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Hajduk Split’s Poljud Stadium Turf for Sale – €6.50 a Piece

Croatia2Hajduk Split football legends such as Blaž Slišković, Zoran Vulić, Aljoša Asanović, and Alen Bokšić have all worked their magic on it, and now fans have the opportunity to own a piece of the hallowed Poljud stadium turf…

The turf at Hajduk Split’s Poljud stadium was dug up on Wednesday, and fans have been invited to turn up on today to buy a piece of history. For 50 kuna (6.50 EUR), fans can own a piece of the hallowed turf. The stadium will be opened on Thursday from 10:00am till 8:00pm to customers. Laying of the new turf at the stadium is expected to take around 6 weeks.

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