List of football stadiums in Sweden

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This is a list of football stadiums in Sweden, ranked in descending order of capacity.

There are a large number of football stadiums and pitches in Sweden, so this list is not comprehensive. It includes:

Existing stadiums[edit]

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1 Friendsarena.jpg Friends Arena 50,000 Sweden national football team National stadium N/A [1]
AIK Allsvenskan 1
2 Tele2 Arena Globen.jpg Tele2 Arena 30,000 Djurgårdens IF Allsvenskan 2 [2]
Hammarby Allsvenskan 2
3 Mffstadiumnight.jpg Swedbank Stadion 24,000 Malmö FF Allsvenskan 3 [3]
4 Gamla Ullevi inside.JPG Gamla Ullevi 18,416 Sweden women's national football team National stadium N/A [4]
IFK Göteborg Allsvenskan 4
GAIS
Örgryte IS Superettan 1
5 Nyaparken.jpg Idrottsparken 17,234 IFK Norrköping Allsvenskan 5 [5]
IK Sleipner Division 1 Södra N/A
6 Boras arena 17april 2005.jpg Borås Arena 16,899 IF Elfsborg Allsvenskan 6 [6]
Norrby IF Division 1 Södra N/A
7 Olympiahelsingborg.jpg Olympia 16,500 Helsingborgs IF Allsvenskan 7 [7]
8 HBK-Gefle.JPG Örjans Vall 15,500 Halmstads BK Allsvenskan 8 [8]
9 Behrn Arena 2008.JPG Behrn Arena 13,129 Örebro SK Allsvenskan 3 [9]
10= Goldenbird arena1.png Guldfågeln Arena 12,000 Kalmar FF Allsvenskan 10= [10]
10= Landskrona IP.JPG Landskrona IP 12,000 Landskrona BoIS Superettan 4 [11]
10= MSH Arena pano 20120727.jpg Myresjöhus Arena 12,000 Östers IF Allsvenskan 10=
13= Vångavallen (stand).jpg Vångavallen 10,000 Trelleborgs FF Division 1 Södra NA [12]
13= Tingvalla IP.JPG Tingvalla IP 10,000 Carlstad United Division 1 Norra NA
15 Arena Linköping 8,500 Linköpings FC Damallsvenskan 3 [13]
16 Kopparvallen.jpg Kopparvallen 8,300 Åtvidabergs FF Allsvenskan 12 [14]
17= Gammliavallen, Umeå.JPG T3 Arena 8,000 Umeå FC Superettan 6 [15]
17= Starke Arvid.JPG Starke Arvid Arena 8,000 Ljungskile SK Superettan 7 [16]
19 NorrportenArena.jpg Norrporten Arena 7,700 GIF Sundsvall Allsvenskan 11 [17]
20 Stora Valla sommaren 2005.JPG Stora Valla 7,500 Degerfors IF Superettan 8 [18]
21 Strandvallen entre.JPG Strandvallen 7,000 Mjällby AIF Allsvenskan 12 [19]
22 Strömvallen 6,711 Gefle IF Allsvenskan 13 [20]
23 Borlänge Domnarvsvallen hörnflagga.JPG Domnarvsvallen 6,500 IK Brage Superettan 9 [21]
Dalkurd FF Division 1 Norra
24 Södertälje Fotbollsarena.jpg Södertälje Fotbollsarena 6,400 Syrianska FC Allsvenskan 14 [22]
Assyriska FF Superettan 10
25 Rambergsvallen 2012-08-31 c (cropped).jpg Rambergsvallen 6,000 BK Häcken Allsvenskan 15 [23]
26= Grimsta IP Hässelby strand och Mälaren mot väst 1988.jpg Grimsta IP 5,500 IF Brommapojkarna Superettan [24]
26= Stadsparksvallen.jpg Stadsparksvallen 5,500 Jönköpings Södra IF Allsvenskan 11= [25]
28= Finnvedsvallen 5,000 IFK Värnamo Superettan 13 [26]
28= Gutavallen swedish national team 2006.jpg Gutavallen 5,000 FC Gute Division 2 Södra Svealand [27]
28= Boden Arena 5,000 Bodens BK Division 2 Norrland [28]
31 Paskbergsvallen.jpg Påskbergsvallen 4,500 Varbergs BoIS FC Superettan 14 [29]
32= Angelholms IP 2.jpg Ängelholms IP 4,000 Ängelholms FF Superettan 15= [30]
32= Falkenbergs IP 4,000 Falkenbergs FF Allsvenskan 15= [31]

Other stadiums[edit]

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1 Ullevi stadium in gothenburg 20060510.jpg Ullevi 43,000 None N/A N/A [32]
2 South Stand, Malmö Stadion.jpg Malmö Stadion 26,500 IFK Malmö Division 4 1 [33]
3 120603 Värendsvallen 4610.jpg Värendsvallen 13,800 None N/A N/A [34]
4 Ryavallen, main stand, january 2008.JPG Ryavallen 12,000 None N/A N/A [35]

Stadiums under construction[edit]

# Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Start/end
1 Nya Studenternas[36] 9,000 Uppsala IK Sirius –2019
2 Bravida Arena[37] Ca 7,000 Gothenburg BK Häcken –2015
3 Gavlevallen[38] 6,500 Gävle Gefle IF –2015

References[edit]

  1. ^ "This is Friends Arena". Friends Arena. Retrieved 23 March 2013. 
  2. ^ "Välkommen till Tele2 Arena" (in Swedish). Tele2 Arena. Retrieved 5 August 2013. 
  3. ^ Malmö FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  4. ^ IFK Göteborg The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  5. ^ IFK Norrköping The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  6. ^ IF Elfsborg The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  7. ^ Helsingborgs IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  8. ^ Halmstads BK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  9. ^ Örebro SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  10. ^ Kalmar FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  11. ^ Landskrona BoIS The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  12. ^ Trelleborgs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  13. ^ Linköpings FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 23 March 2014
  14. ^ Åtvidabergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  15. ^ Umeå FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  16. ^ Ljungskile SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  17. ^ GIF Sundsvall The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  18. ^ Degerfors IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  19. ^ Mjällby AIF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  20. ^ Gefle IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  21. ^ IK Brage The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  22. ^ Syrianska FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  23. ^ BK Häcken The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  24. ^ IF Brommapojkarna The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  25. ^ Jönköpings Södra IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  26. ^ IFK Värnamo The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  27. ^ Ulf Jönsson (2008-04-08). "Henke Larsson mot FC Gute" (in Swedish). Helagotland. Retrieved 2013-07-17. 
  28. ^ (in Swedish). ' http://www. Check |url= value (help).  Missing or empty |title= (help)
  29. ^ Varbergs BoIS FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  30. ^ Ängelholms FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  31. ^ Falkenbergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  32. ^ Ullevi Got Event. Accessed 30 March 2012
  33. ^ Malmö Stadion Malmö Stad. Accessed 30 March 2012
  34. ^ Östers IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  35. ^ Ryavallen IKYmer-Friidrott. Accessed 30 March 2012
  36. ^ "Startskott för nya studenternas" (in Swedish). Uppsala Nya Tidning. Retrieved 23 March 2013. 
  37. ^ "Bakgrund". rambergsvallen.higab.se (in Swedish). higab. Retrieved 6 November 2014. 
  38. ^ "Gefle får ny arena" (in Swedish). Sveriges Television. Retrieved 30 May 2013. 

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