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SBD Global/August 27, 2014/Facilities

Oslo Authorities Approve New Stadium Plan For Norwegian Club Valerenga

Municipal authorities in Oslo have "approved a plan to build a new stadium" for Norwegian club Valerenga, according to Jaroslaw Adamowski of INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL. The cost of the new stadium and a neighboring school is estimated to be about €49M ($64.6M), with "related infrastructure investments costing a further" €30.6M ($40.4M). The new facility will allow the club "to move from Ullevaal, the country's national stadium, where it currently plays its home matches." The complex will be "located in Valle-Hovin, in the western part of Norway's capital city." Anders Røberg-Larsen of the city council's urban development committee said, "This is an important step in this project. What needs to be done now is just the transfer of the site." It is expected that Valerenga will be "allowed to acquire the land plot for a symbolic price" of kr1. Club representatives said that the facility "could be opened" in Aug. '16 (INSIDE WORLD FOOTBALL, 8/26).
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