There stadiums not be small and with little historical tour stop having its peculiar charm. In the case of Parken Stadion in Copenhagen. 42.305 souls can sit in their stands in one of the few five-star stadiums in Europe that do not reach the 50.000 seating. Perhaps, no need, because that capacity and closed enclosure features make it a real pressure cooker for rival, and a player for the home team, Danish mainly from selection and 1998, FC Copenhagen.
inaugurated 9 September 1992, His first game was curiously a friendly between Denmark, European champion who had left that summer and Germany, his rival in the final. For your lawn, possibly they have passed all the great figures of world football, and as the best Danish boots, including the Laudrup brothers or the goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel. to even, the best voices in music, dígase Michael Jackson, The Rolling Stones o Madonna, among others. And it is not in vain, in the year 2001 hosted Eurovision
How could it be other way, It has also seen the Parken Stadion big matches fúbol, as the final of the Cup Winners 1994 between Arsenal and Parma which ended with victory English 1-0 with Alan Smith goal, or the final of the UEFA Cup year 2000, which he ended up giving the Galatasaray its only European title by winning the final at the same Arsenal.
Not only often end has seen its field of 105 x 68. It has been his public witness to the assault of a viewer to a referee during a Denmark-Sweden qualifying for the World 2010, or the debut of Vicente del Bosque in front of the Spanish selection.
although perhaps, a touch of distinction you provide your sliding roof, for closing the stadium and create a unique atmosphere in it, making it one of the most magical European football venues, and safeguarding it from harsh weather elements always a Scandinavian city. A luxury for an installation reminiscent of the English countryside aged, but with the passion of a tier Argentina, and with the difference being located in one of the most beautiful capitals of how many there: Copenhagen.