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Norway stadiums map

Maps of Norway stadiums

The Norway stadiums map shows all main stadiums of Norway. This stadiums map of Norway will allow you to know stadiums locations and list of teams stadiums in Norway in Northern Europe. The Norway stadiums map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

From the national stadium in Oslo to a windswept but beautiful pitch in the Arctic circle, here are the best football stadiums in Norway. Groundhopping is a popular hobby among football fans. Some in the UK try to join the '92 Club' by visiting all the stadiums used in the Premier League and Football League. Others visit a stadium in a different European country each year. Norwegians join in on the hobby too. One Norwegian football fan interviewed by the BBC has been to over 400 grounds in the UK. Ullevaal Stadion is Norway national stadium and as such home of the Norwegian national team and the venue of the Norwegian Cup final. No club currently plays at Ullevaal though it has been the home of Vålerenga and Lyn in the past. Ullevaal Stadion is located in the north of Oslo, about 4 kilometres from its city centre and a little more from its central rail station as you can see in Norway stadiums map.

Lerkendal Stadion opened on 10 August 1947, but was at its inauguration just a pitch with a few makeshift stands. The new Lerkendal Stadion, which had cost a total of NOK 252 million, officially opened on 6 October 2002 with a match against Stabæk. The stadium has a total of 1,338 VIP seats. Lerkendal Stadion is located toward the south of the city of Trondheim, about 2 kilometres from the city centre and slightly further from the main rail station. Brann Stadion was built in 1919. It opened on the 25th of May of that year with a friendly between Brann and the Norway national team. Brann Stadion is located in the south-east of the city of Bergen, about 3.5 kilometres from its city centre and main train and bus station as its shown in Norway stadiums map. The Skagerak Arena, previously called Odd Stadion, replaced the old Odd Stadion that had stood in its place since 1920. It is located toward the north-west of the small city of Skien. The walk from Skien city centre will not take more than 15 minutes.

Aker Stadion, before known as Molde Stadion, was built in 1997 at a cost of NOK 212 million. The stadium officially opened on 18 April 1998 with a match between Molde and Lillestrøm. In 2006 the stadium was renamed Aker Stadion after the company of club-owner Kjell Inge Røkke. The stadium has had an artificial pitch since 2014. Aker Stadion is located picturesquely on the shore of the Romsdalsfjord just a few hundred metres west of the town centre of Molde as its mentioned in Norway stadiums map. The stadium lies right next to the Rica Seilet Hotel, which has become one of the town principal landmarks. The Color Line Stadion opened on 17 April 2005 with a match between Aalesunds and Odd Grenland. The stadium was the first top-league stadium in Norway to have an artificial pitch. The Color Line Stadion counts with a total of 702 VIP places. It is located in the east of the small city of Ålesund, just over 1.5 kilometres from the city centre. It is situated right on the shore of where the Geirangerfjord and Norwegian Sea meet.