|10 800 (Standing places)|
|44 (Press seats)|
|Record attendance||19 783 (Halmstads BK-Djurgårdens IF, 1955)|
Sweden: Police brutality is no foul play?
Football safety is usually associated with hooliganism. But what happens when the supporter does nothing criminal and yet gets beaten up? In Sweden – nothing. As if it was part of the matchday experience.
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.
Sweden: Pyrotechnics may soon be legal?
Under what conditions, which materials? That’s unclear until late March, but national coordinator for sports-related violence says he can see support for a solution to be found. Fotbollskanalen.se report.