UEFA Europa league, 2nd qualifying round, 1st leg
Stadium "Karadjordje", Novi Sad
Novi Sad is the second largest city in Serbia. The city is connected to the region with road and railway routes as well as waterways and lies on the European Corridor 10. City with 300-year history and population of nearly 400,000 residents deserves to watch the "European" football. First football was played at the stadium "Karadjordje" in 1924. Since then Vojvodina, which was founded a decade ago is the most popular club and the pride of the city. Twice champion of the former Yugoslavia and alongside Belgrade rivals at the top of the Serbian football. Stadium is located almost in the city centre, just few kilometres from the main railway and bus station and a little less from the banks of the Danube. After several reconstruction this year in May after demolition of the legendary house (built in 1942) began construction of brand new South Stand.
Tickets for Vojvodina matches can be bought at the ticket office at the stadium and admission for this match was 3 and 4 euros. The stadium with capacity more than 12,000 is hardly ever sell out.
Eagerly awaited rematch against Honved, turned into red-and-white night at "Karadjordje". Fantastic game of Vojvodina, brilliant tactics, setting in the field, discipline and fighting spirit and the victory over the Hungarian representative of the Europe League qualifier from Budapest.