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Ready, Lights, Action…Maksimir Gets New Scoreboard

Dinamo Zagreb football club have invested around 150,000 euros at its Maksimir stadium in new changing rooms and a brand new scoreboard at the south end. The new changing rooms were “christened” last weekend and on Thursday afternoon the new scoreboard was given its first “test drive”.

“Dear fans, we all have waited a long time for this moment!, this afternoon staff at Maksimir stadium tested the new scoreboard,” said a statement from Dinamo Zagreb. The scoreboard, an exact model of which is used at Milan’s San Siro stadium, will get its first international test when Croatia meets Serbia on 22 March.

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