List of football stadiums in Norway

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Bislett Stadion, as of 2014 in use for lower-division football
Fana Stadion has a large capacity for Norwegian standards, but is not an all-seater stadium
Telenor Arena, a former indoor stadium, now used for other purposes
Mjøndalen Stadion, an example of a smaller Norwegian stadium
Harstad Stadion is not notable in itself, but included in this list as it is the main stadium of a significant Norwegian town, Harstad

The following is a list of football stadiums in Norway, ordered by capacity.

Note that some stadiums used for lower-division football might have their capacity reduced if they were to be used in higher divisions, where higher standards could be required. For instance, only few arenas in lower divisions are all-seater stadiums. Moreover, as capacity crowds are rarely an issue in lower divisions, some of the figures are likely to be rough estimates.

Stadiums of a certain size as well as those hosting notable Norwegian football clubs are included. The main stadiums of all Norwegian towns and cities of more than 10,000 inhabitants are included.

# Stadium Capacity City Club Division
1 Ullevaal Stadion 28,000[1] Oslo Vålerenga
Norway national football team
Tippeligaen
 
2 Lerkendal Stadion 21,166[2] Trondheim Rosenborg Tippeligaen
3 Brann Stadion 17,317[3] Bergen Brann Tippeligaen
4 Kristiansand Stadion 16,600[4] Kristiansand Donn Third Division
5 Viking Stadion 16,300[5] Stavanger Viking Tippeligaen
6 Bislett Stadion 15,400[6] Oslo Skeid Second Division
7 Fana Stadion 15,000[7] Bergen Fana Second Division
Molde Idrettspark 15,000[8] Molde Træff Second Division
9 Sør Arena 14,000[9] Kristiansand Start Tippeligaen
10 Skagerak Arena 13,000[10] Skien Odd Grenland Tippeligaen
11 Fredrikstad Stadion 12,500[11] Fredrikstad Fredrikstad Tippeligaen
12 Åråsen Stadion 12,250[12] Lillestrøm Lillestrøm Tippeligaen
13 Aker Stadion 11,800[13] Molde Molde Tippeligaen
14 Gjøvik Stadion c. 11,000[14] Gjøvik Gjøvik Second Division
15 Color Line Stadion 10,773[15] Ålesund Aalesund Tippeligaen
16 Komplett.no Arena 9,000[16] Sandefjord Sandefjord Fotball First Division
17 Haugesund Stadion 8,800[17] Haugesund Haugesund Tippeligaen
Aspmyra Stadion 8,800[18] Bodø Bodø/Glimt First Division
19 Briskeby Arena 7,600[19] Hamar Hamarkameratene First Division
20 Marienlyst Stadion 7,500[20] Drammen Strømsgodset Tippeligaen
Alfheim Stadion 7,500[21] Tromsø Tromsø Tippeligaen
22 Nadderud Stadion 7,000[22] Bærum Stabæk
Stabæk (Women)
First Division
Toppserien
Pors Stadion 7,000[citation needed] Porsgrunn Pors Grenland Second Division
Storstadion 7,000[23] Sandefjord Sandefjord BK Fourth Division
25 Narvik Stadion c. 6,700[24] Narvik Mjølner Third Division
26 Fram Stadion c. 6,000[25] Larvik Fram Larvik Second Division
27 Tønsberg Gressbane c. 5,600[26] Tønsberg Tønsberg Second Division
28 Nordlandshallen 5,500[27] Bodø Grand Bodø (Women) First Division
Frogner Stadion c. 5,500[28] Oslo Frigg Oslo Second Division
Vallhall Arena c. 5,500[29] Oslo Vålerenga (Women) Toppserien
31 Idrettsparken (Notodden) 5,330[30] Notodden Notodden Second Division
32 Jordal Stadion c. 5,000[31] Oslo Kurér Fourth Division
Gjemselund Stadion 5,000[32] Kongsvinger Kongsvinger First Division
Halden Stadion 5,000[33] Halden Kvik Halden Second Division
35 Idrettsparken (Mandal) 4,500[34] Mandal Mandalskameratene Third Division
Jevnaker Stadion 4,500[35] Jevnaker Jevnaker Third Division
37 Bryne Stadion 4,200[36] Bryne Bryne First Division
38 Fosshaugane Campus 4,000[37] Sogndal Sogndal Tippeligaen
Guldbergaunet Stadion c. 4,000[38] Steinkjer Steinkjer Third Division
Sveum Idrettspark c. 4,000[citation needed] Brumunddal Brumunddal Second Division
Atlanten Stadion c. 4,000[39] Kristiansund Kristiansund First Division
42 Sandnes Idrettspark 3,850[40] Sandnes Sandnes Tippeligaen
43 AKA Arena 3,633[41] Hønefoss Hønefoss Tippeligaen
44 Varden Amfi 3,500[42] Bergen Fyllingsdalen Second Division
45 Høddvoll Stadion 3,120[43] Ulsteinvik Hødd First Division
46 Myhrer Stadion c. 3,000[33] Eidsvoll Eidsvold Turn Second Division
Ålgård Stadion c. 3,000[44] Ålgård Ålgård Second Division
Åsane Idrettspark c. 3,000[45] Bergen Åsane Second Division
Klepp Stadion c. 3,000[46] Klepp Klepp (Women) Toppserien
UKI Arena c. 3,000[47] Jessheim Ullensaker/Kisa First Division
Seiersten Stadion c. 3,000[48] Drøbak Drøbak/Frogn Second Division
Rolvsrud Stadion c. 3,000[49] Lørenskog Lørenskog Second Division
53 Randaberg Stadion 2,800[50] Randaberg Randaberg First Division
54 Mjøndalen Stadion 2,500[51] Mjøndalen Mjøndalen First Division
55 Sarpsborg Stadion 2,350[52] Sarpsborg Sarpsborg 08 Tippeligaen
56 Føyka Stadion c. 2,000[53] Asker Asker Second Division
Ullernbanen c. 2,000[54] Oslo Ullern Third Division
DNB Arena (Trondheim) c. 2,000[47] Trondheim Ranheim
Trondheims-Ørn (Women)
First Division
Toppserien
Kongsberg Stadion c. 2,000[55] Kongsberg Kongsberg Third Division
Moan Gress c. 2,000[56] Levanger Levanger Second Division
Lambertseter Stadion c. 2,000[57] Oslo Lambertseter
Mercantile
Sixth Division[58]
Seventh Division[59]
J.J. Ugland Stadion – Levermyr c. 2,000[60] Grimstad Jerv
Amazon Grimstad (Women)
Third Division
Toppserien
Sofiemyr Stadion c. 2,000[61] Oppegård Kolbotn Toppserien
64 Idrettsparken (Egersund) 1,924[33] Egersund Egersunds IK Second Division
65 Tromsdalen Stadion 1,900[62] Tromsø Tromsdalen Second Division
66 Strømmen Stadion 1,723[62] Strømmen Strømmen First Division
67 Raufoss Storhall 1,600[63] Raufoss Raufoss Second Division
68 Ski Stadion 1,500[64] Ski Follo First Division
Stampesletta 1,500[citation needed] Lillehammer Lillehammer Third Division
Stord Stadion 1,500[65] Stord Stord Third Division
71 Grefsen Stadion 1,420[66] Oslo Kjelsås Second Division
72 Nybergsund Stadion 1,200[citation needed] Nybergsund Nybergsund-Trysil Second Division
73 Åsebøen Stadion 1,062[67] Kopervik Kopervik Third Division
74 Finnmarkshallen 1,000[62] Alta Alta Second Division
Stemmemyren 1,000[68] Bergen Sandviken Toppserien
76 Sandvika Stadion (Kadettangen) 602[69] Bærum Bærum Second Division
77 Bjønnes Stadion N/A Arendal Arendal Second Division
Nye Sagbakken Stadion N/A Mo i Rana Mo Second Division
Elverum Stadion N/A Elverum Elverum Second Division
Lystlunden N/A Horten Ørn-Horten Second Division
Skarbøvik Stadion N/A Ålesund Skarbøvik Second Division
Moseidmoen N/A Vennesla Vindbjart Second Division
Florø Stadion N/A Florø Florø Third Division
Kuventræ Stadion N/A Os, Hordaland Os Third Division
Stranda Stadion N/A Mosjøen Lofoten Third Division
Prestegardsmoen N/A Voss Voss
Voss (Women)
Third Division
First Division
Måløy Stadion N/A Måløy Tordado Måløy Third Division
Øverlands Minde N/A Stjørdalshalsen Stjørdals-Blink Third Division
Grue Stadion N/A Grue Grue Fourth Division
SIF Stadion N/A Stavanger Stavanger Fourth Division
Kleppen Stadion N/A Namsos Namsos Fourth Division
Harstad Stadion N/A Harstad Medkila (Women) Toppserien

A selection of former Norwegian football stadiums, which have been demolished or fundamentally redesigned, or that are not in use for fotball as of 2013:

References[edit]

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  2. ^ Lerkendal Stadion RBK.no
  3. ^ Brann Stadion Brann.no
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