The home of FK Obilić will stage three UEFA European Under-17 Championship Group B games.
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Opened: 1951 (rebuilt 2006)
• The home of FK Obilić will stage three UEFA European Under-17 Championship Group B games.
• The club and stadium take their name from Miloš Obilić, a legendary 14th-century knight much celebrated in Serbian epic poetry.
• The stadium has staged matches in all four of UEFA's past and present club competitions as well as U21 and U19 qualifiers.
• FK Obilić, founded in 1924, were champions of Yugoslavia in 1998 and now compete in the Belgrade regional first division. In their 1998/99 European campaign they were knocked out of UEFA Champions League qualifying by FC Bayern München after a 1-1 first-leg draw and then lost to Club Atlético de Madrid in the UEFA Cup first round.
• The capital of Serbia, Belgrade is home to 1.7 million people and has been a settlement for eight millennia. In football it is the home of FK Crvena zvezda and FK Partizan, and the city has staged many major international sporting events.