Stadion

 
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* Address: Eric Perssons väg 31, Malmö
* Country: Sweden
* Capacity: 24,000
* Opened: 13 April 2009
* Main use: Football
* Tenants: Malmö FF (football)

Extra stadium info – Stadion

The stadium has an all-seated capacity of 21,000 for international football matches. Malmö FF use the venue for home games. They won their first Swedish top-flight football league title in 1944. In 1979, they reached the final of the European championship for football clubs for the first time in their history. Nottingham Forest won the match 1-0. The same year, Malmö FF lost their first-ever world championship final against Club Olimpia from Paraguay. In 2017, Malmö FF became the first football club with 20 Swedish top division titles. They drew an average attendance of 18,000 in 15 home games in that domestic top-flight football league season.

Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who became one of the highest-paid athletes in the world, started his professional football career with Malmö FF. He became one of the first athletes with 10 million followers on his main social media page. In 2001, Zlatan Ibrahimovic left Malmö FF for Ajax from the Netherlands. He played for Juventus, Internazionale, FC Barcelona, AC Milan, Paris Saint-Germain and Manchester United before he joined the LA Galaxy from the United States in 2018. Zlatan Ibrahimovic won the FIFA Club World Cup with the world famous Spanish side FC Barcelona in 2009.

© Wikipedia: PG Nilsson

© Wikipedia: PG Nilsson

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