Johanneshovs IP

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Johanneshovs IP
Johanneshovs IP 1960-tal.jpg
Johanneshovs IP (on the left) around 1955
Full name Johanneshovs Idrottsplats
Location Johanneshov, Stockholm, Sweden
Built 1918
Expanded 1940
Closed 1967
Capacity 15 000

Johanneshovs IP was a football stadium in Stockholm, Sweden and the former home stadium for the football team Hammarby IF before the construction of Söderstadion. It was founded in 1928 and was demolished in 1967 when Söderstadion was built on the existing site of the stadium[1]

Johanneshovs IP on a map from the 1920s (in the upper part, "Idrottsplats").

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Johanneshovs IP". nyarena.se. Retrieved 16 December 2011. 

Coordinates: 59°17′45″N 18°4′55″E / 59.29583°N 18.08194°E / 59.29583; 18.08194