Ludogorets Arena is a soccer stadium located in the city of Razgrad, Bulgaria. It is the home stadium of PFC Ludogorets Razgrad, the 2012 Bulgarian champions.
The owner of the club, Kiril Domuschiev, decided to invest about ten million euros for the renovation of the stadium to meet the criteria of UEFA, and thus play European competitions.
The capacity of the stadium will then be 12,500 spectators, the renovation of the stadium began in August 2014.
On May 15, 2015 is inaugurated the new stand named “Moți” (in honor of the Romanian player who had stopped two shots on goal against Steava Bucharest) the capacity of the stand is 2308 seats.
On August 17, 2017 is inaugurated the new side stand named sector “V” just before the match against Suduva in the Europa League playoff, this new stand has a capacity of about 4000 seats, VIP area, folding seats and parking, thanks to this renovation the stadium is now allowed to host the Europa League matches of Ludogorets Razgrad.
Latest Update - 15.02.2023