Bodø Spektrum

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Bodø Spektrum
Nordlandshallen in Bodø.jpg
Nordlandshallen at Bodø Spektrum
LocationBodø, Norway
Coordinates67°16′42″N 14°24′53″E / 67.2782°N 14.4147°E / 67.2782; 14.4147Coordinates: 67°16′42″N 14°24′53″E / 67.2782°N 14.4147°E / 67.2782; 14.4147
OwnerBodø Municipality
OperatorBodø Spektrum AS
SurfaceArtificial turf
Opened21 September 1991
Tenants
FK Bodø/Glimt
Grand Bodø
Bodø HK

Bodø Spektrum is an indoor sports complex in Bodø, Norway. In 1990, construction of Nordlandshallen started, which would allow Glimt a winter training ground,[1] It opened on 21 September 1991.[2]

The largest hall is Nordlandshallen, an association football hall with artificial turf and seating for 5,500 used by Bodø/Glimt and Grand Bodø. Bodøhallen opened in 2007 and is used for handball by Bodø HK. It also consists of Nordlandsbadet, a water park.

Nordlandshallen was used as Bodø/Glimts main venue during the last season matches in the Norwegian Premier League in 1993 and 1997.[3][4]

References[edit]

Bibliography
  • Arntzen, Børre; Finne, Arne; Ludvigsen, Frank (1994). Suksess som bestilt (in Norwegian). Finarr. ISBN 82-993150-1-8.
  • Fagerli, Arnfinn; Nilsen, Christian Lunde (1999). Norsk fotball-leksikon (in Norwegian). Orion. ISBN 82-458-0398-7.
Notes
  1. ^ Arntzen (1994): 60
  2. ^ Arntzen (1994): 62
  3. ^ Johannessen, Bjørn Arne; Sandmoe, Thorleif (16 October 1993). "Full vinter i idretts-Norge". Verdens Gang (in Norwegian). p. 42.
  4. ^ "Glimt mot Skeid inne" (in Norwegian). Norwegian News Agency. 17 October 1997.