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Briskeby gressbane - {CATEGORY}

Briskeby gressbane or simply Briskeby is a football stadium in Hamar, Norway. It has been the home ground of the football club Hamarkameratene since 1936. The stadium's capacity is currently 8,068, of which 2,768 are seated. The record attendance is 14,500, set in 1938 when Briskeby was the venue for the Norwegian Cup final. Ham-Kam's highest attendance, meanwhile, is 11,500 (against Lillestrøm) and dates from May 27, 1976. The club plans to redevelop the stadium into a modern all-seater. The project was given the go-ahead politically on February 1, 2006, and the first phase will likely be completed in 2007. Once finished, the stadium will hold 10,200 spectators. HamKam's home ground was built in 1936, in the Hamar neighbourhood of Briskeby (hence the name of the stadium). After first playing wherever they could find an empty field, the club had to establish a permanent playing location upon entering the regional series in 1927. In time the club grew weary of paying ever-increasing rents, and began planning for a stadium of their own, at Briskeby. Construction began in 1934 and lasted two years, even up until the morning of the opening day. The stadium, which was the first in the region to have a grass pitch, was inaugurated on June 28, 1936. HamKam played against Lyn in the opening match, the team from Oslo winning 4-1. A year after Briskeby was finished, HamKam were granted the honour of hosting the Norwegian Cup final. The final between Fredrikstad and Mjøndalen was expected to gather an attendance more than ten times the stadium's capacity of 1,200. Much thanks to all the volunteers who helped prepare the stadium, the event was characterized as a success by the Norwegian Football Association. In the end, 14,500 spectators showed up - the biggest crowd ever to attend a game at Briskeby.

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Date of construction: 1936

Capacity: 8068

Dimensions: 106.5 x 67 m

Tenants: Ham-Kam

Opened: 1936

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1,083 yd - Quality Hotel Astoria

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1,103 yd - Quality Hotel Astoria

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1,154 yd - First Hotel Victoria

Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Hamar City Center, First Victoria Hotel promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The hotel offers a wide range of amenities and perks to ensure you have Read morea great time. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the First Victoria Hotel. The well-appointed guestrooms feature daily newspaper, non smoking rooms, inhouse movies, shower, television. Take a break from a long day and make use of golf course (on site), gym. First Victoria Hotel combines warm hospitality with a lovely ambiance to make your stay in Hamar unforgettable.Hide

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Briskeby gressbane - {CATEGORY}

Briskeby gressbane or simply Briskeby is a football stadium in Hamar, Norway. It has been the home ground of the football club Hamarkameratene since 1936. The stadium's capacity is currently 8,068, of which 2,768 are seated. The record attendance is 14,500, set in 1938 when Briskeby was the venue for the Norwegian Cup final. Ham-Kam's highest attendance, meanwhile, is 11,500 (against Lillestrøm) and dates from May 27, 1976. The club plans to redevelop the stadium into a modern all-seater. The project was given the go-ahead politically on February 1, 2006, and the first phase will likely be completed in 2007. Once finished, the stadium will hold 10,200 spectators. HamKam's home ground was built in 1936, in the Hamar neighbourhood of Briskeby (hence the name of the stadium). After first playing wherever they could find an empty field, the club had to establish a permanent playing location upon entering the regional series in 1927. In time the club grew weary of paying ever-increasing rents, and began planning for a stadium of their own, at Briskeby. Construction began in 1934 and lasted two years, even up until the morning of the opening day. The stadium, which was the first in the region to have a grass pitch, was inaugurated on June 28, 1936. HamKam played against Lyn in the opening match, the team from Oslo winning 4-1. A year after Briskeby was finished, HamKam were granted the honour of hosting the Norwegian Cup final. The final between Fredrikstad and Mjøndalen was expected to gather an attendance more than ten times the stadium's capacity of 1,200. Much thanks to all the volunteers who helped prepare the stadium, the event was characterized as a success by the Norwegian Football Association. In the end, 14,500 spectators showed up - the biggest crowd ever to attend a game at Briskeby.

Briskeby gressbane - {CATEGORY}

Briskeby gressbane or simply Briskeby is a football stadium in Hamar, Norway. It has been the home ground of the football club Hamarkameratene since 1936. The stadium's capacity is currently 8,068, of which 2,768 are seated. The record attendance is 14,500, set in 1938 when Briskeby was the venue for the Norwegian Cup final. Ham-Kam's highest attendance, meanwhile, is 11,500 (against Lillestrøm) and dates from May 27, 1976. The club plans to redevelop the stadium into a modern all-seater. The project was given the go-ahead politically on February 1, 2006, and the first phase will likely be completed in 2007. Once finished, the stadium will hold 10,200 spectators. HamKam's home ground was built in 1936, in the Hamar neighbourhood of Briskeby (hence the name of the stadium). After first playing wherever they could find an empty field, the club had to establish a permanent playing location upon entering the regional series in 1927. In time the club grew weary of paying ever-increasing rents, and began planning for a stadium of their own, at Briskeby. Construction began in 1934 and lasted two years, even up until the morning of the opening day. The stadium, which was the first in the region to have a grass pitch, was inaugurated on June 28, 1936. HamKam played against Lyn in the opening match, the team from Oslo winning 4-1. A year after Briskeby was finished, HamKam were granted the honour of hosting the Norwegian Cup final. The final between Fredrikstad and Mjøndalen was expected to gather an attendance more than ten times the stadium's capacity of 1,200. Much thanks to all the volunteers who helped prepare the stadium, the event was characterized as a success by the Norwegian Football Association. In the end, 14,500 spectators showed up - the biggest crowd ever to attend a game at Briskeby.

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