Club: Molde FK | Opening: 1998 | Capacity: 11,249
History and description
Aker Stadion, before known as Molde Stadion, was built in 1997 at a cost of NOK 212 million. The stadium officially opened on 18 April 1998 with a match between Molde and Lillestrøm.
In 2006 the stadium was renamed Aker Stadion after the company of club-owner Kjell Inge Røkke.
The stadium has had an artificial pitch since 2014.
How to get to Aker Stadion
Aker Stadion is located picturesquely on the shore of the Romsdalsfjord just a few hundred metres west of the town centre of Molde. The stadium lies right next to the Rica Seilet Hotel, which has become one of the town’s principal landmarks.
Due to the small size of the town it will be easy to find the stadium, either by foot from the centre or by car.
Address: Julsundveien 14, 6412 Molde
Tickets for Molde FK games can be bought online, at the club shop at the stadium, or at ticket windows of the stadium on the day of the match.
Molde don’t typically sell out save for the odd very high-profile match.
A seat ranges in price from NOK 180.00 to NOK 450.00. A standing place costs NOK 160.00.