Aker Stadion is the club's football stadium of the Norwegian Association Molde FK. The city of Molde is the Fylke More og Romsdal region Vestlandet. The venue offers fans today 11,800 covered seats, of which 10,100 seats, and is located only a few minutes from the city center. The total cost of construction amounted to NOK 212 million (approx. € 26 million). Was financed by the arena, as a gift for the city, to a large extent by businessmen and entrepreneurs Kjell Inge Røkke and Bjørn Rune Gjelsten; two of the richest men in Norway.


The April 18, 1998 with the League Molde FK against Lillestrøm SK ( 4-0) inaugurated arena replaced the old Molde Idrettspark. At that time, it had the name Nye Molde Stadion ( German New Molde stadium). On 3 May 2006, the Norwegian company Aker Solutions, whose chief financier Kjell Inge Røkke is bought the naming rights. The sports complex also bears the nickname Røkke Lokka. In 1999, designed by architect Kjell Kosberg sports facility was nominated for architecture award FIABCI Prix d' Excellence and won in the same year the Norwegian City Award.


Include, inter alia, the facilities of the stadium:

Since October 1997 there is a play area with soil heating from a natural grass reinforced with 20 million artificial grass fibers. The artificial fibers are inserted into the bottom 20 centimeters. The grass roots with the synthetic fibers and makes the surface more resistant lawn. Located adjacent to the stadium is the Seilet Rica Hotel, the tallest building in Molde and also designed by Kjell Kosberg.


On 27 May 1998, the Aker Stadium scene of a friendly match of the Norwegian men 's national soccer team was.

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