Dnipro Arena (Dnipro)

Dnipro Arena

Dnipro Arena is a football stadium that opened in 2008 and has a current capacity of 31,003. The venue has been the home of Ukrainian Premier League side, SC-Dnipro 1 since 2019 after former tenants FC Dnipro went bankrupt.

In 2009, the stadium hosted the Ukrainian Cup Final in which Vorskla Poltava defeated Shakhtar Donetsk 1–0. Later that year, the 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier between Ukraine and England was played at Dnipro as the Olympic National Sports Complex Stadium in Kiev was being redeveloped ahead of UEFA Euro 2012, with the home side recording a famous 1-0 win.

The venue was considered for hosting UEFA Euro 2012 but wasn’t ultimately selected as it didn’t reach the minimum capacity quality of 33,000.

Tenants: SC Dnipro-1 (Ukrainian Premier League)

Opened: 2008

Capacity: 31,003

Address: Khersons’ka St, 7, Dnipro, Dnipropetrovsk Oblast, Ukraine, 49000



Tickets at Dnipro Arena

SC Dnipro-1 Tickets

SC Dnipro tickets are available to purchase online or at the ticket office at the stadium on matchday.


Location & Travel to Dnipro Arena

The Dnipro Arena is located central in Dnipro, just over a kilometre from Karla Marxa avenue in eastern Ukraine.

Airport: Dnipro International Airport is the city’s principle airport, located 15 kilometres southeast of the city. The airport offers flights to Europe and the Middle East.

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Train: Dnipro railway station is the city’s main rail station with services across Ukraine. The station is about 2.5 kilometres west of the city.


Hotels near Dnipro Arena

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Further Information & Events

SC Dnipro 1 Official Website

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