- Address: 1 Humska, Belgrade
- Country: Serbia
- Capacity: 29,000
- Opened: 22 December 1951
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Partizan (football)
Extra stadium info – Stadion Partizana
The construction of the stadium, which is among the main sports venues in Serbia, started in 1948. It was renovated several times. The stadium named Stadion Partizana is used for several events, like athletics, concerts and football. Partizan have been tenants of the venue since 1951. They have a fierce rivalry with Crvena zvezda. Partizan and their arch-rivals Crvena zvezda became the first Serbian football teams with 100,000 followers on their main social media page. Both clubs are known as the first sports clubs from Serbia with a value of at least $10 million. Partizan and Crvena zvezda won numerous domestic top-flight league titles.
The inaugural edition of the European championship for football clubs
In 1955, Partizan played in the inaugural edition of the European championship for football clubs. A total of 16 clubs participated in the tournament that year. Three of those 16 clubs won the European championship in the 20th century. Those clubs are the Italian side AC Milan, the Dutch side PSV from Eindhoven and the Spanish side Real Madrid. The world famous club Real Madrid won the inaugural edition of the tournament.
European championship finals
Partizan and their arch-rivals Crvena zvezda reached the final of the European championship for football clubs in the 20th century once. Partizan lost the final in 1966. In 1991, Crvena zvezda won the final after beating the French side Olympique de Marseille. Partizan reached the final of the European football championship for clubs after beating the English side Manchester United. They lost the final against Real Madrid. 46,000 people showed up for the game in Belgium. Real Madrid reached the final after defeating the Italian football club Internazionale.