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Rabotnichki switches stadiums

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Rabotnichki decided to leave the Arena Philip II of Macedon and will instead play its home games at the Boris Trajkovski stadium.

Yesterday, Rabotnichki's board sent an official notification to the Football Federation of Macedonia (FFM) in which they announced that the club will play its home games this season at the Boris Trajkovski Stadium in the Skopje suburb of Madjari.

Rabotnichki shared the National Arena Philip II of Macedon with Vardar, but after the renovation of the stadium which resulted in the price for rent being higher, the club has decided that it makes more financial sense to to play in another venue.  The Club Hero played at the Boris Trajkovski Stadium for most of last season since the National Arena Phillip II of Macedon was undergoing renovations, and now that will be the home venue for Rabotnichki again this season as well.

The Boris Trajkovski Stadium has a capacity of 2.500 (all seated) and is also the home of newly promoted Second League side Madjari Solidarnost.  In addition, the venue is often used for matches involving the Macedonian U21 national team.  The venue carries the name of the former Macedonian president who tragically died in a plane crash in 2004.

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