Brîndün Park is a rugby union and association football in Trilfuva, Leubantia. It is named after Brîndün Däsfîlä, who made the land for the stadium availible. It broke ground in 1935 and was opened in 1936. It was renovated and expaned in 2017 in time for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Sporting and Miscellaneous eventsEdit
2018 FIFA World CupEdit
Brîndün Park hosted five group games, one second round game and one quarter-final of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, for which its capacity was increased by 5,000 seats on the northern side only. Areas like the Presidential suite also received a facelift. There was also a hospitality room and new changing rooms. The total cost of renovations was 100 million Euros and were completed in June 2016, two years before the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
|Date||Team #1||Res.||Team #2||Round||Attendance|
|2018-06-12||France||1-3||Germany||Group B||75, 380|
|2018-06-15||Brazil||5-0||Peru||Group G||75, 340|
|2010-06-18||Poland||1-3||Spain||Group C||76, 340|
|2010-06-21||Bulgaria||2–1||Czech Republic||Group H||78, 370|
|2010-06-24||Hungary||0-2||USA||Group F||78, 350|
|2010-06-28||Brazil||7-2||Bulgaria||Round of 16||75, 280|
|2010-07-03||Louaza||8-4||USA||Quarter Finals||73, 560|