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Djurgården IF plays its last match at home before moving to the Tele2 Arena

Stockholm football club says farewell to Stadion

Published söndag 30 juni 2013 kl 14.52
Stadion. Photo: Tor Johnsson/Scanpix

It has been Djurgården's home ground since 1936. On Sunday afternoon, the Stockholm club plays at Stadion for the last time when it hosts Öster in Sweden's top domestic league Allsvenskan.

The match against Öster is a sell-out with over 14 000 fans expected at Stadion when Djurgården plays at its old home for the final time before moving to pastures new. Former players will enter onto the pictch during the half-time interval as part of the celebrations. 

Djurgården will now share the new Tele2 Arena with Stockholm rivals Hammarby.

Thousands of fans are expected to invade the pitch after the final whistle looking to take away a piece of grass as a souvenir, although the club wants it to remain intact. The stadium, built for the Olympics of 1912, is a protected building.

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