Råsunda Stadium

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Råsunda
Råsunda February 2013 01.jpg
Råsunda Stadium during demolition in February 2013
Full nameRåsunda Fotbollstadion
LocationSolna Municipality, Stockholms län, Sweden
CoordinatesCoordinates: 59°21′45.87″N 17°59′46.71″E / 59.3627417°N 17.9963083°E / 59.3627417; 17.9963083
Built?–1937
Opened17 May 1937
Renovated1985
Expanded1958
Closed2012
Demolished2013
OwnerSwedish Football Association
ArchitectBirger Borgström
Sven Ivar Lind
Capacity36,608[1]
Record attendance52,943
Field dimensions105 x 68 m
TenantsSweden national football team (1937–2012)
AIK (1937–2012)
Råsunda Stadium in June 2009.

Råsunda Stadium (Swedish: Råsunda fotbollsstadion) was a soccer stadium in Solna in Sweden. It was opened in April 1937, and closed down in November 2012, before demolition began in January 2013.

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