Right to Dream Park
Right to Dream Park, historically known as Farum Park, is a football stadium, located in Farum, Denmark, and is the home ground of FC Nordsjælland. It has a capacity of 10,300 of which 9,800 are seated. Farum Park is the first stadium in the Danish Superliga with an artificial turf, installed in 2012. The grass is from Limonta Sport - a leading company in the production and distribution of synthetic grass for sports. Farum Park is a modern stadium with LED-banners, a hotel with 35 rooms and a fitness center.
|Capacity||10,300 (9,800 seats)|
|Record attendance||10,300 (Nordsjælland vs. Horsens, 2012)|
|Field size||105 x 68 m|
|Architect||Gert Andersen ApS|
|Structural engineer||Jørgen Wessberg A/S|
|General contractor||Hoffmann A/S|
|Nordsjælland (Danish Superliga) (2003–present)|
Farum Boldklub (1999–present)
Denmark under-21 national team (2002–2006)
Mermaid Bowl (?-2011)
UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship (2002)
Farum Park was renamed Right to Dream Park in 2016 as a tribute to the club's partnership with Right to Dream Academy in Ghana.
Right to Dream Park has three times been used as home ground for the Danish female national team. Further it has been venue of several youth and female national matches:
Attendance average for FC Nordsjælland in Right to Dream Park
- "Farum Park renamed Right to Dream Park in Denmark". Retrieved 2016-04-27.
- "Landsholdsdatabasen" (in Danish). Danish Football Association. Retrieved 2010-03-08.