Bonifika Stadium (Slovene: Stadion Bonifika) is a multi-purpose stadium in Koper, Slovenia. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of FC Koper. The stadium is part of Bonifika sports complex, together with a smaller athletics stadium, indoor hall and an indoor swimming pool. The stadium was built in 1948 and got its name from the city area where it is situated. In 2010 the stadium underwent a major reconstruction and its current capacity is 4,047 seats.
|Full name||Nogometni stadion Bonifika|
|Owner||Municipality of Koper|
|Operator||Zavod za šport Mestne občine Koper|
|Record attendance||10,500 (Koper–Olimpija, 22 March 1987)|
|Field size||105 × 68 metres|
|Renovated||1962, 1996, 2010|
|Construction cost||€9 million|
Ankaran (2017, 2019)
National team matches
|28 February 2001||Friendly||Uruguay||0–2||4,000|
|17 November 2010||Friendly||Georgia||1–2||4,100|
|29 February 2012||Friendly||Scotland||1–1||3,983|
|23 March 2016||Friendly||Macedonia||1–0||3,000|
|4 June 2021||Friendly||Gibraltar||6–0||1,035|
- A concert of the Canadian rock singer Bryan Adams – 7 July 1996
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