• Stabæk Fotball ( soccer)
  • IL Tyrving ( athletics)
  • Norwegian Athletics Championships in 1966, 1985
  • Athletics European Cup B finals 2000
  • Final of the Norwegian Bandy Championship 1970

The Nadderud Stadium (Norwegian Nadderud stadion) is a football stadium with track and field facility in Nadderud in the Norwegian municipality Bærum. It was until 2008 and again since 2012 the home of the football club Stabæk Fotball. It was also the venue of the football club Bærum SK.


The stadium was opened in 1961. The attendance record dates back to 1970. On August 30 of the year approximately 10,000 spectators visited the cup game between Stabæk Fotball and Strømsgodset IF. 1996 extended the new grandstand with 2,900 seats the capacity. Today, the Nadderud Stadium has a capacity of 7,000 spectators. Up to and including the 2008 season of Stabæk carried out IF its home games in Nadderud Stadium. 2009, the Club moved to the newly built Telenor Arena, but returned in 2012 because of the high rent again in the Nadderud Stadium back.

The stadium hosted the Norwegian Athletics Championships in 1966 and 1985. During 2000, the Athletics European Cup B finals made ​​at the stadium station. Furthermore, it was the Norwegian Bandy Championship 1970 decided with the final on 22 May of the year between Stabæk Bandy and Strømsgodset IF Bandy (1:3).