Arena Fyn

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Arena Fyn
View of Arena Fyn
Full name Stadium Arena Fyn
Location Ørbækvej 350, 5220 Odense
Coordinates 55°22′18″N 10°26′56″E / 55.37167°N 10.44889°E / 55.37167; 10.44889Coordinates: 55°22′18″N 10°26′56″E / 55.37167°N 10.44889°E / 55.37167; 10.44889
Capacity 4,000 (sports)
5,500 (concerts)
Built March 2007 (2007-03)
Opened October 6, 2007 (2007-10-06)
Construction cost 90,000,000 Danish kroner
HC Odense (GuldBageren Ligaen)

Arena Fyn (officially: Stadium Arena Fyn) is a sports and concert arena in the southeastern part of the Danish city of Odense. It has an area of 8,500 square metres (91,000 sq ft) and can accommodate 4,000 spectators at sporting events and 5,500 at concerts, where the floor is used.[1]


The agreement about the construction of Arena Fyn was made in autumn 2005 and by March 2007 the arena was finished. The price of building was 90 million Danish kroner.


The Scottish band Travis had a concert in the arena in the October 2007. It is also used for sports, including the Nordea Danish Open. The handball HC Odense (formerly Team Odense GOG) has played their home games in the arena. The Denmark Open has been held in Arena Fyn since 2007.

The sports equipment shop Stadium has sponsored the arena since June 2010.

Arena Fyn will hold the Dansk Melodi Grand Prix, on 8 March 2014, to select Denmark's entry for the Eurovision Song Contest 2014, in Copenhagen.


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2010-11-04. Retrieved 2010-10-01. 

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