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Ullevaal Stadion: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

Ullevaal Stadium is the national stadium of Norway, and home to the Norwegian national team and the venue of the Norwegian Cup final.


Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

Ullevaal Stadium is Norway's national stadium and the home of the Norwegian national team. As of now, no club is currently playing there, but it has been the home of VÃ¥lerenga and Lyn in the past. FK Lyn was the initiator of the Ullevaal Stadion project. A limited company was formed in 1925 in which Lyn and the municipality of Oslo were both participants, and this company was responsible for financing the stadium.

The Ullevaal Stadion officially opened on 26 September 1926 with a match between Lyn and Swedish side Örgryte. At that time, the stadium was bowl-shaped, had a running track, and could hold about 35,000 people.

The stadium recorded its highest attendance in 1935 when 35,495 people attended a friendly international between Norway and Sweden.

In 1945, the Norwegian Football Association (NFF) took over the shares of the local municipality and began staging cup finals at the venue. In 1960, the NFF became majority shareholder and started planning to turn Ullevaal into a national stadium.

A new South Stand was built in 1967, and soon after the National Football Foundation moved its offices to the stadium. Further developments were however not made until the 1980s.

The plans for the almost complete rebuilding of Ullevaal Stadium were presented in the mid 1980s. The new West Stand opened in 1985 and four years later the North and East Stand got demolished and replaced with new two-tier stands. At the same time, the running track was removed making Ullevaal a proper football stadium.

The redevelopment was completed in 1998 with the construction of a new stand.

At that time, Ullevaal Stadion was the only home of FK Lyn; however, in 2000, VÃ¥lerenga moved into Bislett Stadion because it could not meet the league standards.

Over the years, the two shareholders Lyn and the National Football Federation (NFF) were regularly involved in conflicts over the stadium. In the early 2000s, Lyn were gradually forced to sell part of their shareholding to the NFF to pay off their heavy debts, and in 2007, the NFF obtained full ownership.

After Lyn decided to move out of Ullevaal in 2009 and into the renovated Bislett Stadion, Valerenga moved out in 2017 to the newly built Intility Arena.

How to get to Ullevaal Stadion

Ullevaal Stadium is located in the north of Oslo, about 4 kilometers from its city center and a little more from its central rail station. The Ullevaal Stadium lies close to ring road 3 (Ring 3). The exit is easily identifiable from Ring 3.

Public transport can easily get you to the stadium. Line 3, 4, and 5 can all be taken from Oslo's city centre or central station. Take line 3 in the direction of Sognsvann, or line 4 or 5 in the direction of Ringen. Get off at stop Ullevaal Stadion. The journey takes 10 minutes.

Address: Sognsveien 75 A, 0855 Oslo

Ullevaal stadium tours

The Norwegian football museum is open Monday to Friday from 10:00 am to 3:30 pm and on Saturday from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm. The Oslo Football Museum offers guided stadium tours that run every 45 minutes. The entrance cost NOK 90.00, but is free with an Oslo pass.

For more information call +47 23 00 83 07 or email [email protected]

Useful Internet links is the official website of Ullevaal provides information about offers maps, timetables, and a journey planner for visiting Oslo T-Bane. Photo credits: Kjetil Ree

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