Linköping Arena in November 2014
|Broke ground||29 August 2011|
|Opened||5 May 2013|
|Linköpings FC (2013–)|
FC Linköping City (2013–)
The Linköping Arena is an association football stadium in Linköping, Sweden. Opened in 2013, the stadium has a capacity of 8500 and hosted four games at the UEFA Women's Euro 2013 tournament. Following the tournament, the stadium became home to Linköpings FC women's association football team. The name was discussed for a while and the project name was Arena Linköping before at the inauguration it was announced as Linköping Arena.
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