Hrazdan Stadium (Armenian: Հրազդան մարզադաշտ) is a multi-use, all-seater stadium in Yerevan, Armenia, opened on 19 May 1971. With the financial support of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the stadium was built in a remarkable period of 11 months.
It is the largest stadium in Armenia, currently used for football matches. Hrazdan is the home stadium for the Armenia national team, FC Ararat Yerevan and Ulisses F.C., formerly for Kilikia FC. The stadium is able to host 53,849 after the most recent reconstruction in 2008, which converted the stadium to an all-seater one. Before the reconstruction, "Hrazdan" was able to hold up to 70,000 spectaors. It was in the top five stadiums of the Soviet Union by its capacity. The stadium hosted the Armenian Cup finals for many occasions as well as the opening ceremony of the Pan-Armenian Games in 2003, in addition to various athletics competitions. The stadium was also one of the home grounds for the USSR national team during the late period of the Soviet Union.