Naming rights agreement since October 2011
View of the playing field of the stadium
|Full name||Energi Viborg Arena|
|Former names||Viborg Stadion (1931–2011)
Energi Viborg Arena (2011–present)
|Location||Stadion Allé 7
|Owner||Viborg Stadion Center (Viborg Municipality)|
|Capacity||9,566 (association football)
|Field size||105 by 68 metres (114.8 yd × 74.4 yd)|
|Opened||5 July 1931|
|Construction cost||62.1 million kr. (2001)|
UEFA Euro U-21s (2011)
Energi Viborg Arena (originally Viborg Stadion) is a football stadium located in Viborg, Denmark. It is the home ground of Viborg FF and has a capacity of 9,566. The stadium is part of Viborg Stadion Center and is owned by Viborg Municipality. Since October 2011, it has been known as Energi Viborg Arena due to a sponsorship arrangement, giving naming rights to Energi Viborg, an regional energy group. It was one of four venues for the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Football Championship, hosting three matches in Group B and a semi-final. The old stadium from 1931 was torn down in 2001 to make room for a new stadium with 9,566 seats. The new stadium came with covered seating and heating in the field. The extensions around the new stadium was finished in 2007, and there was added ekstra standing places for both home and away team fans. In 2008 two big screens were added to the new stadium. Other uses have included hosting concerts with a capacity of 22,000 concertgoers.
Logos used under sponsorship arrangements for Viborg Stadium:
- "Viborg Kommune - Borger - Kultur og fritid - Fritidstilbud - Viborg Stadion Center - Viborg Stadion" (in Danish). Viborg Municipality. 11 August 2014. Archived from the original on 13 March 2016.
- "Viborg FF - Fakta om stadion". www.vff.dk (in Danish). Viborg: Viborg FF. Retrieved 13 August 2009.
Stadionkapacitet: 9.566, overdækkede siddepladser. (V: 2.662; N:2.072; Ø: 2.792; S: 2.040); Banestørrelse: 105 x 68 m.; Lysanlæg: 1200 lux.;
- Møller, Dan Ersted (5 July 2005). "Viborgs historie - Historier - Sportens by". www.viborghistorie.dk (in Danish). Lokalhistorisk Arkiv for Viborg Kommune, Viborg Centralbibliotek, Viborg Stiftsmuseum. Archived from the original on 9 January 2017. Retrieved 9 January 2017.
- (Danish) Public service homepage
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