List of football stadiums in Sweden

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This is a list of football stadiums in Sweden, ranked in descending order of capacity.

There are an extremely large number of football stadiums and pitches in Sweden, so this list is not comprehensive. It includes:

Existing stadiums[edit]

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1 Friendsarena.jpg Friends Arena 50,000 Sweden national football team National stadium N/A [1]
AIK Allsvenskan 1
2 Tele2 Arena Globen.jpg Tele2 Arena 30,000 Djurgårdens IF Allsvenskan 2 [2]
Hammarby Superettan 1
3 Mffstadiumnight.jpg Swedbank Stadion 24,000 Malmö FF Allsvenskan 3 [3]
4 Gamla Ullevi inside.JPG Gamla Ullevi 18,416 IFK Göteborg Allsvenskan 4 [4]
GAIS
Örgryte IS Superettan 2
5 Nyaparken.jpg Idrottsparken 17,234 IFK Norrköping Allsvenskan 5 [5]
IK Sleipner Division 1 Södra N/A
6 Boras arena 17april 2005.jpg Borås Arena 16,899 IF Elfsborg Allsvenskan 6 [6]
Norrby IF Division 1 Södra N/A
7 Olympiahelsingborg.jpg Olympia 16,500 Helsingborgs IF Allsvenskan 7 [7]
8 HBK-Gefle.JPG Örjans Vall 15,500 Halmstads BK Allsvenskan 8 [8]
9 Behrn Arena 2008.JPG Behrn Arena 13,129 Örebro SK Superettan 3 [9]
10= Goldenbird arena1.png Guldfågeln Arena 12,000 Kalmar FF Allsvenskan 10= [10]
10= Landskrona IP.JPG Landskrona IP 12,000 Landskrona BoIS Superettan 4 [11]
10= MSH Arena pano 20120727.jpg Myresjöhus Arena 12,000 Östers IF Allsvenskan 10=
13= Vångavallen (stand).jpg Vångavallen 10,000 Trelleborgs FF Division 1 Södra NA [12]
13= Tingvalla IP.JPG Tingvalla IP 10,000 Karlstad BK Division 1 Södra NA
15 Arena Linköping 8,500 Linköpings FC Damallsvenskan 3 [13]
16 Kopparvallen.jpg Kopparvallen 8,300 Åtvidabergs FF Allsvenskan 12 [14]
17= Gammliavallen, Umeå.JPG T3 Arena 8,000 Umeå FC Superettan 6 [15]
17= Starke Arvid.JPG Starke Arvid Arena 8,000 Ljungskile SK Superettan 7 [16]
19 NorrportenArena.jpg Norrporten Arena 7,700 GIF Sundsvall Allsvenskan 11 [17]
20 Stora Valla sommaren 2005.JPG Stora Valla 7,500 Degerfors IF Superettan 8 [18]
21 Strandvallen entre.JPG Strandvallen 7,000 Mjällby AIF Allsvenskan 12 [19]
22 Strömvallen 6,711 Gefle IF Allsvenskan 13 [20]
23 Borlänge Domnarvsvallen hörnflagga.JPG Domnarvsvallen 6,500 IK Brage Superettan 9 [21]
Dalkurd FF Division 1 Norra
24 Södertälje Fotbollsarena.jpg Södertälje Fotbollsarena 6,400 Syrianska FC Allsvenskan 14 [22]
Assyriska FF Superettan 10
25 Rambergsvallen 2012-08-31 c (cropped).jpg Rambergsvallen 6,000 BK Häcken Allsvenskan 15 [23]
26= Grimsta IP Hässelby strand och Mälaren mot väst 1988.jpg Grimsta IP 5,500 IF Brommapojkarna Superettan [24]
26= Stadsparksvallen.jpg Stadsparksvallen 5,500 Jönköpings Södra IF Superettan 11= [25]
28= Finnvedsvallen 5,000 IFK Värnamo Superettan 13 [26]
28= Gutavallen swedish national team 2006.jpg Gutavallen 5,000 FC Gute Division 2 Södra Svealand [27]
28= 150px Boden Arena 5,000 Bodens BK Division 2 Norrland [28]
31 Paskbergsvallen.jpg Påskbergsvallen 4,500 Varbergs BoIS FC Superettan 14 [29]
32= Angelholms IP 2.jpg Ängelholms IP 4,000 Ängelholms FF Superettan 15= [30]
32= Falkenbergs IP 4,000 Falkenbergs FF Superettan 15= [31]

Other stadiums[edit]

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1 Ullevi stadium in gothenburg 20060510.jpg Ullevi 43,000 None N/A N/A [32]
2 South Stand, Malmö Stadion.jpg Malmö Stadion 26,500 IFK Malmö Division 4 1 [33]
3 120603 Värendsvallen 4610.jpg Värendsvallen 13,800 None N/A N/A [34]
4 Ryavallen, main stand, january 2008.JPG Ryavallen 12,000 None N/A N/A [35]

Stadiums under construction[edit]

# Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Start/end
1 Nya Studenternas[36] 9,000 Uppsala IK Sirius –2019
2 Gefle IF new stadium[37] 6,500 Gävle Gefle IF –2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ "This is Friends Arena" (in English). Friends Arena. Retrieved 23 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Välkommen till Tele2 Arena" (in Swedish). Tele2 Arena. Retrieved 5 August 2013. 
  3. ^ Malmö FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  4. ^ IFK Göteborg The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  5. ^ IFK Norrköping The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  6. ^ IF Elfsborg The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  7. ^ Helsingborgs IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  8. ^ Halmstads BK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  9. ^ Örebro SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  10. ^ Kalmar FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  11. ^ Landskrona BoIS The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  12. ^ Trelleborgs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  13. ^ Linköpings FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 23 March 2014
  14. ^ Åtvidabergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  15. ^ Umeå FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  16. ^ Ljungskile SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  17. ^ GIF Sundsvall The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  18. ^ Degerfors IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  19. ^ Mjällby AIF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  20. ^ Gefle IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  21. ^ IK Brage The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  22. ^ Syrianska FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  23. ^ BK Häcken The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  24. ^ IF Brommapojkarna The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  25. ^ Jönköpings Södra IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  26. ^ IFK Värnamo The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  27. ^ Ulf Jönsson (2008-04-08). "Henke Larsson mot FC Gute" (in Swedish). Helagotland. Retrieved 2013-07-17. 
  28. ^ (in Swedish). ' http://www.  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  29. ^ Varbergs BoIS FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  30. ^ Ängelholms FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  31. ^ Falkenbergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  32. ^ Ullevi Got Event. Accessed 30 March 2012
  33. ^ Malmö Stadion Malmö Stad. Accessed 30 March 2012
  34. ^ Östers IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  35. ^ Ryavallen IKYmer-Friidrott. Accessed 30 March 2012
  36. ^ "Startskott för nya studenternas" (in Swedish). Uppsala Nya Tidning. Retrieved 23 March 2013. 
  37. ^ "Gefle får ny arena" (in Swedish). Sveriges Television. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 

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