As a modern and multi-purpose football stadium, the Generali Arena locates at Milady Horákové 1066/98, Prague, Czech Republic. It is often taken as the home ground of Sparta Prague and often the home stadium of the Czech Republic national football team. In 1937, the original wooden main stand of the football stadium was replaced by the concrete grand stand, with a capacity of 35,880 spectators. After the reconstruction of 1994, the present Generali Arena has come into being. In the end, the stadium fulfill all needs for international matches, after 9 months’ improvements and adjustments.
Many significant football matches were held at the Generali Arena, such as the qualifying game of the FIFA World Cup in 1990. Since the broke up of Czechoslovakia, many international matches have been held at the football stadium, such as qualification matches for the UEFA Euro in 1996. In addition to sports events, the football stadium has been used as a place for some large concerts, allies and significant activities.