EWII Park (Odense Stadion)

Capacity15 761
13,963 (Seats)
51 (Press seats)
Country Denmark
ClubsOdense Boldklub
Other names Fionia Park (2005-2010), TRE-FOR Park (2010-2016)
Floodlights 1530 lux
Inauguration 1941
Renovations 1997, 2005
Record attendance 15,486 (OB Odense - FC København, 13/05/2009)
Design Gert Andersson (1996)
Address Højstrupvej 7B, 5200 Odense, Denmark


EWII Park – stadium description

The football stadium in western Odense lies in the city’s largest sports complex, accompanied by an athletics stadium and an indoor arena. It was built initially in 1941, but the form we know dates back to 1996-1997, when it was revamped along the design by Gert Andersson.

Basic changes include expanding the 10 rows of sunken bowl with additional upper sections on each side. The newly-added parts received a roof, though the old structure remains uncovered.

Perhaps most fascinating is the main grandstand, which was bought by OB Odense from the municipality in 2004. It was then expanded at the club’s expense to better accommodate the corporate clients who bring more matchday revenue than other spectators. Thanks to the 2004-2005 works the stadium remains one of Denmark’s best and has still enough room to grow further in the future.



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