Lugnet, Falun

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Lugnet is a large sport complex located in Falun, Sweden. 58 of the Swedish Sports Confederation's 67 special sports can be practiced there.[1] There are 6 full sized indoor pitches in the area where everything from dance to association football can be played or performed. There are also a tennis hall, an athletics arena, an ice arena including one indoor ice hockey rink, an outdoor ice hockey rink, a bandy field and a curling hall. Lugnet is also Sweden's national cross-country skiing and ski jumping centre and often hosts one part of the FIS Cross-Country World Cup.

Teams based at Lugnet[edit]

  • IBF Falun - a local floorball team in the national league top division called "svenska superligan." IBF Falun play their games in the newly built stadium FK Arena, which holds about 1,500 spectators.
  • Falu BS - The local bandy team also play in the top division called "Elitserien". They play their games at the bandy stadium which holds about 4,000 spectators.[2]
  • Falun Street Warriors IHC - An inline hockey club which plays games at Lugnet's Ice hockey Arena.

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Coordinates: 60°37′15″N 15°39′30″E / 60.62083°N 15.65833°E / 60.62083; 15.65833