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1925 (96 years old)


Hvidovre Stadion
(12,000 Capacity)

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Danish 1st Division

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24 Jun 21 FC Copenhagen  1 - 1  Hvidovre IF
27 May 21 Hvidovre IF  4 - 0  HOBRO

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Hvidovre IF is a Danish football club, founded on 15 October 1925 in Hvidovre.

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Hvidovre Stadium (Danish: Hvidovre Stadion) is an athletics- and association football stadium located in Hvidovre, south west of Copenhagen, Denmark, that is owned and operated by Hvidovre Municipality. It is currently used mostly for association football matches and is the home stadium of Hvidovre IF (association football and handball), Hvidovre AM (athletics) and previously Hvidovre Stars (american football). The exhibition field has a lighting installation with a light intensity of 1000 lux, undersoil heating and have been approved for televised matches in the Danish Superliga. The stadium is part of a sports complex, that covers an area of 72,000 m² and also consists of four association football fields, outdoor athletic facilities, a hall for indoor athletics, a hall with two indoor tennis courts, five outdoor tennis courts, a fitness center, a cafeteria including rooms for club members and meetings. Since 1 July 2019, the stadium's main exhibition field has been referred to as Pro Ventilation Arena for sponsorship reasons after having previously been known under the names Office Center Arena (2010–2012) and Kæmpernes Arena (2012–2019). One senior women's national team friendly match have been staged at the arena in 1979, while at least 14 Under-21, Under-19, Under-18, Under-17, Under-16 men's national team matches have been held there between 1964 and 2011.



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