A modern and sustainable multi-arena
The Tele2 Arena is a modern multi-arena with top class Wi-Fi, 600 digital screens, Stadium Vision technology, transparent facing and a sliding roof that enables year-round activities. The arena is Green Building certified and contains, among other things, solar panels on its roof.
The Tele2 Arena meets all demands of the UEFA and FIFA rulebook for international football. With only six metres from the first row of seats to the sideline, it brings you closer to the action watching your favourite team playing its home games.
Despite its young age, the Tele2 Arena has already been visited by greats such as Avicii, The Rolling Stones, Céline Dion and Pink.
In September 2010, construction started on the arena that was to become 35 metres high, 240 metres long, and 140 to 180 metres wide. Architect: White Arkitekter.
On the 24th of August in 2013, the arena was inaugurated to the sounds of Swedish artists Robyn, Lars Winnerbäck and Kent, each performing exclusive concerts filling the new arena with 39 714 people three nights in a row.
Gold awarded sustainability
Tele2 Arena was the first Swedish arena to be classified Gold by Swedish environmental association Sweden Green Building Council, the highest level of certification available.
Venue of the year
In 2014, the arena won the award for Venue of the Year in the worldwide Stadium Business Awards, beating world-renowned venues like the Madison Square Garden and Wembley.
Approx. 40 000 people, depending on position and layout of the stage.
Approx. 30 000 people.
Pop-icon Madonna holds the record of the arena as she wrote herself into the history books and filled the venue with 40 557 visitors.
Swedish House Mafia, 2019
As the house trio reunited for three concerts, 114 629 people attended the events. Making the return of Axwell, Steve Angello and Sebastian Ingrosso the biggest concert series ever hosted at Tele2 Arena.
European Men’s Handball Championships, 2020
The arena witnessed a true handball fest with the European Championships in 2020. The weekend of the finals brought a new Nordic record of attendance, and the semi-finals between Norway and Croatia is still considered the best match ever played in a championship.
To deafening cheers and a lot of tears, a total of 114 400 people gathered to say goodbye to their favourite band on the final three concerts of their career.