|Full name||MCH Arena|
|Former names||Messecenter Herning Stadion (2003–2004)
SAS Arena (2004–2009)
|Owner||MCH Messecenter Herning|
|Field size||104 x 65 m|
|Opened||March 27, 2004|
|FC Midtjylland (2004–present)|
Construction began on April 2, 2003, and the stadium opened on March 27, 2004. It cost 85 million DKK to build. Messecenter Herning have owned the stadium since 2004 but only owned the rights to the official name of the stadium since 2009. Before 2009 the stadium name was owned by Scandinavian Airlines and called SAS arena.
It was one of four venues for the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, staging three matches in Group B and a semi-final. During the competition, it was known as Herning Stadion.
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