List of football stadiums in Sweden

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

There are many football stadiums and pitches in Sweden, so this list is not comprehensive. It includes:

Existing stadiums

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1Friends Arena50,000Sweden national football teamNational stadiumN/A[1]
AIKAllsvenskan1
2Tele2 Arena30,000Djurgårdens IFAllsvenskan2[2]
HammarbyAllsvenskan2
3Stadion24,000Malmö FFAllsvenskan3[3]
4Gamla Ullevi18,416Sweden women's national football teamNational stadiumN/A[4]
IFK GöteborgAllsvenskan4
GAISSuperettan1
Örgryte IS
5Östgötaporten17,234IFK NorrköpingAllsvenskan5[5]
IK SleipnerDivision 2N/A
6Borås Arena16,899IF ElfsborgAllsvenskan6[6]
Norrby IFSuperettan2
7Olympia16,500Helsingborgs IFSuperettan3[7]
8Behrn Arena13,129Örebro SKAllsvenskan7[8]
9=Guldfågeln Arena12,000Kalmar FFAllsvenskan8[9]
9=Myresjöhus Arena12,000Östers IFSuperettan4
11Örjans Vall10,873Halmstads BKAllsvenskan9[10]
12=Vångavallen10,000Trelleborgs FFSuperettan5[11]
12=Landskrona IP10,000Landskrona BoISDivision 1 SödraN/A[12]
12=Tingvalla IP10,000Carlstad UnitedDivision 1 NorraNA
15Linköping Arena8,500Linköpings FCDamallsvenskan3[13]
16Jämtkraft Arena8,466Östersunds FKSuperettan6[14]
17Kopparvallen8,300Åtvidabergs FFSuperettan6[15]
18=T3 Arena8,000Umeå FCDivision 1 NorraN/A[16]
18=Starke Arvid Arena8,000Ljungskile SKDivision 1 SödraN/A[17]
20Tunavallen7,800AFC EskilstunaAllsvenskan12[18]
Eskilstuna United DFFDamallsvenskan4
21Norrporten Arena7,700GIF SundsvallAllsvenskan11[19]
22Stora Valla7,500Degerfors IFSuperettan7[20]
23Strandvallen7,000Mjällby AIFDivision 1 SödraN/A[21]
24=Bravida Arena6,500BK HäckenAllsvenskan12[22]
24=Gavlevallen6,500Gefle IFSuperettan8[23]
24=Domnarvsvallen6,500IK BrageDivision 1 NorraN/A[24]
Dalkurd FFSuperettan
27Södertälje Fotbollsarena6,400Syrianska FCSuperettan14[25]
Assyriska FFDivision 1 NorraN/A
28=Stadsparksvallen5,500Jönköpings Södra IFAllsvenskan15[26]
28=Falcon Alkoholfri Arena5,500Falkenbergs FFSuperettan11=[27]
28=Grimsta IP5,500IF BrommapojkarnaSuperettan11[28]
31=Finnvedsvallen5,000IFK VärnamoSuperettan13[29]
31=Gutavallen5,000FC GuteDivision 2 Södra Svealand[30]
31=Boden Arena5,000Bodens BKDivision 2 Norrland[31]
34Påskbergsvallen4,500Varbergs BoIS FCSuperettan14[32]
35=Ängelholms IP4,000Ängelholms FFSuperettan15=[33]
35=Falkenbergs IP4,000Falkenbergs FFAllsvenskan15=[34]

Other stadiums

Overall Rank Image Stadium Capacity Club Division Rank in Respective Divisions Ref
1Ullevi43,000NoneN/AN/A[35]
2Malmö Stadion26,500IFK MalmöDivision 41[36]
3Värendsvallen13,800NoneN/AN/A[37]
4Ryavallen12,000NoneN/AN/A[38]

Stadiums under construction

# Image Stadium Capacity City Home team Start/end
1Nya Studenternas[39]9,000UppsalaIK Sirius–2019

References

  1. "This is Friends Arena". Friends Arena. Archived from the original on 30 March 2013. 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. Örebro SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  9. Kalmar FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  10. Halmstads BK. Accessed 06 April 2017
  11. Trelleborgs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  12. Landskrona BoIS The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  13. Linköpings FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 23 March 2014
  14. Östersunds FK The Swedish FA. Accessed 15 July 2017
  15. Åtvidabergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  16. Umeå FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  17. Ljungskile SK The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  18. Eskilstuna Kommun. Accessed 16 July 2017
  19. GIF Sundsvall The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  20. Degerfors IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  21. Mjällby AIF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  22. BK Häcken The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  23. Gefle IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  24. IK Brage The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  25. Syrianska FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  26. Jönköpings Södra IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  27. Falkenbergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  28. IF Brommapojkarna The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  29. IFK Värnamo The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  30. Ulf Jönsson (2008-04-08). "Henke Larsson mot FC Gute" (in Swedish). Helagotland. Retrieved 2013-07-17.
  31. (in Swedish) https://web.archive.org/web/20071020025208/http://www.freiburg.de/servlet/PB/menu/1214642_l1/index.html. Archived from the original Check |url= value (help) on 2007-10-20. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  32. Varbergs BoIS FC The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  33. Ängelholms FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  34. Falkenbergs FF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  35. Ullevi Archived 2012-05-17 at the Wayback Machine Got Event. Accessed 30 March 2012
  36. Malmö Stadion Archived 2011-11-22 at the Wayback Machine Malmö Stad. Accessed 30 March 2012
  37. Östers IF The Swedish FA. Accessed 30 March 2012
  38. Ryavallen IKYmer-Friidrott. Accessed 30 March 2012
  39. "Startskott för nya studenternas" (in Swedish). Uppsala Nya Tidning. Retrieved 23 March 2013.

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