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|Full name||Yunak Stadium|
|Opened||August 20, 1928|
FC-13 SofiaLevski Sofia
Yunak Stadium (Bulgarian: Стадион Юнак, Stadion Yunak), was a multi-use stadium in Sofia, Bulgaria. It was initially used as the stadium of Bulgaria national football team matches. It was replaced by Vasil Levski National Stadium in 1953. The capacity of the stadium was 35,000 spectators.
The stadium is named after the Yunak sports societies (bg) which formed in Bulgaria in the late 19th century, themselves named after the word "yunak", meaning a strong, nearly invincible young man.
- Yunak Stadium (1960s), Old Sofia, Retrieved Nov 2012.
- Druzhba and V. Levski stadiums (1960s), Lost Bulgaria. (The Yunak stadium is on the left; the V. Levski stadium is shown before the construction of the higher tier of stands and floodlights.) Retrieved Nov 2012.
- Druzhba and V. Levski stadiums (1969), Lost Bulgaria. Retrieved Nov 2012.
- Original Yunak Stadium (1920s?), Image Shack. (The horse stables can be made out on the right, while at the top of the photograph is where the old Levski Field would have been in planning/under construction at the time.) Retrieved Nov 2012.
- Live chess games at Yunak Stadium (1936) (2), Old Sofia. Retrieved Nov 2012.
- Ruins of Yunak Stadium (2000s), Lost Bulgaria. Retrieved Nov 2012.