The front of the stadium
|Owner||Kalmar FF Fastigheter AB|
|Capacity||12,500 of which 10,500 are seated. (league games)|
12,000 all seated. (international games)
|Surface||Grass, 105 x 68 meter|
|Broke ground||December 12, 2009|
|Opened||April 11, 2011|
|Construction cost||250 million SEK|
|Kalmar FF (2011–present)|
Sweden national under-21 football team (2012–)
Guldfågeln Arena is a football stadium in Kalmar, Sweden and the home of Allsvenskan club Kalmar FF. The stadium is located in the area known as Hansa City, in the North West of Kalmar. The arena opened to the public on March 15, 2011.
Kalmar FF's first competitive match at the stadium was played on 11 April 2011 against Djurgårdens IF.
Guldfågeln Arena is also one of the arenas used for the UEFA Women's Euro 2013, as Kalmar Arena, with three matches in the preliminaries as well as one quarter final.
The football stadium consists of 11,000 seats under roof, and has a natural grass playing field grown in place. Beside the football pitch in the stadium, the construction work also includes three pitches that will be used for practise sessions only (two with natural grass and one with artificial turf).
Guldfågeln Arena cost about 250 million Swedish krona and was financed jointly by Kalmar FF, Kalmar Municipality and the real estate company Sveafastigheter. Guldfågeln Arena replaced Fredriksskans as Kalmar FF's home ground.
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