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Old March 22nd, 2006, 04:43 PM   #61
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Apparently Parken is still involved with the small multiarena project on østerbro. Acording to Cultural Mayor Martin Geertsen the talks are progressing and they hope to have a finiched project, to present to the citycouncil, sometime before the summer brake. The estimated price for the 5000 seat multiarene wich will host handball, icehockey, and indoor athletics aswell as fitness center and some offices, is expected to be at around 150 million DKK (20 million euros) The city is expected to pay 7.5 million euros and PS&E around 12.5 million euros.

The will hopefully have no effect on the planed multiarena in Ørestaden.

Since this thread is turning into more of a news thread, perhaps we should get someone to move it to the skybar?
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Old April 4th, 2006, 11:41 AM   #62
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Old April 6th, 2006, 08:12 PM   #63
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DBU and PARKEN has now officially applied to host the 2009 UEFA cup final. UEFA wanted DBU to apply for the final in 2008, but because of renovation they could not.

DBU is also considdering applying to host the U21 euro cup in 2009...

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Old April 6th, 2006, 11:17 PM   #64
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Though i dont know if Parken will be involved in that...
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Old April 12th, 2007, 11:54 AM   #65
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Well, as you may have heard, Parken has now been given the go ahead to build a small multiarena next to Parken, at the current location of Østerbro Skøjtehal.

Also included in the deal is the demolition and re-building of he current coca cola stand, the old stand from the 1950'ies. The renovation will start in November 2007 and is expected to last untill March/April 2009...

Also included is a small renovation of the old Østerbro Stadion, to make it useble for football again...This will happen in time for the 2009 world out games.
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Old April 12th, 2007, 12:18 PM   #66
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Sør Stadion, Start's new home arena, will open this sunday, when they meet Viking in the second round in Eliteserien. All 14.563 seats are sold out. Heia Start!!!!
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Old April 12th, 2007, 01:07 PM   #67
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Wow, Norway really is the S&B king of football stadiums! I hope the other countries will catch up soon.
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Old April 12th, 2007, 01:29 PM   #68
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I think the next project in Denmark has got to be either FC Midtjylland who regulaly sells 85-100% of their seats or AGF, asuming their numbers last and they return to the superleague...
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Old April 12th, 2007, 02:42 PM   #69
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Horsens already started with their new stadium I think...
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Old April 12th, 2007, 03:10 PM   #70
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/\ Both Horsens and Vejle are building as we speak.

@ cphdude: FCM "only" has an average of 75 % of the full capacity (8.954 out of 11.809), and I doubt there will be an expansion before every game is sold out. It's still amazing though, considdering that FCM had an average of just 3.549 in the 00/01 season, which was the first in the SAS League.

@ NorthStar77: Doesn't the stadium look a lot like the one in Molde? From the inside atleast.

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Old April 12th, 2007, 04:24 PM   #71
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^yeah, it does remind me of it. iirc it's designed by the same architects.

Here are some more photos


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Old April 12th, 2007, 05:35 PM   #72
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/\ Both Horsens and Vejle are building as we speak.
Ah, I didnt know that they had already started. But I ment after the once already planed, or heard about. But they are further ahead then I imagened,



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@ cphdude: FCM "only" has an average of 75 % of the full capacity (8.954 out of 11.809), and I doubt there will be an expansion before every game is sold out. It's still amazing though, considdering that FCM had an average of just 3.549 in the 00/01 season, which was the first in the SAS League.
Okay, I actually thought it was higher. Still, I think it will keep growing. Dispite a few hick ups, I like the management team and I think they will get better and better. The gold stays over here in the capital this year I think, but if they can stay in the top 3-4 there is always the uefa, which is also a lot more interesting I think. And that could be good for them. Anyways, it takes a while for a stadium renovation.

But I think Messecenter Herning is always looking for a new way to further their business, and FCM needs something to spend their new money on. And this is not the first time they have talked about this...

So I believe it is going to happen. But as I said, in adition to those already planed....
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Start's new stadium looks really nice from the outside!...
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from the inside too, I think. I like it a lot...
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Finland and Sweden r far behind when it comes to stadiums in Norway... DK has some pretty nice ones too but Norway takes the cake. Parken is still the coolest though and Finnair Stadium in Helsinki has the coolest design. The Veritas Stadium in Turku has heated seats which is pretty nice! It's pretty small though, only 10,000 but there are expansion plans and it'll probably grow to be quite big 20-30,000.



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We don't have any really big stadiums though, and the turf on Ullevål is usually in bad condition.
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Finland and Sweden r far behind when it comes to stadiums in Norway... DK has some pretty nice ones too but Norway takes the cake. Parken is still the coolest though and Finnair Stadium in Helsinki has the coolest design. The Veritas Stadium in Turku has heated seats which is pretty nice! It's pretty small though, only 10,000 but there are expansion plans and it'll probably grow to be quite big 20-30,000.



It's really sad that Parken is the best stadium in nothern europe - cause it's really not a good stadium compared to what you'll find in the rest of europe...
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It's really sad that Parken is the best stadium in nothern europe - cause it's really not a good stadium compared to what you'll find in the rest of europe...
true but our stadiums are pathetic... no big projects in Finland... at least the situation is slightly better in Denmark due to higher popularity but I doubt we'll have better stadiums until 2015.

sad that the Nordic bid didn't win for the Euro champs next yr. This would of improved the stadium situation.
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I must say I love the look of Finnair Stadium. The roof is sooooo nice.
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I must say I love the look of Finnair Stadium. The roof is sooooo nice.


The Finnair Stadium (just under 15,000) and the 40,000 Olympic Stadium.








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