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Established
1919 (103 years old)

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Stadion Z
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Upcoming Events
11 Dec 22 Radomlje  -  Celje
11 Feb 23 Celje  -  NŠ Mura
18 Feb 23 Tabor Sežana  -  Celje
22 Feb 23 Celje  -  NK Bravo
25 Feb 23 NK Maribor  -  Celje

Latest Results
07 Dec 22 Domzale  2 - 1  Celje
01 Dec 22 Olimpija Ljubljana  0 - 0  Celje
23 Nov 22 Wolfsberger AC  1 - 2  Celje
13 Nov 22 Celje  1 - 1  Koper
05 Nov 22 Gorica  0 - 2  Celje

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Nogometni klub Celje, commonly referred to as NK Celje or simply Celje, is an association football club from Celje, Slovenia. They play in the Slovenian PrvaLiga. Together with Maribor, they are the only club that have participated in every season of the Slovenian PrvaLiga since its formation in 1991.

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Stadion Z'dežele is a football stadium in Celje, Slovenia. It is the home ground of NK Celje since 2003. Prior July 2017, the stadium was named Arena Petrol.

At the time of its opening, Arena Petrol was the most modern football stadium in the country. It took its name from its principal sponsor, the Slovenian oil company Petrol. The stadium opened on 9 September 2003 with its single stand giving it a capacity of 3,600. During the next years three additional stands were built until the stadium was completed in 2008 with the capacity of 13,059 seats; 7,000 of which are covered. The pitch in the stadium is 105 metres long and 68 metres wide and covered with natural grass. The stadium also features a pitch heating system and floodlighting.

In 2004, the stadium replaced the Bežigrad Stadium as the venue for all competitive home matches of the Slovenian national football team. In 2003 it replaced the former stadium of Celje, Skalna Klet, which now serves as a training facility for members of the first team.

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