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Bislett Stadion is one of the most renowned stadiums in Norway. With a distinction of being one among the Top 20 sports venues of the 20th Century, the stadium plays host to a variety of sporting events. Soccer is a primary sport event apart from skating, tennis, and other such sports. The seating capacity of the venue is 15,400.
The Vallhall Arena is located in the Valle-Hovin area of the city, just off the E6. This indoor arena is one of the biggest in the country, and the biggest yet in Oslo, and is the premier destination for association football or soccer matches. During matches and games, the arena can accommodate about 5500, and features an artificial turf. Besides soccer, this multi-purpose arena also plays host to major concerts, and is able to accommodate about 31,000 attendees. See the website or call to know more.
Located in the plush neighborhood of Bærum, Telenor Arena was formerly known as Fornebu arena, or Blue Dream Arena, until the telecommunication Telenor bought the naming rights. The arena presently acts as the home of Norway's popular club, Stabk. This stadium has a roof, making it an all-weather venue! In addition to the main playing field, there are also a number of restaurants and retails spaces. Concerts and festivals are held here on non-match days when the capacity can expand to accommodate to 23,000 spectators.
Holmenkollen National Arena is a dream come true for all those who love to ski. Tucked away in the scenic hills of Holmenkollen, this venue lies at the base of the Holmenkollen ski jump hill. The jump and the surrounding arena can easily accommodate a crowd of 50,000 during events. This arena has hosted a wide range of cross country skiing, biathlons, rifle shooting, and ski jumping to crowds of fans from all over the world. While here, visit the popular Ski Museum and walk away amazed by the sheer beauty of the sport. The arena, with its scenic location and stunning range of events, attracts hordes of visitors annually.