Ljudski vrt (English: People's Garden, German: Volksgarten) or simply LV, is an association football stadium located on the left bank of the river Drava in the district of Koroška Vrata, Maribor, Slovenia, with a seating capacity of 12,994. The ground has been the home of NK Maribor for every season since their formation on 12 December 1960, with the exception of two short periods in early 1961 during the construction of the new stands and early 2008, when the stadium underwent a major reconstruction. Opened in 1952, it was originally the home of Branik Maribor, an association football club, which folded and was disbanded in 1960. Used as one of the main venues of the national team, the ground has hosted twenty Slovenia internationals at senior level, the first in 1994 and the most recent in 2014. Ljudski vrt has hosted more Slovenian football cup finals than any other stadium, having hosted ten matches in total (six Slovenian Cups and four Slovenian Supercups).
Latitude: 46° 33' 44.64" N
Longitude: 15° 38' 25.79" E
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