Club: Silkeborg IF | Opening: 2017 | Capacity: 10,000 (4,000 standing places)
History and description
Construction of JYSK Park started in 2015. It replaced Silkeborg’s old stadium, Silkeborg Stadion, which had opened in 1925 but did not meet modern standards.
Whereas Silkeborg Stadion had been located in the south of the city, JYSK Park was built at a new site in the north. The stadium officially opened on 31 July 2017 with a match between Silkeborg and Aarhus.
The stadium was named JYSK Park following a naming rights deal with international retail chain JYSK, which has its headquarters in nearby Aarhus.
How to get to JYSK Park
JYSK Park is located in the north of the town of Silkborg on the northern shore of the Gudena River. It lies just over 2 kilometres from Silkeborg’s town centre, wich lies on the southern shore of the Gudena, and a kilometre more from Silkeborg’s railway station, which lies south of the town centre.
The stadium can be walked to from the town centre in just under half an hour.
Alternatively, catch bus 11 from the railway station or the Godthåbsvej further north in the town centre. Get off at stop Lindeparken/Ansvej. It is a quick 5-minute journey.
There are frequent trains from Aarhus that take about 45 minutes to arrive. The journey from Copenhagen takes over three hours and requires a transfer at Skanderborg Station.
Address: Ansvej 104, 8600 Silkeborg
Tickets for Silkeborg matches can be bought online or at the ticket windows of the stadium on the day of the match.
Silkeborg don’t normally sell out but booking online is DKK 20.00 cheaper.
Expect to pay DKK 130.00 for a seat on the side or DKK 80.00 for a seat at the main stand.