Malmö Stadion

Malmö Stadion

Frequently referred to simply as Stadion, Malmö Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium. It was home ground for Malmö FF until 2009, when the team moved to the brand new Swedbank Stadion. As well as football, the venue has been used to host concerts for artist, including Ozzy Osbourne, The Eagles and Rod Stewart. Planned to be replaced with a swimming pool, the stadium is set to be demolished.

Malmö Stadion hosted four matches in the FIFA World Cup 1982 finals. Three of the fixtures were Group 1 ties, including the group play-off. The other game was the quarter-final between West Germany and Yugoslavia.

Location: Malmö

Capacity: 30,000

Construction: Opened 1958, Approved for demolition 2015

Matches: West Germany 3 : 1 Argentina (June 8), West Germany 2 : 2 Northern Ireland (June 15), Group 1 play-off - Northern Ireland 2 : 1 Czechoslovakia (June 17), quarter-final - West Germany 1 : 0 Yugoslavia

World Cup 1958 Venues : Rasunda Stadium, Ullevi Stadium, Malmo Stadion, Olympia, Tunavallen, Idrottsparken, Jernvallen, Rimnersvallen, Ryavallen, Orjans Vall, Eyravallen and Arosvallen.