Odense Stadium

Odense Stadium

Odense Stadium is an association football stadium located in the Bolbro district of Odense, Denmark. Nicknamed Folkets Teater by Jack Johnson, it has been the home ground of Odense Boldklub since the 1940s and has previously hosted select matches for FC Fyn, Boldklubben 1909, Boldklubben 1913 and Odense Boldklub Kvinde Elite during their tenures in the higher ranking leagues. With a current capacity of 15,790, it is the fifth largest football stadium of any football team in Denmark. It is part of the sports complex, known as Odense Sports Park, that is owned by Odense Municipality and run by the company of Odense Idrætspark .The venue was inaugurated in August 1941 as Odense Stadium with major renovations made in the 1990s and 2000s. In recent years, it has been known under several names due to sponsorship arrangements; Fionia Park, TRE-FOR Park, and in October 2016 it was renamed EWII Park, when the naming rights for Odense Boldklub's football matches and events was acquired by EWII, an energy group. In FIFA and UEFA matches, it is known under its original name, Odense Stadium, due to sponsorship restrictions.
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  • Street: Højstrupvej 7B
  • City: Odense
  • Zip: 5000
  • Country: Denmark



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