Farum Park

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Right to Dream Park
Farum Farum Park 1.jpg
Location Idrætsvænget 2
3520 Farum
Coordinates 55°48′57″N 12°21′12″E / 55.815847°N 12.353289°E / 55.815847; 12.353289
Owner Furesø Municipality
Capacity 10,300 (9,800 seats)
Record attendance 10,300 (Nordsjælland vs. Horsens, 2012)
Field size 105 x 68 m
Surface Artificial Turf
Construction
Built 1999
Opened 1999
Architect Gert Andersen ApS
Structural engineer Jørgen Wessberg A/S
General contractor Hoffmann A/S
Tenants
Nordsjælland (Danish Superliga) (2003–present)
Farum Boldklub (1999–present)
Denmark under-21 national team (2002–2006)
Mermaid Bowl (?-2011)
UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship (2002)

Right to Dream Park is a football stadium, located in Farum, Denmark and is the home ground of FC Nordsjælland. It has a capacity of 10,300 of which 9,800 are seated. Farum Park is the first stadium in the Danish Superliga with an artificial turf, installed in 2012. The grass is from Limonta Sport - a leading company in the production and distribution of synthetic grass for sports. Farum Park is a modern stadium with LED-banners, a hotel with 35 rooms and a fitness center.

Farum Park was renamed Right to Dream Park in 2016 as a tribute to the club's partnership with Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.[1]

National games[edit]

Right to Dream Park has three times been used as home ground for the Danish female national team. Further it has been venue of several youth and female national matches:[2]

Date Home team Res. Away team Competition Spectators
26 April 2000 Denmark U-21 1–2 Sweden U-21 Friendly match 4,418
4 May 2000 Denmark U-21 0–7 Norway U-21 Friendly match ?
24 April 2001 Denmark U-21 0–2 Slovenia U-21 Friendly match 1,822
27 April 2002 Denmark U-17 4–4 Netherlands U-17 2002 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship ?
29 April 2002 Denmark U-17 6–0 Finland U-17 2002 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship ?
11 October 2002 Denmark U-21 9–0 Luxembourg U-21 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,117
19 November 2002 Denmark U-21 0–1 Poland U-21 Friendly match 553
6 June 2003 Denmark U-21 2–0 Norway U-21 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 2,005
9 September 2003 Denmark U-21 0–0 Romania U-21 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,485
15 November 2003 Denmark U-21 1–1 Italy U-21 2004 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 2,815
22 May 2004 Denmark 2–0 Spain 2005 UEFA Women's Championship qualifying 1,117
3 September 2004 Denmark U-21 3–2 Ukraine U-21 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 608
12 October 2004 Denmark U-21 1–1 Turkey U-21 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,938
7 June 2005 Denmark U-21 7–0 Albania U-21 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,343
6 September 2005 Denmark U-21 1–0 Georgia U-21 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,024
25 September 2005 Denmark 3–0 Belgium 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup qualifying 1,316
7 October 2005 Denmark U-21 2–1 Greece U-21 2006 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 1,047
5 September 2006 Denmark U-21 0–2 Sweden U-21 2007 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship qualifying 2,375
30 August 2008 Denmark 1–2 Sweden Friendly match 2,345
9 June 2009 Denmark U-21 0–4 Italy U-23 Unofficial match 1,570

Attendance average for FC Nordsjælland in Right to Dream Park[edit]

2016/2017: 2,650
2015/2016: 3,843
2014/2015: 4,257
2013/2014: 5,179
2012/2013: 5,874
2011/2012: 5,801
2010/2011: 4,470
2009/2010: 4,636
2008/2009: 4,020
2007/2008: 4,197
2006/2007: 3,859
2005/2006: 3,504
2004/2005: 2,968
2003/2004: 2,962
2002/2003: 3,355

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Farum Park renamed Right to Dream Park in Denmark". Retrieved 2016-04-27. 
  2. ^ "Landsholdsdatabasen" (in Danish). Danish Football Association. Retrieved 2010-03-08. 

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