The Generali Arena (previously known as Letná) is a football stadium in Prague. It is the home venue of Sparta Prague and often the home stadium of the Czech Republic national football team. Originally known as Letná Stadium (Letenský stadion), then after sponsors Toyota and then AXA, it is now named after its current sponsor, Generali. The first stadium on the place opened in 1921, the current stadium was built in 1969 and reconstructed 1994. It holds 20,854 people.Non football activities
Since the beginning the stadium has been used as a tribune for events that took place in/around the Milada Horaková street and the large "Letenská pláň" behind it. During the Velvet revolution in 1989 there were some 800,000 people assembled here for various anti-government demonstrations.
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