Sport facilities in Burgas
“Lazur” Stadium was built in 1967 and it’s one of the most modern stadiums in the country. In 2010 it deservedly won the “Best Stadium in Bulgaria” award. It has hosted a number of local and international games, both of European club championships and of the Bulgarian national team.
The swimming complex “Flora” has two outdoor pools – 50 m one and 20 m one (for children), which makes it an ideal place for sports and relaxation for adults and young ones. It also has a bar which offers private parties and celebrations. Around 500 children learn to swim in the pools at the Flora every year and during the summer the complex hosts of number of sport competitions. Schools and sport clubs organise their activities here and in certain days, the visitors can enjoy a healthy entertainment by participating in the trendy water zumba.
The swimming pool of “Mineral springs” is 25 m by 12.5 m with a servicing structure, accessibility ramp and toilets for the disabled. It is used both for training activities by Burgas sports clubs and for relaxation – by Burgas citizens and its visitors. The Burgas mineral SPA is located among greenery and is one of the oldest SPA centres in Bulgaria. The mineral water, which spring there is suitable for the treatment and prophylactics of a number of illnesses and has a beneficial effect on the general health of the organism.
The Youth Culture Centre Pool is an indoor pool and is open during the autumn-winter seasons. The Burgas swimming and water polo clubs have always had their practice sessions here. It is also used for sports and relaxation of the citizens and visitors of Burgas. The pool has a large capacity and with its five swimming corridors services between 200-350 people daily.
Sports Complex “Slaveykov” is one of the many places where you can practice different sports in Burgas. The complex offers an athletics field, basketball and volleyball courts, three tennis courts, two football pitches with artificial grass, wrestling gym, fitness gym and a children’s playground. There is a 12-metre climbing wall and a small skating park for those who prefer the extreme sports.
“Mladost” Sports Hall is one of the largest sport halls in the city. It is consisted of a large hall, with dimensions of 45 m length and 22 m wide, and three small halls. Inside the large hall there is a separate area for coffee and Bank room. On the second floor there are separate rooms for five shops and two offices. The ground floor houses six dressing rooms.
In the SH “Mladost” are practiced the following sports: rhythmic gymnastics, volleyball, handball, football and kickboxing.
Sports Hall “Nikola Stanchev” is named after the legendary Bulgarian wrestler, who was born in Burgas and is the first Olympian golden medallist of Bulgaria. The hall was opened in 2009 as part of the activities of Municipality Burgas. The sports hall building has two floors. It’s open all year for children, youths, active adults – both sportsmen and amateurs.
The Swimming complex “Meden Rudnik” has large pool with size of 25.00 m and second pool which is academic – 10 x 10 m
Sports Center “Izgrev” offers different options to spend your time outdoors. The complex has small and large football pitches, three tennis courts, basketball and volleyball playgrounds. There is a skate park that can be enjoyed by lovers of roller-blades, skateboard and cyclists. There is specifically design children playground for the little ones.
“Boycho Branzov” Sports Hall is named after the famous Burgas basketball player Boycho Branzov since 1996. It’s behind the District Hospital. Sports hall “Boycho Branzov” is entirely used for training and competitions in basketball.