Behrn Arena

  • Örebro SK
  • KIF Örebro ( women's soccer )
  • Football World Cup 1958

The Behrn Arena, formerly Eyravallen, is a pure football stadium in the Swedish town of Örebro. It is the home ground of the Swedish football club Örebro SK ( Fotbollsallsvenskan ) and the women's football first division Karlslunds IF Örebro ( KIF Örebro ).


The stadium was built in 1923 by the football club Örebro SK and was first called Eyravallen. It was formerly also the host of athletics competitions and Bandyspielen ( Örebro SK Bandy ). With the Football World Cup 1958 Eyravallen was on June 15, 1958 the venue for the group match between France and Scotland. In 1974, the stadium was rebuilt, the old General Admission grandstands were torn down and replaced by seating grandstands. Another reconstruction took place in 2002, in which the old, still existing wooden North Stand was replaced.

In 2005 the name was changed from Eyravallen in Behrn Arena after a real estate company called " Behrn Fastigheter " ( Behrn real estate ), the name has purchased with a maturity of at least ten years.


  • The audience capacity now stands at 14,500 people. The stadium currently exist 7,250 seats ( After the conversion of the West Stand 2006/ 07: 8,500 ).
  • The previous attendance record is 20,066 spectators during the match Örebro SK - IF Degerfor on October 8, 1961 and 22,459 in the summer of 2004 at a concert of Gyllene Tider.
  • The turf is made of synthetic turf ( FIFA 2 Star )

Pictures of Behrn Arena