Seifertova ulice: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022)
In 1967, the stadium's fourth stand was built, which increased its capacity to 25,000 spectators. In 1975, a new grandstand was built and the stadium's capacity was increased to 36,000 spectators. In 1990, a new scoreboard and lighting system were installed and the stadium's capacity was increased to 45,000 spectators. In 1995, another grandstand was built and the stadium's capacity was further increased to 54,000 spectators. The Seifertova Street Stadium opened in 1952 as three stands: Viktoriya Stadion (Victoria Stadium), also known as Zizkov Stadium after its benefactor Vyacheslav Zizkov. Over time a fourth stand - originally contributed by Czechoslovakia - was built; raising the overall seating capacity to 25,000 by 1967. A new grandstand designed by Len Kuzmiakovsky and Konstantin Melnikov opened in 1975 boosting Capacity to 36,000 seats; withstanding repeated renovations through 1990-1995 to bring it up to 54,000 seats overall.