Swedbank Stadion


Europe, Sweden, Skåne län

Swedbank Stadion, often known simply as Stadion, is a football stadium in Malmö, Sweden and the home of Allsvenskan club Malmö FF. In UEFA competitions the stadium is known as Malmö New Stadium due to sponsorship reasons. The stadium has a league capacity of 24,000 (of which 18,000 are seated and 6,000 standing) or 21,000 as an all-seater in international matches, making it the second largest football club stadium in Sweden behind AIK's Råsunda. The stadium was opened in 2009 and replaced Malmö FF's former stadium Malmö Stadion. The stadium cost 695 million SEK to build. Swedbank Stadion is a UEFA category 4 rated stadium.