|7895 (Standing places)|
|262 (VIP seats)|
|63 (Press seats)|
The stadium is part of the largest sports complex in Swedish city of Växjö, located west of the centre. Its operation commenced in 1966 and since then the venue retained its elliptical shape with two significant stands, main one to the east (only one covered) and opposite terrace that eventually became partially seated. Behind goals are two smaller terraced sections.
Despite opening of a new football-specific stadium just meters south, this one also remains in use.
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.