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|Full name||BioNutria Park Randers|
|Former names||Randers Stadion
Essex Park Randers
AutoC Park Randers
8920 Randers NV
|Capacity||10,300 (11.000 seatings at max capacity)|
|Record attendance||17,200 (Denmark B vs. Sweden B, 26.10.1958)
After 2006: 11,824 (Randers FC vs. Brøndby IF, 16.05.2010)
|Field size||102 X 65 m|
|Renovated||2006 and 2012|
|Architect||Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller|
|General contractor||A. Enggaard|
|Randers FC (Danish Superliga) (2002–present)
Randers Freja (1961–2002)
The pitch was also renovated in 2006 installing under-pitch heating, and automatic watering systems.
In October 2007 Randers FC installed a 37-square metre jumboscreen at the top of the North Stand.
Bionutria official capacity are 10,300 of which 9,000 are seats, but the maximum capacity is 13,500
The north stand was the only stand, not to be renovated in the 2006 rebuild, but in 2012 Randers FC announced that the North Stand would be renovated. The North Stand would be finished in the start of the season 2013-14. The North Stand was designed by Friis & Moltke, while Grontmij was the consultative engineers and Einar Kornerup contractor.
The stadium consists of 4 stands:
- Two long-side stands:
- The Sparekassen Kronjylland stand (2,697 seats)
- The Energi Randers stand (2,407 seats)
- Two end stands:
- The Marcus stand (1,011 seats and 2,886 standing places)
- The North stand (2,400 seats and 400 standing places)
In October 2006, the stadium hosted the WUSV 2006 Schutzhund World Championship.
|Date||Home team||Res.||Away team||Competition||Spectators|
|5 October 1952||Denmark B||2–0||Finland B||Friendly match||14,000|
|10 October 1954||Denmark U-21||1–3||Sweden U-21||Friendly match||9,876|
|26 October 1958||Denmark B||3–3||Sweden B||Friendly match||17,200|
|6 September 1964||Denmark U-21||3–2||Finland U-21||Friendly match||5,100|
|21 June 1966||Denmark U-21||1–2||Netherlands U-21||Friendly match||4,300|
|24 June 1970||Denmark U-21||1–1||Sweden U-21||Friendly match||3,000|
|8 May 1973||Denmark U-23||0–2||West Germany U-23||1974 UEFA European U-23 Football Championship qualifying||4,500|
- "Randers Stadion – ombygning" (in Danish). Arkitektfirmaet C. F. Møller. Retrieved 2010-03-09.
- (in Danish) http://www.grontmij.dk/DK/Seneste-nyt/Nyheder/Pages/Nyhed-Randers-faar-komplet-fodboldarena-med-ny-Nordtribune.aspx. Missing or empty
- "Landsholdsdatabasen" (in Danish). Danish Football Association. Archived from the original on 1 April 2010. Retrieved 2010-03-01.
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