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Stadion (Greek , Latin ''stadium'', nominative plural ''stadia'' in both Greek and Latin) may refer to: read more

Aker Stadion

Aker Stadion, formerly known as Molde Stadion, is a football stadium located at footballReknes in footballReknesMolde , Norway, and is the home of footballReknesMoldeNorwegian Premier League club Molde . The stadium has a capacity of 11,800 spectators.The building was designed by architect MoldeKjell Kosberg . It cost , most of which was paid for by club-owner MoldeKjell KosbergKjell Inge Røkke —after whom the ground has been nicknamed "Røkkeløkka". The main construction work... read more

Stadion Oosterpark

Oosterpark Stadion () was the stadium of football club footballFC Groningen until December 2005. The all-seater stadium in Groningen's Oosterpark neighbourhood was inaugurated on September 30, 1933, and renovated in 1960, 1984 and 1987/88. The stadium has been replaced by the new, larger footballFC GroningenEuroborg stadium, and the ground it occupied is being redeveloped.The stadium's peak capacity was 22,000 spectators (in 1985). At the time of the demolition, the capacity was 11,224.Clubs... read more

Ullevaal Stadion

Ullevaal Stadion () is an all-seater football footballstadium located in footballstadiumOslo , footballstadiumOsloNorway . It is the home ground of Vålerenga IF and the Vålerenga IFNorway national football team , and the site of the Norwegian Cup Final . From its opening in 1926 to 2009 it was the home ground of Norwegian Cup FinalFK Lyn . With a capacity of approximately 28,000, it is the largest football stadium in Norway. The Norwegian Cup FinalFK Lynnational stadium is fully... read more

Rheinpark Stadion

The Rheinpark Stadion in Vaduz is the national Vaduzstadium of VaduzstadiumLiechtenstein . It plays host to the home matches of the VaduzstadiumLiechtensteinLiechtenstein national football team , and is also the home of VaduzstadiumLiechtensteinLiechtenstein national football teamLiechtenstein 's top VaduzstadiumLiechtensteinLiechtenstein national football teamLiechtensteinfootball club , VaduzstadiumLiechtensteinLiechtenstein national football teamLiechtensteinfootball clubFC Vaduz .The... read more

Brann Stadion

The Brann Stadion is a football stadium in Bergen , BergenNorway . It was constructed in 1919, and has been the home of the football club Brann ever since. The stadium lies south of the centre of the city, at the foot of Mount Ulriken .The record attendance dates from 1 October 1961, when Brann hosted Fredrikstad in the cup semi-final , in front of 24,800 spectators. Though its league attendance record is 23,900, from 1978 , when they hosted Lillestrøm . Brann Stadion has, per. 2009,... read more

Lyngby Stadion

Lyngby Stadion is a combined football and athletics athleticsstadium in athleticsstadiumKongens Lyngby , athleticsstadiumKongens LyngbyDenmark . It is owned by the municipality of athleticsstadiumKongens LyngbyDenmarkLyngby-Taarbæk . It is the home of the football club athleticsstadiumKongens LyngbyDenmarkLyngby-TaarbækLyngby Boldklub , and athleticsstadiumKongens LyngbyDenmarkLyngby-TaarbækLyngby BoldklubTrongårdens IF athletics association. The stadium has a capacity of approximately... read more

Stadion Galgenwaard

Stadion Galgenwaard () is a football stadium in Aerial view of Stadion GalgenwaardUtrecht that has been the home of the football club Aerial view of Stadion GalgenwaardUtrechtFC Utrecht since 1970. The stadium, which underwent a renovation starting at the beginning of the 21st century, has a capacity of 23,750 spectators.The New Galgenwaard Stadium was opened in 1982. At the time it was one of the most modern stadiums in the world, especially due to the moat around the pitch. After twenty years... read more

Aspmyra Stadion

Aspmyra Stadion is a football stadium in Bodø , BodøNorway . Home of Bodø/Glimt and Grand Bodø , it holds a capacity for 7,354 spectators. The venue has three stands: a modern all-seater with roof, 100 club seats and 15 club seatsluxury box es to the south, an unroofed all-seater to the east and an older club seatsluxury boxgrandstand with mixed sitting and standing to the north. The venue has floodlights and floodlightsartificial turf with floodlightsartificial turfunder-soil... read more

Philips Stadion

The Philips Stadion () is a football footballstadium in footballstadiumEindhoven , footballstadiumEindhovenNetherlands , and it is the home of PSV (Philips Sport Vereniging), also known as footballstadiumEindhovenNetherlandsPSV Eindhoven . With a capacity of 35,000, it is the third-largest football stadium in the country. Established as the Philips Sportpark, it was constructed as a sports field for footballstadiumEindhovenNetherlandsPSV EindhovenPhilips employees in 1910. The Philips Elftal... read more

Nexø Stadion

Nexø Stadion is the home ground of the Danish football club NB Bornholm.Category:Buildings and structures in Bornholm read more

Stadion Krčagovo

Stadion Krčagovo is a multi-use stadium in Užice, Serbia. It is the home ground of FK Jedinstvo Putevi. The stadium has a capacity of 1,500 spectators.==External links==Category:Multi-purpose stadiums in Serbia read more

Stadion Selters

Stadion Selters is a multi-use stadium in Mladenovac, Serbia. It is the home ground of OFK Mladenovac. The stadium has a capacity of 4,000 spectators.==External links==Category:Multi-purpose stadiums in Serbia read more

Stadion Essen

Stadion Essen, is a stadium in Essen, Germany. It has a capacity of 20,650 spectators.http://www.worldstadiums.com/stadium_pictures/europe/germany/nordrhein_westfalen/essen_stadion.shtml It is the home of Rot-Weiss Essen and SGS Essen and replaced Georg-Melches-Stadion.==References==Category:Sports venues completed in 2012Category:Sports venues in North Rhine-Westphalia read more

Stadion Bogovinje

Stadium Bogovinje is a multi-purpose stadium in the village Bogovinje near Tetovo, Macedonia. It is used mostly for football matches and is currently the home stadium of FK Drita. The stadium holds 2,500 people.http://www.soccerfame.com/team/drita-bogovinje/stadium==References==Category:Football venues in the Republic of Macedonia read more


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