Laugardalsvöllur (Reykjavík)


The Laugardalsvöllur is Iceland’s national football stadium, home of the Iceland national football team and Fram Reykjavík, one of the most successful clubs in the country.

The first match played at the stadium was between Iceland and Norway in 1957, two years before Laugardalsvöllur was officially opened.

There was just a single stand in the stadium for many years until a second was added in 1997. Laugardalsvöllur currently has a capacity of 9,800 but there was a record attendance of 20,204 in August 2004 to witness a famous 2-0 victory over a star studded Italy.

Tenants: Iceland national football teams & Fram Reykjavík

Opened: 1959

Capacity: 9,800

Address:Laugardalur IS-104, Reykjavík, Iceland


Tickets at Laugardalsvöllur

Iceland national football team: Given the small capacity of Laugardalsvöllur and the recent success of the national team qualifying for UEFA Euro 2016 and the 2018 FIFA World Cup, tickets for matches usually sell out quickly. Check the official KSI website for the latest news.

Fram Reykjavík: Tickets for Fram matches are usually available to purchase on match day, costing between 1,200-1,500kr.

Location & Travel to Laugardalsvöllur

Laugardalsvöllur is located approximately 4 kilometres east of central Reykjavík, forming part of a large sports complex.

Airport – Keflavík International Airport is the largest airport in Iceland, with a large number of flights across Europe and North America. The airport is approximately 50 kilometres southwest of Reykjavík, with several bus companies offering 40 minute transfers to the city for roughly 20 Euros.

Reykjavík Airport is the main domestic airport for the city, being much smaller than Keflavík but offering some international flights to Greenland and the Faroe Islands.

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Bus – There are several bus lines that run from Reykjavík to near the stadium, including lines 12 and 14 which stop about 5-10 minutes walk away.

Driving & Parking – The sports complex that Laugardalsvöllur is a part of, has three car parks on site.

Walk – Depending where you’re staying in Reykjavík, it is relatively easy to walk to Laugardalsvöllur along Laugavegur, taking about 20-40 minutes.

Where to stay in Reykjavík

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Further Information & Events

Football Association of Iceland Official Website

Fram Reykjavík Official Website

Last Updated on February 24, 2021 by Sports Tourist

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