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Gandzasar Stadium

Gandzasar Stadium
Gandzasar Stadium
Gandzasar Stadium
Location Kapan, Armenia
Owner Garnik Ohanjanyan
Operator Gandzasar FC
Capacity 3,500
Field size 104 x 66 meters
Surface grass
Built 1963
Renovated 2008
Lernagorts Kapan (1963-2006)
Gandzasar (2004-present)

Gandzasar Stadium (Armenian: Գանձասար Մարզադաշտ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Kapan, Armenia. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Gandzasar. With a capacity of 3,500,[1] Gandzasar Stadium is located at the centre of the town of Kapan, on the left bank of Voghji River.


The stadium was opened during the Soviet period in 1963 as Lernagorts Stadium, being home to Lernagorts Kapan. It remained under the ownership of the town council until 2004, when it was privatized and sold to the former of president of Gandzasar FC Garnik Ohanjanyan.[2]

By the end of 2008, the stadium went under a major renovation. The playing pitch was modernized and new seats were installed.

The average attendance at the stadium for Gandzasar at the Armenian Premier League matches is 1,500 spectators.


  1. ^ Stadiums in Armenia
  2. ^ Gandzasar stadium renovations

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