Brann Stadion is owned by the club. It was built in 1919.
Directions to the stadium:
The local bus company Tide offers a number of services to the ground. Brann Stadion is located approximately four kilometres south of the city centre. The best alternative is the city tram (Bybanen) passing Brann Stadion both from the south (from Lagunen) and the city centre (from Byparken). The station to leave the tram is called Brann Stadion.
If you are arriving directly from the airport, some of the airport shuttle buses are an easy way to get to the Stadium. The only other options from the airport is by taxi or a car. By car it takes 25 minutes if there's no heavy traffic. The city tram will soon open a line from the airport passing at Brann Stadion.
GPS coordinates: 60.366935, 5.357577
The history of the stadium
Brann Stadion is owned by the club. It was built in 1919, but has since been modernized several times. A new stand was erected in 2006 and opened in May 2007. The new main stand was finished only days before the opening of the 2007 season.
Brann Stadion has hosted 17 Norwegian international fixtures since 1933, the first against Wales in a 1-2 defeat. Since then Norway has not lost in Bergen, and has won twelve of the seventeen international fixtures at Brann Stadion.
The current capacity is 16.750.
The south stand which was old and not the same standard as the fans demanded and deserved, was removed after the 2017 season an reopened in April 2019, looking grate.
The pitch is natural grass.
Picture by Pål Bentdal
Year built: 1919.
Current capacity: 16.750.
Record attendance: In the cup: 24.800 against Fredrikstad in the cup semi final 1. October 1961. In the league: 23.900 against Lillestrøm 8. May 1978.
Pitch size: 105x68 meters.
Surface: Natural grass.
Flood lights: 1400 lux.
Undersoil heating: Yes.
Address: Kniksens Plass 1, 5063 Bergen.