Stadion Maksimir is the home of Dinamo Zagreb, one of the most successful clubs in Croatia. The venue is also frequently used for international home matches by the Croatia national team.
The stadium was opened in 1912 and hosted matches for HAŠK and HŠK Građanski before they were dissolved in 1945 and replaced by Dinamo Zagreb. It has undergone a number of renovations across the years, most notably in 1998 and 2011 where it reached its current capacity of just over 35,000.
It was one of two venues for UEFA European Championship in 1976, hosting a semi-final and third place play-off. Croatia also played their first official home international match in the stadium following independence, defeating Mexico 3-0 in a friendly in October 1992.
Tenants: Dinamo Zagreb
Address: Maksimirska cesta 128, 10000, Zagreb, Croatia
Tickets at Stadion Maksimir
Dinamo Zagreb – Tickets for Dinamo Zagreb matches are available to purchase online here or at the ticket office at the stadium on the day of a match.
Croatia – Tickets for Croatia international matches usually go on sale 20-30 days before the match. The latest ticket information is available on the official website here.
Location & Travel to Stadion Maksimir
The stadium’s name is taken from the district of Maksimir that it is located in, approximately 3 kilometre east of central Zagreb.
Airport: Zagreb Airport is the largest and busiest airport in Croatia, with flights across Europe as well as several to Asia and North America. The airport is approximately 14 kilometres southeast of the city and is reachable using bus number 290.
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Driving & Parking: The stadium can be reached from Maksimirska or Zvonimirova Street and from the side of Svetica Street. During high profile matches, parking in the local area is very difficult due to enforced restrictions.
Train: Zagreb Glavni kolodvor is the city’s main railway station and is the largest in the country. There are services that run here from all across the country as well as to Ljubljana in Slovenia. The station is located just south of the city, with trams 4 and 9 running to the stadium.
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Tram: The tram is the easiest way of directly reaching the stadium from the city, with numbers 4, 5, 7, 11 and 12 running to the stop on Maksimirska Street and numbers 1, 9 and 17 to the stop at Svetice.
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Further Information & Events
Dinamo Zagreb Official Website
Last Updated on March 2, 2021 by Sports Tourist