Bolt Arena - HJK Helsinki Stadium Guide

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Last Updated: September 5, 2021

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Bolt Arena or Tella 5G Areena is the home ground of HJK and HIFK, two football teams who are the mainstay of Finnish football.

First opened in 2000, the new purpose built football stadium replaced the former Helsinki Football ground which was famous for hosting preliminary matches of the 1952 Olympics.

HJK Helsinki Stadium Guide

Stadium Facts

Team:HJK Helsinki
Address: Urheilukatu 5, Helsinki, Uusimaa, 00250
Pitch Size:105 m x 68 m
Stadium Owner:City of Helsinki
Operator:Helsinki Stadion Management (HSM)
Stadium Names
Names:Töölö Stadium (English), Töölön jalkapallostadion (Finnish)
Former Names:Helsinki Football Ground (1952), Finnair Stadium (2000-2010), Sonera Stadium (2010-2017), Sonera Stadium (2017-2020)
Construction Details
Broke Ground:1999

HJK Helsinki Info

Full Name:Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi
Rivals:HIFK Fotboll, FC Kiffen 08, Helsingin Palloseura, FC Jokerit, FC Haka
Team Colours:Blue and White
Club Mascot:Frendi
Nicknames:Klubi (The Club)
Famous Players:Valtteri Moren, Lucas Lingman, Markus Halsti
Famous Managers:Keith Armstrong, Antti Muurinen, Mika Lehkosuo, Toni Koskela
Team Owner:Olli-Pekka Lyytikäinen
Team Goalscorer:Juho Mäkelä (80)
Most Appearances:Sebastian Sorsa (357)
Official Website:
Team Wikipedia:

How to get to Bolt Arena

Where is Bolt Arena?

Bolt Arena is located next to the larger Hesinki Olympic Stadium within the wider sports Complex.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who plays at Bolt Arena?

Finnish side HJK Helsinki play their home matches at Bolt Arena.

What is the capacity of Bolt Arena?

As of 2024 Bolt Arena has an official seating capacity of 10,770 for Football matches.

When was Bolt Arena opened?

Bolt Arena officially opened in 2000 and is home to HJK Helsinki

What is the postcode for Bolt Arena?

The postcode for Bolt Arena is 00250.

Are there any Covid restrictions at the stadium?

Covid Restrictions may be in place when you visit Bolt Arena in 2024. Please visit the official website of HJK Helsinki for full information on changes due to the Coronavirus.

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