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Ullevaal Stadion Photo: VisitOSLO/Rod Costa Ullevaal Stadion Photo: Fotballmuseet UBC
Ullevaal Stadion Photo: VisitOSLO/Rod Costa
Ullevaal Stadion Photo: Fotballmuseet UBC

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Ullevaal Stadion is Norway's national football (soccer) stadium. It was opened by King Olav V on 26 September 1926.

The Norwegian national men's team and Vålerenga football play their home games at the stadium, which has over 25,000 seats. The stadium is also used for concerts in summer

Many of the Norwegian sports associations have their offices here, and the Norwegian Football Museum is found on ground level.

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Ullevaal Stadion - Photo: VisitOSLO/Rod Costa

Ullevaal Stadion

Ullevaal Stadion is Norway's national football (soccer) stadium. It was opened by King Olav V on 26 September 1926. The Norwegian national men's tea...

Ullevaal Stadion

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