- Address: Vasil Levski Boulevard 43, Razgrad
- Country: Bulgaria
- Capacity: 10,000
- Opened: 1954
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Ludogorets (football)
Extra stadium info – Huvepharma Arena
The venue was named Ludogorets Arena before it became the Huvepharma Arena in 2019. The national football team of Bulgaria played various matches at the stadium. Ludogorets use the Huvepharma Arena for home matches. The football club was founded in 1945. In 2012, they were crowned Bulgarian football champions for the first time in their history. Ludogorets won the title after winning 22 of the 30 league games. Four of those league games ended in a draw. Ludogorest gathered 70 points in the Bulgarian top-flight football league during that football season. They won numerous consecutive top-flight league titles in the following years.
The UEFA Champions League
In 2014, Ludogorets played their first-ever UEFA Champions League group-stage matches. Ludogorets finished below the Spanish side Real Madrid, the Swiss side FC Basel and the English side Liverpool FC in the group stage of the European championship for football clubs. They gathered four points in six UEFA Champions League games. Ludogorets faced Liverpool Football Club in their first-ever UEFA Champions League game, which took place on 16 September 2014. Daniel Abalo Paulos, who was born in Spain in 1987, scored the only goal for Ludogorets that day. Liverpool FC won the match, which took place in Liverpool in front of 43,000 spectators.
On 1 October 2014, Ludogorets played their first home game in the UEFA Champions League. 41,000 fans showed up for the match, which took place in the Bulgarian city of Sofia. Real Madrid won the game. The world famous football stars Cristiano Ronaldo dos Santos Aveiro and Karim Mostafa Benzema both scored for the Spanish side. Ludogorets won their first UEFA Champions League match on 22 October 2014. They defeated FC Basel that day. 29,000 fans showed up for the game, which took place in Sofia.