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Hungary's new national stadium officially opened

Hungary's new national stadium officially opened

Sunday 17th November 2019

Hungary's new national stadium, the Puskas Arena has officially opened. The first game in the 68,000 seater stadium saw the hosts lose 2-1 to Uruguay in front of a sell out crowd.

Named after the country's most famous player the Puskas Arena has been built on the same site as the old Ferenc Puskas Stadium in the capital, Budapest.

The new stadium cost around €600m to build and is a host venue for next year's Euro 2020. As well as football, the stadium will also be used as a concert venue.

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