Nordjyske Arena

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Nordjyske Arena
Aalborg Stadion.jpg
Location Harald Jensens Vej 9
9000 Aalborg
Coordinates 57°3′5.4″N 9°53′56.76″E / 57.051500°N 9.8991000°E / 57.051500; 9.8991000
Owner Aalborg Municipality
Capacity 13,997(8,997 seats) (Danish matches)
10,500 (International matches)[1]
Record attendance 21,198 (AaB vs. KB, 1969)
Field size 105 x 70 m
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1960
Renovated 2002
Expanded 2002
Construction cost DKK 98,000,000
Architect Friis & Moltke A/S
Tenants
AaB (Danish Superliga) (1960–present)
Denmark under-21 national team (2006–present)[2]
UEFA Women's Championship (1991)
UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship (2011)

Nordjyske Arena (former Aalborg Stadion) is a football stadium located in the Aalborg Stadion stadium complex. It is the home ground of AaB. It has a capacity of 13,997 of which 8,997 is seated. For international matches the capacity is 10,500.

The stadium consists of 4 stands:

  • Two long-side stands:
  • Two end stands:
    • The Spar Nord stand (4,000 standing places)
    • The 3F stand (1,296 seats and 1000 standing places)

National games[edit]

Nordjyske Arena has six times been used as home ground for the Danish national team, and is supposed to be the venue for the friendly match against Senegal on 27 May 2010. Further it has been venue of several youth and female national matches:[3]

Date Home team Res. Away team Competition Spectators
13 September 1953 Denmark U-21 4–1 Norway U-21 Friendly match 11,336
16 September 1956 Denmark B 3–0 Finland B Friendly match 15,250
13 September 1959 Denmark B 1–1 Norway B Friendly match 14,900
27 October 1962 Denmark B 3–1 Sweden B Friendly match 14,300
26 October 1966 Denmark U-21 1–2 DDR U-21 Friendly match 4,000
25 September 1968 Denmark U-21 1–2 Netherlands U-21 Friendly match 4,600
1 July 1969 Denmark 6–0 Bermuda Friendly match 12,200
12 May 1971 Denmark U-23 2–1 Portugal U-23 1972 UEFA European Under-23 Football Championship qualifying 6,500
1 August 1971 Denmark 3–2 England amateur Friendly match 9,500
9 October 1974 Denmark 2–1 Iceland Friendly match 6,200
26 October 1976 Denmark U-18 1–0 Northern Ireland U-18 1977 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship qualifying ?
8 October 1977 Denmark U-21 1–2 Netherlands U-21 Friendly match 750
10 May 1979 Denmark amateur 1–1 Finland amateur Unofficial match 2,600
25 October 1983 Denmark U-19 1–0 Finland U-19 1984 UEFA European Under-18 Football Championship qualifying ?
11 September 1984 Denmark U-21 0–1 Austria U-21 Friendly match 1,900
10 September 1985 Denmark U-21 3–0 Sweden U-21 Friendly match 1,350
10 June 1987 Denmark 8–0 Romania 1988 Summer Olympics qualifying 10,300
20 April 1988 Denmark 4–0 Greece 1988 Summer Olympics qualifying 9,800
4 September 1988 Denmark 3–2 Norway 1989 European Competition for Women's Football qualifying 1,200
12 April 1989 Denmark 2–0 Canada Friendly match 10,400
13 November 1990 Denmark U-21 3–0 Yugoslavia U-21 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 2,100
17 April 1991 Denmark U-21 7–0 San Marino U-21 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,800
14 July 1991 Denmark 2–1 Italy UEFA Women's Euro 1991 3,100
24 September 1991 Denmark U-21 0–2 Norway U-21 Friendly match ?
16 October 1991 Denmark 4–1 France UEFA Women's Euro 1993 qualifying 300
11 March 1992 Denmark U-21 5–0 Poland U-21 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship ?
9 April 1992 Denmark U-21 0–1 Italy U-21 1992 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship ?
9 September 2004 Denmark U-18 1–1 Slovakia U-18 Friendly match 500
26 September 2004 Denmark 6–0 Belgium UEFA Women's Euro 2005 qualifying 2,137
6 June 2007 Denmark U-21 0–1 Finland U-21 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 6,918
7 September 2007 Denmark U-21 4–0 Lithuania U-21 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 4,843
20 November 2007 Denmark U-21 1–0 Slovenia U-21 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 2,854
26 March 2008 Denmark U-21 0–1 Sweden U-21 Friendly match 344
9 September 2008 Denmark U-21 1–0 Scotland U-21 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 3,659
11 October 2008 Denmark U-21 0–1 Serbia U-21 2009 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 4,551
19 November 2008 Denmark U-20 0–1 France U-20 Friendly match 344
5 June 2009 Denmark U-21 3–2 Iceland U-21 Friendly match 615
13 October 2009 Denmark U-21 3–1 Georgia U-21 Friendly match 2,150

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Energi Nord Arena facts AaB A/S, 15 April 2008.
  2. ^ (Danish) Landsholdet til Aalborg, Ebblog.dk, October 19, 2006
  3. ^ "Landsholdsdatabasen" (in Danish). Danish Football Association. Retrieved 2010-03-08. 

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