What was the name of the national stadium of Romania in 2003?
Stadionul 23 August----------â†’Stadionul NaÅ£ional----------â†’Stadionul Lia Manoliu
Now this stadium is demolished with the intention to build a new greater stadium.
The name of the national sport in Romania is oina, similar to baseball but more older.
All the national sports teams has the name Romania.
The national stadium is Estádio do Jamor, and the largest stadium is Estádio da Luz (Benfica's home)
There is no national rugby stadium. Nowadays, Argentina is using VELEZ SARSFIELD stadium for their international test matches.
There is no special national football stadium in germany. The stadiums/cities for games of the national team change.
National Stadium (aka the Bird's Nest)
The U.S. had many stadiums used for soccer, but no designated national stadium.
AVIVA Stadium (formerly known as Lansdowne Road Stadium)
The Beijing National Stadium. Commonly known as the Birds Nest. (This is not the official name).
The birds nest.
The riht answer to that is: Eden Park!
The Romanian national anthem is "DeÈ™teaptÄƒ-te RomÃ¢ne" (Awaken thee, Romanian).
The French national stadium located in Saint-Denis, north of Paris, is simply called 'le stade de France'
Mostly because Angel fans do not want that and are quite vocal about it. The stadium had name sponsorship from Edison International, who renamed the stadium to "Edison Field" from 1998-2003. The name change was not well received by fans causing Edison to back out, and the organization changing the name to Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The team itself does have numerous sponsors, however.
Stade de France
There isn't 'one'. Australia plays rugby test matches, in Sydney (ANZ Stadium), Brisbane (Suncorp Stadium), Perth (Subiaco Oval) and Melbourne (MCG)
The name came from the massive steel framework building around the stadium made it look like a birds nest.
It's official name is the national stadium but it is known as the birds nest
The official name is also Romania.
The name Romania is from 1861.
Romania has not a true popular name.
Stadium Ben Hill Griffin Stadium is the name of UF's stadium
The Beijing National Olympic Stadium. It is also commonly known as The Birds Nest because it's shaped like a birds nest. Also it was known as The Olympic Green.
The name Romania (also the name Romanian) is derived from the name of antic Roma.
Yankee Stadium was the name of the first stadium as well as the current stadium.
The official name of the country is also Romania.
Romania Sorin socol
The name of all sports teams is also Romania.
In Romania the name is CrÄƒciun.
The name of Auburn's stadium is The boo's Stadium.
The name of the stadium is "Sun Life Stadium"
Romania is the name of this country: the name is derived from Rome (Roma for Latins).
No. Romania is the name of a country. Romanian is someone or something from Romania.
the name of the cleveland brown stadium is the MUNICIPAL sTADIUM
Now, only Romania.
The Romania is derived from Roma.
Romania is a name derived from Roma.
The official name is Romania.
Romania is a proper name.
The official name is Romania.
Sardar Patel Stadium is the name of the cricket stadium of Ahamedabad.
the national French stadium in Saint-Denis, near Paris, is simply called "stade de France". One underground station (line 13) and two RER stations (regional trains) in short walking distance can bring you from and to Paris in a few minutes.
Romania! i know somebody with that last name and they were from Romania.
The name of the province Moldova is older than the name Romania.
Romania is a very old country; but the name Romania is official from 11.12.1861.
Four stadiums bear the name of their teams: Orioles Park Yankee Stadium Rangers Ball Park in Arlington Angeles Stadium If you want to split hairs, also; Oakland -Alameida Stadium, home of the Oakland Athletics. In the National League there are only two: Dodger Stadium and Nationals Park.
if your talking about football/soccor the answer is the azteca stadium Mexico city. the azteca is the home of the Mexican national team and club America a Mexican league side. its the biggest stadium in latin America.
Official name of Romania between 1947 and 1989, meaning Republic of Romania. Nowadays Romania is still a Republic but the terminology "republic" from the official name dropped. Before 1947 Romania was lead by Kings and Princes. URSS changed that.
The official name Romania is from 1866.