Studenternas IP

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Studenternas IP
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Photo from July 2019. Football game played during the rebuilding of Studenternas.
Studenternas IP
Full nameStudenternas idrottsplats
Location Uppsala, Sweden
Owner Uppsala Municipality
Operator Uppsala Municipality
Capacity 10,000 (2020)
Record attendance25,560
SurfaceArtificial grass (since 2019) and ice.
Construction
Built1908–1909
Opened21 March 1909
Rebuilt2017–2020

Studenternas IP is a multi-use stadium in Uppsala, Sweden and the home arena for the football clubs IK Sirius Fotboll [1] and Dalkurd FF on the men's side and IK Uppsala Fotboll on the women's and in bandy for IK Sirius in Elitserien and several other bandy teams. [2] It was inaugurated on 21 March 1909. [3]

The summer arena has a total capacity of 10,000 spectators and the winter arena 4,700. [4] The bandy finals were played here from 1991 until 2012. Starting in 2018, the finals are once again played at Studenternas. [5] The arena has a much bigger capacity during that weekend, for example 25,560 spectators saw the 2010 men's final. The summer arena underwent a major upgrade between 2017 and 2020. [6] The "new Studenternas" has a capacity of 10,000 spectators.

The former main stand of the football section of Studenternas IP. It was demolished in 2018 to make place for the new stadium. Studenternas IP Main Stand.jpg
The former main stand of the football section of Studenternas IP. It was demolished in 2018 to make place for the new stadium.
The former entrance to the smaller standing section of Studenternas IP. It was demolished in 2017. Studenternas IP Entrance.jpg
The former entrance to the smaller standing section of Studenternas IP. It was demolished in 2017.
The winter part of the arena after Hammarby IF Bandy won their first national bandy title. Bandyfinal2010 hammarby celebration.jpg
The winter part of the arena after Hammarby IF Bandy won their first national bandy title.

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References

  1. Studenternas - Sirius Fotboll
  2. Uppsala kommun - Studenternas IP
  3. "För besökare" (in Swedish). Uppsala Municipality. Retrieved 11 January 2021.
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  6. Wikström, Håkan (8 June 2016). "Bildextra: Här är nya Studenternas". SVT Nyheter.

Coordinates: 59°50′58″N17°38′43″E / 59.84958°N 17.64532°E / 59.84958; 17.64532