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Henningsvær soccer field. The Henningsvær, Norway is a home of only around 500 people. It consists of a few islets and has very well-preserved architecture. This fishing town, also enjoys soccer. That’s why Henningsvær Idrettslag Stadion was designed, for amateur players. The field is located on an island and it is surrounded by breathtaking scenery.
This Football Stadium in Henningsvær. The Henningsvær Idrettslag Stadion in the small fishing village of Henningsvær, located on two small islands off Lofoten, in Norway, can hardly be called a stadium; it has got no stands—just a couple of meters of asphalt poured around the field—and is used only for amateur football.
A Look at the Soccer Field Carved Into Norwegian Bedrock. Located over several small islands within the Lofoten archipelago, the small Norwegian fishing town of Henningsvær is home to just 500 residents. That didn’t stop them from creating what might be one of the most stunning soccer fields on the planet. Set within the jagged rock, open sea, and epic mountains, the pitch was created by levelling the bedrock, laying artificial turf and wrapping the field with a perimeter of asphalt parking.
Henningsvær Stadium: The Most Scenic Place To Play Football. It has no stands, and you’ll find it in a windswept spot in a village of 510 people. Its team will never get anywhere near the Champions League. Yet, Henningsvær is one of the most iconic places to play football on the planet.
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Henningsvær, Lofoten. Up on the rocky islands of the Arctic circle, you find space for a football pitch wherever you can. Here in windswept Henningsvær on Norway's famous Lofoten islands, this astonishing pitch was dubbed the world's most beautiful by a UK newspaper. https://www.instagram.com/p/BlxABUNA-y_/.
The Idrettslag Stadion is a small fishing village of Henningsvær has been accessible by road, located two two small islands off Lofoten, in Norway. Henningsvær Stadium can hardly be called a football stadium; it has got no stands just a couple of meters of asphalt poured around the field and is used only for amateur football.
The Lofoten archipelago is a real treasure of Norway with tourists from around the world admiring the landscape. Now it’s also a groundhopping destination, because in recent years photos of this stadium made rounds in media around the world, even seeing FIFA president Gianni Infantino announce he’d like to make a visit.
Henningsvær is a small fishing village in Norway’s Lofoten Islands. Its football pitch has earned global renown for its spectacular setting. Local youngsters are able to play on it 24-7 in the ...