The Groupama Arena, Ferencvárosi Torna Club's home stadium, was completed in a record time of 14 months and opened its doors on 10 August 2014, when the home team played Chelsea. In addition to Fradi's matches, the arena also hosted Hungarian national team matches until the Puskás Ferenc Stadium was completed, but concerts for tens of thousands of people and business events are also held in the stadium.
Legends on Üllői út
The site of the Groupama Aréna was also home to legendary stadiums of the past. The first stadium was handed over at this location in February 1911, and it was used for matches until 1971. The old stands were demolished in 1971, and on the 75th anniversary of the club's establishment, the second stadium was handed over with a Ferencváros–Vasas match. This iteration of the stadium bore the name of the Ferencváros football legend Flórián Albert between 2007 and 2013.
However, the time came when the old, iconic building no longer met modern expectations. The demolition of the old facility began on 28 March 2013, with the foundation stone of the modern stadium being laid at the same time. By the end of May, not much was left of the old stadium, but at the same time, the stands of the new arena were already emerging from the ground. The works continued at record speed after that, and in 2013 the fan centre opened its doors as well. On 31 May 2014 it was announced that the stadium had been completed, and on 2 July it took on the name Groupama Aréna for seven years. The opening match was played in the facility on 10 August 2014, but on 4 August an unofficial match between the old boys' team of Ferencváros and Újpest took place, with legends such as Dzurják, Lisztes, Lipcsei and Mészöly taking to the field. The attendance of this game was 6,500.