Today Ullevål in Oslo has three stands with two tiers each and one that is significantly lower. This will change with that last one awaiting to grow and match the remaining three, Reuters reports.
Norway’s national stadium and home of Vaalerenga IF will soon go through its last redevelopment phase. Works worth NOK 180 million (€24 million, $32 million) are to be carried out by Veidekke ASA with first ones expected already in October. The stadium should be ready within one year.
Capacity increase won’t be a large one with the stadium receiving just 3,000 seats on the west stand’s new 2nd tier. But infrastructure behind it will be more impressive – 2 floors are to be added to the already 4-floor structure. 5th floor will have 160 office workspaces and the next one a significant VIP zone and conference/banqueting halls.
The new steel structure of the roof is to weigh some 800 tons and will be of the same height as other stand covers.