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S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium is a multi-use stadium in the Ąžuolynas park in Žaliakalnis district of Kaunas, Lithuania. The all-seater stadium holds 9,180. In 1998 the stadium was renovated according to UEFA regulations, and in 2005 it was modernised with the installation of the biggest stadium television screen in the Baltic states. The first stadium in this place was established by Steponas Darius in 1923, and completed in 1925. 1935-1936 the stadium was renovated and named the State Stadium. Starting in 1969 the stadium underwent another reconstruction that lasted for 10 years until August 1979. Wooden tribunes were replaced with reinforced concrete structures and placed in a half circle. After Lithuania regained independence, in 1993 the stadium was named after the Lithuanian pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas, who perished in a crash near the end of an attempted non-stop flight from New York to Lithuania. The site is currently the home ground of the Lithuania national football team and football club FBK Kaunas. The S. Darius and S. Girėnas stadium is a venue where Lithuanian international football matches are played, it is also a place of international athletics championships. During a sporting season about 50 events are held here.

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Address: Kaunas, Lithuania

Country: Lithuania

Date of construction: 1923-1925

Capacity: 9180

Surface: Natural grass

Tenants: Lithuanian Football Federation, Lithuanian Athletics Federation

Operator: FBK Kaunas

Opened: 1925

Expanded: 1935-1936, 1969-1979

Renovated: 1998, 2005

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S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium - {CATEGORY}

S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium is a multi-use stadium in the Ąžuolynas park in Žaliakalnis district of Kaunas, Lithuania. The all-seater stadium holds 9,180. In 1998 the stadium was renovated according to UEFA regulations, and in 2005 it was modernised with the installation of the biggest stadium television screen in the Baltic states. The first stadium in this place was established by Steponas Darius in 1923, and completed in 1925. 1935-1936 the stadium was renovated and named the State Stadium. Starting in 1969 the stadium underwent another reconstruction that lasted for 10 years until August 1979. Wooden tribunes were replaced with reinforced concrete structures and placed in a half circle. After Lithuania regained independence, in 1993 the stadium was named after the Lithuanian pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas, who perished in a crash near the end of an attempted non-stop flight from New York to Lithuania. The site is currently the home ground of the Lithuania national football team and football club FBK Kaunas. The S. Darius and S. Girėnas stadium is a venue where Lithuanian international football matches are played, it is also a place of international athletics championships. During a sporting season about 50 events are held here.

S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium - {CATEGORY}

S. Darius and S. Girėnas Stadium is a multi-use stadium in the Ąžuolynas park in Žaliakalnis district of Kaunas, Lithuania. The all-seater stadium holds 9,180. In 1998 the stadium was renovated according to UEFA regulations, and in 2005 it was modernised with the installation of the biggest stadium television screen in the Baltic states. The first stadium in this place was established by Steponas Darius in 1923, and completed in 1925. 1935-1936 the stadium was renovated and named the State Stadium. Starting in 1969 the stadium underwent another reconstruction that lasted for 10 years until August 1979. Wooden tribunes were replaced with reinforced concrete structures and placed in a half circle. After Lithuania regained independence, in 1993 the stadium was named after the Lithuanian pilots Steponas Darius and Stasys Girėnas, who perished in a crash near the end of an attempted non-stop flight from New York to Lithuania. The site is currently the home ground of the Lithuania national football team and football club FBK Kaunas. The S. Darius and S. Girėnas stadium is a venue where Lithuanian international football matches are played, it is also a place of international athletics championships. During a sporting season about 50 events are held here.

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