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The largest stadium (With a capacity of 54,549) of Georgia, Boris Paichadze stadium which was formerly known as the Lenin Dinamo Arena, is located in Tbilisi. Built in 1976, it is the home stadium of the Dinamo Tbilisi and also serves as a stamping ground for the Georgia National Rugby Union team and the Georgia National Football team. It was built by architect Gia Kudiani and had been named after Vladimir Ilyich Lenin Dinamo, one of the great Russian leaders. But in 1995, it was renamed after famous Georgian footballer Boris Paichadze.