|Clubs||Sandvikens IF, Sandvikens AIK|
|Record attendance||20,288 (Sandvikens IF - IFK Norrköping, 1957)|
The initial Jernvallen stadium was built before the WWII outbreak, in 1938. It was among Sweden’s host venues of the 1958 World Cup, but record crowds were reported already a year before the FIFA tournament, at local Sandviken IF game.
The current stadium dates back to 1993 and is a lot smaller than its predecessor. The covered stand holds 700 people, while almost three times more can easily fit onto the grassy slopes on remaining three sides. Record home crowd for the new stadium is 2,700.
Pyrotechnics: Sweden for and against legalisation
If you look at the media discourse, pyrotechnics inside stadiums are a major threat. But if you look at how fans and authorities discuss the issue, legalization may be closer than ever, according to Sydsvenskan.
Pyrotechnics: How will the Swedish debate end?
It's almost a year since Sweden saw its major conference devoted to pyrotechnics at sports games. The debate goes on and seems to be closing to a final. Would this mean legalisation? It's not ruled out for sure.
Pyrotechnics: Swedish police to test flares
As part of building a nationwide strategy for sports events safety, members of the national police are to test various kinds of pyrotechnics at Friends Arena tomorrow. The aim is to establish whether there is a threat for spectators and legalisation of some materials is possible.
New stadiums: Östersunds, Nyköping and Sandviken
Completely wooden terrace or grassy embankments for picnic atmosphere? That’s not the only thing today’s additions have to offer. Welcome to three new Swedish stadia!