• Mjallby AIF

Beach Vallen is a Swedish football stadium in Hällevik. The stadium will host the home matches of Mjallby AIF.


Located close to the Baltic Sea beach Vallen stadium was built in the early 1950s and opened in 1953. After Mjallby AIF took first in the season 1980 in the Allsvenskan, was erected on the opening day at the duel with Kalmar FF with 8,438 spectators the attendance record. In the seasons 1983 and 1985 the team also played first class in the stadium.

2002, a reconstruction of the stadium took place, which now offers 7,500 spectators. The main and bleachers in the east or west of the stadium have since each covered. The grandstand has beige - yellow seats in the club colors of Mjälly AIF, while the opposite side is flatter than standing terrace. The stands on the short sides of the court have uncovered standing. Near the stadium are more sports fields.

After Mjallby AIF prematurely discovered itself promoted in the Allsvenskan in the fall of 2009, began to consider to what extent the stadium needs to be rebuilt as Erstligastadion accordance with the requirements of the Svenska Fotbollförbundet. In addition to short-term adjustments to the association plans with 2014 to be carried out renovation work.