Sport & events

Avicii Arena

Avicii Arena is one of our most flexible arenas, with a capacity of over 16 000 people. It is the world’s largest spherical building and was opened in 1989. It has a diameter of 110 metres and an internal height of 85 metres. Its volume is 600 000 m3. One way of describing this enormous area is that it would take 40 years to fill the Ericsson Globe Arena, now known as Avicii arena, with water from an ordinary tap. The Globe also offers a shopping centre with approximately 60 stores as well as restaurants.

Address: Globentorget. T 08-508 353 00. Dist. by bus/train 15–20 min.

Friends Arena 

Friends Arena, the National stadium is Sweden’s largest indoor stadium with a capacity of 65 000. It has a retractable roof, the latest technology and modern hospitality. Supported by Swedbank, the stadium is named after Friends, an organization dedicated to prevent bullying in schools and sports. It's the home of the national football team and AIK Football Club. 

Address: Friends Arena. Dist. by bus/train 15–20 min.

The Royal Tennis Club of Stockholm

The Royal Tennis Hall – Kungl. Tennishallen – was built in 1943, although the club was founded in 1896. The crown prince Gustaf – later King Gustaf V – himself an avid tennis player, was one of the main initiators and promoters of the game of tennis in Sweden. The club, which has around 1 800 members in all age groups, is a members’ club: all those playing tennis on the club will be members or guests of members. Squash courts and the gym are open even for non-members. In addition to 15 indoor hard courts, 5 outdoor clay courts, 1 outdoor hard and 8 squash courts, the facilities of the club include a restaurant and a fully-equipped gym, staffed with licensed personal trainers.

Address: Lidingövägen 75. Dist. by bus/train 15 min.

Bro Hof Slott Golf Club

Do you long to enjoy an idyllic golfing experience in a beautiful setting, designed by people with a passion for perfection and quality, where exceptionality comes as standard? Bro Hof Slott is a world class golf club with courses designed by Robert Trent Jones Jnr., one of the world’s top golf course designers. The club is stunningly beautiful and situated in an old cultural landscape, directly on Lake Mälaren and crowned by the renovated Bro Hof Castle. Every detail has been trimmed to perfection – a word synonymous with everyone involved in its creation.

Address: Bro Hof Slott 197 91 Bro, Dist. by car 40 min