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Stadion Branko Čavlović-Čavlek

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Branko Čavlović-Čavlek
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Full nameStadion Branko Čavlović-Čavlek
Former namesStadion 13. srpanj
(The 13th of July Stadium)
LocationMekušansko polje bb, Karlovac
Coordinates45°29′4.19″N 15°33′50.16″E / 45.4844972°N 15.5639333°E / 45.4844972; 15.5639333Coordinates: 45°29′4.19″N 15°33′50.16″E / 45.4844972°N 15.5639333°E / 45.4844972; 15.5639333
Field size110m x 68m
NK Karlovac 1919

Stadion Branko Čavlović-Čavlek is a football stadium in Karlovac, Croatia. It serves as home stadium for the NK Karlovac 1919 football club. The stadium was built in 1975 and has a capacity of 12,000 seats. Following NK Karlovac's promotion to Prva HNL the stadium underwent renovations in order to meet top-level requirements in the summer of 2009. The renovated stadium was opened on 19 July 2009 with a friendly match against Queens Park Rangers, which NK Karlovac won 3–1.[1]

The stadium is named after Branko Čavlović (1933–1955), a footballer from Karlovac who was active with local clubs in the 1940s and competed for the Croatian national junior team of that period.

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  1. ^ "Queens Park Rangers uvjerljivo pao u Karlovcu". (in Croatian). 17 July 2009. Retrieved 2009-07-31.

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