Ullevaal Stadion (Oslo): With a capacity of 28,000, Ullevaal Stadion is a significant venue for the Norway national football team. The stadium’s rich history and modern facilities make it a cornerstone of Norwegian football.
Lerkendal Stadion (Trondheim): Home to Rosenborg in the Eliteserien, Lerkendal Stadion boasts a capacity of 21,405. It is renowned for its vibrant matchday atmosphere and the club’s storied history within Norwegian football.
Brann Stadion (Bergen): With a capacity of 16,750, Brann Stadion serves as a vibrant home ground for the Brann football club in the Eliteserien. The stadium’s spirited ambiance and the team’s performances contribute to the excitement of the local football scene in Bergen.
Kristiansand Stadion (Kristiansand): Kristiansand Stadion, with a capacity of 16,600, hosts Donn in the 3. divisjon. The stadium’s role in fostering local talent and its contributions to the football culture in Kristiansand are invaluable.
Intility Arena (Oslo): Intility Arena in Oslo has a seating capacity of 16,550 and serves as a crucial venue for Vålerenga in both the Eliteserien and the Toppserien. The stadium’s modern amenities and the club’s dynamic performances have solidified its position in the heart of Norwegian football.
Viking Stadion (Stavanger): Viking Stadion in Stavanger, with a capacity of 16,300, is an essential sporting venue for the Viking football club in the Eliteserien. The stadium’s role in nurturing local talent and its contributions to the region’s football legacy are significant.
Bislett Stadion (Oslo): Bislett Stadion, with a seating capacity of 15,400, is the home ground for Lyn in the 3. divisjon. The stadium’s vibrant atmosphere and the team’s dedicated performances contribute to the energy of Oslo’s local football scene.
Fana Stadion (Bergen): Fana Stadion in Bergen, with a capacity of 15,000, serves as a vital venue for Fana in the 3. divisjon. The stadium’s role in fostering local talent and its contributions to the football culture in Bergen are invaluable.
Molde Idrettspark (Molde): With a seating capacity of 15,000, Molde Idrettspark hosts Træff in the 3. divisjon. The stadium’s dedication to community engagement and its role in promoting grassroots football are integral to the local sports scene.
Sør Arena (Kristiansand): Sør Arena in Kristiansand, with a capacity of 14,448, is the home ground for Start. The stadium’s contributions to the city’s footballi culture and its nurturing of local sports talent are essential to the region’s sporting identity.