Østerbro Stadium


Østerbro Stadium is a combined football and athletics stadium in Copenhagen, Denmark. It is the home of the football clubs Boldklubben af 1893 and BK Skjold and it is also the home stadium of the athletics clubs Københavns Idræts Forening and Sparta. It has a capacity of approximately 7,000. The stadium is currently being renovated, to meet the demands from the Danish Football Association. The field will be made both longer and wider and a new track will be laid for track and field. The stadium was used for the 2009 World Outgames.[1]


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Categories: Boldklubben af 1893 | Athletics (track and field) venues in Denmark | Football venues in Denmark | Multi-purpose stadiums in Denmark | Sports venues in Copenhagen | Danish sports venue stubs




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