|Full name||Lahden stadion|
|Owner||City of Lahti|
|Operator||City of Lahti|
|Capacity||7,465 seating, 7,000 standing|
|Field dimensions||103 × 67 m|
Lahti Stadium (Finnish: Lahden stadion) is a multi-use stadium in Lahti, Finland. In Winter the stadium is used in cross-country skiing and biathlon. In summer it is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of FC Lahti. The stadium holds 14,500 and was built in 1981.
Stadium is also a well-known venue for cross-country skiing and biathlon. It, along with neighboring ski jumping hills, has hosted two FIS Nordic World Ski Championships (1989 and 2001) and numerous FIS World Cup events. In biathlon, the stadium has been the venue for three World Championships (1981, 1991 and 2000) and also the World Cup for many years.
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