Stadionområdet, Malmö

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Stadionområdet (The stadium district) is an area in the Stadion neighbourhood in Hyllie, Malmö, Sweden. The area is the home of two major stadiums, an ice hockey arena, an indoors arena as well as several training facilities for association football, ice hockey and track and field sports.[1]

Venues[edit]

Venue Image Purpose Capacity Date build
Malmö Stadion tumb Multi-purpose outdoors arena 27,500 1958
Swedbank Stadion tumb Football stadium 24,000 2009
Malmö Isstadion tumb Indoor sports arena with ice rink 5,800 1968
Baltiska hallen tumb Indoor sports arena and concerts 4,000 1964
Athleticum tumb Indoor sports arena with running tracks None 1992
Kombihallen tumb Indoor football training facilities with artificial turf None 1980

Training facilities[edit]

The area features several training facilities for numerous sports. Most notably the area feature five football fields that are located south of Swedbank Stadion. Two of these fields are fitted with an artificial turf and located on the south side of Stadiongatan from the rest of the area. The fields are primarily used by Malmö FF, IFK Malmö as well as various minor football clubs. Indoors football facilities are located in Kombihallen which is located south east of Swedbank Stadion. Kombihallen is used by Malmö FF during the colder periods of the year when outdoor training is complicated due to snowfall.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "En koncentration av möjligheter". stadionomradet.se (in Swedish). Malmö Stad. Retrieved 15 June 2012. 

External links[edit]

Coordinates: 55°35′10″N 12°59′21″E / 55.58611°N 12.98917°E / 55.58611; 12.98917