew)
  3. ^ a b 1984: A Sad Tour of Neglected Lod Nir Shu'ali, 10 January 2013, nrg.co.il (Hebrew)
  4. ^ Lod Municipal Stadium Host Cities, UEFA Women's Under 19 Championship Israel 2015 (Hebrew)

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