Sarpsborg Stadion is a multi-functional sports venue located in the fifth largest Urban area in Norway, Sarpsborg. Although the 4,700 capacity stadium is regularly used by Tippeligaen team Sarpsborg 08 FF, it is also associated with Athletics events having previously hosted two events in 1954 and 1960.
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A more detailed history section will be added in due course.
Below is a seating plan of Sarpsborg 08's Sarpsborg Stadion:
Sarpsborg Stadion is comprised of four stands: North, East, South and West.
Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium.
The Matchday Experience
Away fans (Bortesupportere) are housed within sections G and F as per the above seating plan. Uncovered, the visiting supporters watch the game from behind the south-western goal end.
Official merchandise of Sarpsborg 08 can be purchased online from the official webstore which is essentially the club shop.
We’d be very surprised if any guided tours are available of Sarpsborg Stadion however we would be happy to be proven wrong.
Tickets to see Sarpsborg 08 FF play at home can either be purchased online from the official website or at the stadium’s ticket booths which open 2 hours before kick-off on matchdays.
- Main tribune A1 and A2: 250 kr
- Main tribune A2 and B2: 200 kr
- Family stand (Uncovered): 100 kr
- Field D stand-covered: 150 kr
- Field E seats under roof: 200 kr
Sarpsborg Stadion is located less than 1.5 miles from the small urban centre within the district of Enenda.
The stadium’s address for satnav is as follows:
- Haftor Jonssons gate 19, 1725 Sarpsborg, Norway
There doesn’t appear to be any parking on-site at the ground which means you may have to park centrally and then walk to the stadium.
Sarpborg Railway Station is centrally located within the Fritznerbakken area of the city. It has hourly services by Norwegian State Railways to Oslo and Halden amongst other stations en-route.
Airports and Flying
The closest major airport to Sarpsborg is Moss Airport which is located in Rygge some 30km north-west along the E6 motorway. Fairly close to Norway’s Capital city, Oslo, it is a hub for low cost airlines such as Ryan Air.
There aren’t too many places to stay within Sarpsborg with the three main accommodation choices appearing to be Scandic Hotel, Hotel 1016 Olav Digre and Sarpsborg Vandrerhjem.