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Euro 2025: Race to host the women’s tournament heats up
Four bids are currently in the competition to become the women's Euro 2025 host. Looking at the whole process, at least one trend seems to be emerging: joined bids. Similarly to the competitions to host men’s Euro 2028 or World Cup 2030, that are shaping up, potential organisers are eager to welcome big tournaments but also look for ways to keep the costs down by joining forces.
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…
Norway: Fans a step further in legal pyrotechnics campaign
Once more supporters in Norway got their way as they have direct influence into what kind of pyrotechnics are allowed for stadium use. It takes years of responsibility, though.
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!
Oslo: Vålerenga celebrates, they can build now!
Officials and supporters were ecstatic on Wednesday evening, when the club was granted ownership of the entire plot for their new stadium. This ends years of anticipation and campaigning.
Oslo: New stadium for Vålerenga partly approved
Oslo city council unanimously agreed that the proposed stadium in east Oslo should be built. But decision on whether to transfer land to the club is yet to be reached.
Pyrotechnics: Norway, the promised land?
Last year began with difficult news for Norwegian fans – pyrotechnics were partly banned after two years of legal use. This year it's not the case, Norway remains Europe's most liberal country regarding the use of 'pyro'.
Norway: Pyrotechnics still partially banned
Despite declarations that flares will be allowed inside stands again if no incidents happen until the 5th round of Tippeligaen games, regulations still forbid fans from lighting them. But according to Vålerenga’s website talks are ongoing.
Norway: Stands to be set alight again?
If this weekend's fixtures go without interruptions, supporters will again be granted the chance to legally light pyrotechnics inside their stands. It's also possible that regulations will change permanently. Klanen.no report.
Norway: Pyrotechnics not (entirely) legal again
Behind closed doors, without any contact with supporters, Norwegian football association banned flares from Tippeligaen again, Aftenposten.no reads. No wonder fans aren’t quite happy about it.
Norway: Even more legal pyrotechnics inside stadiums?
One of very few countries with such an understanding for fan culture. But supporters aren’t stopping with what they already have because they still see some regulations as inappropriate. And hope to make it even better next season.
Norway: National stadium awaiting redevelopment
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.