Boris Paichadze Stadium

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Boris Paichadze Dinamo Arena
Dinamo Arena
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Former names Lenin Dinamo Stadium (1976-1990)
Boris Paichadze National Stadium (1995-2011)
Location Tbilisi, Georgia
Coordinates 41°43′22.83″N 44°47′23.14″E / 41.7230083°N 44.7897611°E / 41.7230083; 44.7897611Coordinates: 41°43′22.83″N 44°47′23.14″E / 41.7230083°N 44.7897611°E / 41.7230083; 44.7897611
Built 1976
Renovated 2006
Owner Dinamo Tbilisi
Surface Astro turf
Scoreboard Yes
Architect Archil Kurdiani, Gia Kurdiani
Structural engineer Shalva Gazashvili
Capacity 54,549
Record attendance 110,000[source?] (Dinamo Tbilisi - Liverpool 3-0, 3 October 1979, Georgia-Germany 0-2, 29 March 1995)
Field dimensions 105 m × 68 m (344 ft × 223 ft)
Tenants
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Georgia national rugby union team
Georgia national football team
FC Dinamo Tbilisi

The Boris Paichadze Stadium is a stadium in Tbilisi, Georgia built in 1976. The stadium is home to FC Dinamo Tbilisi and the Georgia national football team. The stadium is used for football and rugby. The stadium can hold around 56,000 people.