Redeveloped from the old Gradski Stadion, the National Arena Filip II Macedonian will host the 2017 UEFA Super Cup, FYR Macedonia's first UEFA club competition final.
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FYR Macedonia will host its first UEFA club competition final in 2017 after the UEFA Super Cup was awarded to Skopje's National Arena Filip II of Macedonia.
Factfile: National Arena Filip II Macedonian
UEFA capacity: 33,460
Tenants: FYR Macedonia, FK Vardar, FK Rabotnicki
• The venue is a redevelopment of the former national arena – the Gradski Stadion.
• Reopened on 12 August 2009 when FYR Macedonia lost 3-2 to European champions Spain in a friendly.
• Staged five games during the 2010 UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship, including the decider won by France and a group match between Spain and the hosts that attracted a competition-record crowd of 8,000.
• Its illuminated outer façade was completed in 2013, and the arena is also adapted to hold concerts including the likes of Pink and Carlos Santana.