Ceres Park

Key facts

Club: Aarhus GF | Opening: 1920 | Capacity: 19,433 seats

History and description

Ceres Park, before known as NRGi Park and Århus Stadion, opened on 5 June 1920.

The stadium recorded its highest attendance in 1962 when 23,990 people visited a match against Esbjerg.

Århus Stadion got extensively redeveloped in the early 2000s, including the construction of new stands on three sides.

The stadium changed its name to NRGi Park in 2006 as a result of a sponsorship deal, and again in 2015 to Ceres Park as part of a new deal.

How to get to Ceres Park

Ceres Park is located towards the south of the city of Aarhus at just over 2 kilometres from Aarhus’ rail station and city centre. The walk to the stadium will take about half an hour.

Alternatively, one can catch bus 11 from the city centre. Take the bus from the Park Allé in the direction of Søholm, and get off at the Jyllands Allé/Vilhelms Bechs Vej. The journey only takes 7 minutes.

Alternatives are bus 16 and 18, which can both be taken just south of the rail station at the MP Bruunsgade. Take bus 16 in the direction of Holme Syd or bus 18 toward Moesgård Museum, and get off at the same stop as bus 11.

Address: Stadion Allé 70, DK-8000 Århus C

AGF Tickets

Tickets for AGF games can be bought online, or in person at the ticket office at Ceres Park.

Tickets are also available on the gate on the day of the match.

Tickets cost either DKK 125.00 for a seat at the sides or DKK 100.00 for behind the goal.

Photos of Ceres Park

Relevant Internet links

Agf.dk – Official website of Aarhus GF.
Parkarena.dk – Official website of NRGi Park.
Visitaarhus.com – Aarhus tourist information.
Midttrafik.dk – Aarhus public transport information.