Brøndby Stadion (Vilfort Park)
|10 400 (Standing places)|
|785 (VIP seats)|
|152 (Press seats)|
|Record attendance||31 508 (Brøndby IF - FC Copenhagen, 2003)|
|Address||Brøndby Stadion 30 DK - 2605 BRØNDBY|
COVID-19 crisis: Further countries opening stadia
Serbia, New Zealand, Denmark, Poland – these countries are being joined by USA, France, Austria and more. Here are some updates on the COVID-19 front with regard to matchday attendance.
Denmark: First tifo using 'cold' pyrotechnics
Usually when flares set the south stand alight in Brøndby, it means fines for the club. But not this time, despite supporters having lit hundreds of flares. Why? These were the safe, legal pyrotechnics created here in Brøndby.
Pyrotechnics: Denmark to see “safe flares” this year?
There’s progress in Brøndby’s effort to introduce pyrotechnics that would be both safe and visually impressive. Perhaps during the 2017/18 season we could see them used officially.
Pyrotechnics: Brøndby a step from creating “safe flares”
Instead of simply banning them outright, Danish football club works with fans to develop safe and perfectly legal flares for stadium use. And their results are very promising.
10+ Ranking 2015: Attendances in Europe (Part 2. The Clubs)
Borussia, Barca and Man United – lovely dominant trio. But it wasn’t them who gained most fans last season. Check all 217 clubs that draw an average crowd of 10,000+!