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Vaesteraas SK

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Established
1904 (118 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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Solid Park Arena
(7,044 Capacity)

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Västerås, Sweden

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Swedish Superettan
Svenska Cupen

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Upcoming Events
03 Jul 22 Vaesteraas SK  -  IK Brage
09 Jul 22 Norrby  -  Vaesteraas SK
17 Jul 22 Vaesteraas SK  -  Landskrona
26 Jul 22 Oergryte  -  Vaesteraas SK
31 Jul 22 Vaesteraas SK  -  Osters IF

Latest Results
26 Jun 22 Skövde AIK  0 - 2  Vaesteraas SK
28 May 22 Vaesteraas SK  2 - 2  Halmstad
22 May 22 Dalkurd FF  1 - 2  Vaesteraas SK
18 May 22 Vaesteraas SK  2 - 2  Joenkoeping S.
14 May 22 Trelleborgs FF  3 - 0  Vaesteraas SK

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Västerås SK is a Swedish football club based in Västerås. The club was formed on 29 January 1904.

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Solid Park Arena, previously known as Swedbank Park, is a multi-use stadium in Västerås, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Västerås SK Fotboll. The stadium holds 7,044 people and was opened in 2008. It replaced Arosvallen as the home of Västerås SK. In January 2016 there was a namechange from Swedbank Park to Solid Park Arena after IT company Solid Park bought the naming rights.Solid Park Arena, previously known as Swedbank Park, is a multi-use stadium in Västerås, Sweden. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Västerås SK Fotboll. The stadium holds 7,044 people and was opened in 2008. It replaced Arosvallen as the home of Västerås SK. In January 2016 there was a namechange from Swedbank Park to Solid Park Arena after IT company Solid Park bought the naming rights.

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