Tórsvøllur is the national stadium of the Faroe Islands and hosts the country’s international football team. The stadium was officially opened on the 9th July 1999 when the Faroe Island national team played Danish club side Aalborg in a friendly.
The pitch was originally natural grass but was switched to artificial in 2012. The previous year floodlights had been installed and following several other renovations, the current capacity of the stadium is 6,040.
The Final of the Faroe Islands Cup is annually held at Tórsvøllur, whilst big European matches of Faroese club sides are also frequently held there.
Tenants: Faroe Islands national football team
Tickets at Tórsvøllur
Faroe Islands national football team Tickets
Tickets for Faroe Islands international matches are available to purchase through the official website here.
Location & Travel to Tórsvøllur
Tórsvøllur is located in Tórshavn, the capital city of the Faroe Islands.
Airport: Vágar Airport is the only airport in the Faroe Islands and offers regular flights to Iceland, Denmark, Norway, and Scotland. It is located in the village of Sørvágur on the island of Vágar, approximately 30 miles from Tórshavn with a frequent bus service between the two taking about an hour.
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Bus: Several bus services run from Tórshavn to close by the stadium, including lines 2, 3 and 4.
Walk: The stadium is located just over a kilometre north of the centre of Tórshavn and is easily found along Tinghúsvegur with a walking time of about 15 minutes.