Zinkensdamms IP

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Zinkensdamms idrottsplats
Location Stockholm, Sweden
Owner City of Stockholm
Capacity Bandy: 6,500
Opened18 May 1937 (1937-05-18)
Hammarby IF (bandy)
Reymersholms IK (association football)
Stockholm Mean Machines (American football)

Zinkensdamms idrottsplats, usually Zinkensdamms IP or colloquially Zinken or Zinkens, is a sports ground in Södermalm in central Stockholm, Sweden.

The ground was designed by architect Paul Hedqvist [1] and was inaugurated on 18 May 1937 with a football game between Reymersholms IK and Djurgårdens IF. [2]

Nowadays, it is mainly known for bandy, because Hammarby IF, playing in the highest bandy league in Sweden (Elitserien), use it as its home ground. The ice can be artificially frozen since 1986. [3] It is also used as the home ground for association football team Reymersholms IK and American football team Stockholm Mean Machines. Matches were played at the 1997 European Lacrosse Championships.

Zinkendamms IP in February 2012 Zinkensdamms IP February 2012.jpg
Zinkendamms IP in February 2012
Bandy match between Djurgarden and Gustavsberg Zinkensdamms IP corner situation01.jpg
Bandy match between Djurgården and Gustavsberg

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  1. KulturNav: Paul Hedqvist retrieved 7 March 2014
  2. Björn Persson (2012). "Idrottsanläggningar i Stockholm - en historisk exposé" (PDF). City of Stockholm . Retrieved 7 March 2014.
  3. VSK Forum retrieved 7 March 2014
Events and tenants
Preceded by
Trudovye Rezervy Stadium
Bandy World Championship
Final Venue

Succeeded by
Khimik Stadium

Coordinates: 59°18′56″N18°03′00″E / 59.31556°N 18.05000°E / 59.31556; 18.05000