- Address: Per Henrik Lings Allé 2, Copenhagen
- Country: Denmark
- Capacity: 38,000
- Opened: 25 May 1911
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: FC København (football)
Extra stadium info – Parken
The stadium, which has a retractable roof, was named Telia Parken between 2014 and 2020. The national football team of Denmark played numerous home games at the venue. They played their first-ever FIFA World Cup match in the United Mexican States on 4 June 1986. Denmark won the game against Scotland in front of 18,000 fans. In 2011, the stadium hosted a handball match with 36,000 people in attendance, which became a record attendance for a handball match. Several years later, the record was broken in Germany.
The European championship for national football teams
In 2021, the stadium hosted four matches for the European championship for national football teams. It hosted games for Belgium, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, Russia and Spain during the tournament. On 12 June 2021, the national football team of Denmark defeated Russia at the venue. The Danish football player Christian Dannemann Eriksen suffered a cardiac arrest during the 43rd minute of the game, causing him to collapse. Eriksen, who was under contract with the famous Italian club Internazionale at the time, was sent to a nearby hospital where he recovered.
Football Club København use the stadium for home games. The football club was founded in 1992. They became the first Danish sports club with 100,000 followers on its main social media page. In 2013, FC København became one of the first Danish football clubs with 10 top-flight league titles. They drew an average home attendance of 15,000 in that domestic league season. Brøndby IF, the second Danish football club with 10 top-flight league titles, are known as the arch-rivals of FC København.