Our arenas

Avicii Arena

The world’s largest spherical building and a natural part of the capitol’s silhouette. Since 1989, this has been the place for all types of major events making it one of Sweden’s most loved and visited arenas. In May 19th of 2021, the arena was named Avicii Arena.

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Friends Arena

The arena for the great moments where football players write history and world performers create magic. The Swedish National Arena and one of the world’s most modern multi-arenas, hosting the National Football Team for men and AIK Fotboll as our home teams.

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Tele2 Arena

Home ground for two of the Stockholm teams in Sweden’s premier football league, and the no. 1 arena for visiting top artists. Tele2 Arena is an award-winning venue with its sliding roof and transparent facing.

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Södra Teatern

Södra Teatern and Mosebacke are one of Sweden’s most mythical cultural establishments creating genre-defying experiences for all: contemporary culture in the performing arts, concerts, clubs, food and drinks, as well as meetings and events.

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Hovet

One of Sweden’s most legendary arenas was inaugurated already in 1955 – at the time as an open ice-hockey rink called Johanneshovs Isstadion. A roof was added in 1963, and today it has become a popular multi-arena commonly used for hockey games as well as concerts.

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Annexet

As the Avicii Arena was constructed, our smallest arena Annexet was built as a facility primarily accommodating ice-hockey training for local teams from the area. Today it has become a highly flexible, multi-arena in its own right.

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