Tenants: Kosovo national football team & FC Prishtina
Address: Rr. Enver Zymberi
Originally opened in 1953, the Fadil Vokrri Stadium underwent substantial renovation with the support of UEFA and reopened in 2018. Previously known as the Pristina City Stadium, the stadium was renamed after the former President of the Football Federation of Kosovo, Fadil Vokrri who was instrumental in Kosovo’s inclusion as a UEFA and FIFA member in 2016 and passed away in 2018.
The stadium has become the home of the Kosovo national football team after its reopening, although it was announced in July 2019 that a new national stadium was to be built with a capacity of 30,000. Local side FC Prishtina play their home matches at the stadium, winning the Kosovo Superleague 6 times since 1999.
Getting to Pristina & the Fadil Vokrri Stadium
The Fadil Vokrri Stadium is located in Kosovo’s capital city of Pristina, approximately 1km away from the centre of the city.
Air: Pristina International Airport is the only international airport in the country of Kosovo. The Airport does have flight to various European destinations, including London-Luton.
Bus line 1A runs from the airport to Pristina every hour, with a journey time of about 30 minutes, costing €3. Alternatively a taxi will cost about €15 to reach the centre.
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Taxi: Taxi’s in Pristina are relatively inexpensive, starting at €1.50, then increasing €0.60 per km.
Train: Pristina railway station has a daily international train which runs to Skopje in Macedonia.
Walk: Given the Fadil Vokrri Stadium’s central location, it is easy enough to walk to the stadium when staying in Pristina. Use Google Maps as below to find your way!