|Category||Design being implemented|
|Cost||NOK 720 mln|
|Construction||04.01.2016 - 08.2017|
|Projekt||Lille Frøen AS, Stor-Oslo Eiendom|
Description: Vålerenga Stadion
New stadium in the Valle Hovin district of Oslo was launched as a project by Vålerenga in 2008. After a century of using other grounds, the club began to pursue the ambition of building their own. It wasn’t the first VIF-related stadium scheme, but it seems to be the final one.
Simple single-tiered stands will hold 18,000 people (6,000 standing places). In the future, should demand require it and financial situation enable, expansion in corners will be available, increasing capacity to over 20,000.
The project will be carried out with the help of local authorities who donated the land. Part of it will be sold by the club to generate revenue for stadium construction. Remaining part will hold the stadium, which will also incorporate a secondary school and nursery as part of 20,000 sqm floorspace. After being approved as legal state aid, the project will go ahead in 2015.
Oslo: Vålerenga show their new supporter plaza
Oslo’s biggest club presented their latest news regarding new stadium in Valle Hovin. Supporters will have a friendly plaza to spend matchdays and… every day at.
Oslo: Unclear future of Norway’s national stadium
Starting this summer Oslo’s famous Ullevål stadium will no longer host league games, following relocation from Vålerenga. Future calendar is almost empty…
Oslo: Vålerenga asks fans about stadium choices
Construction is advancing very fast, but there are still some decisions left to make. And supporters are encouraged to give their feedback on seats, colours and commercial offer within the new stadium.
New construction: Vålerenga to play there in a year
Looking at it now you may not believe it, but this stadium will be opened this time next year, giving Oslo’s Vålerenga a home they’ve been campaigning for since 2008.
Oslo: New stadium for Vålerenga to break ground in January
Groundbreaking on the site of Oslo’s planned new stadium is planned for January 4. The biggest club-owned stadium of the Norwegian capital should be ready by August, 2017.
New design: Vålerenga ready to break ground!
Their patience has been rewarded. Oslo’s Vålerenga is now just over a month away from mounting the cornerstone under their new stadium. After 103 years!