Sweden - Malmö

Sweden - Malmö



Malmö is the third largest city in Sweden with a population of approximately 300,000. Malmö is part of Greater Copenhagen, a metropolitan region centred around the Öresund strait and the two cities which lie on either side: Copenhagen and Malmö.

The region is connected by the Öresund Bridge. Four million people live in the Öresund region.

Malmö is a town small enough for a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, yet big enough to boast a vibrant city including cultural life and attractions. In Malmö, you will also find, Malmö Arena, whose wonderful setting is ready to welcome the teams that will play in this city.

Malmö Arena

Capacity: 15,000 spectators

About the arena: Malmö Arena is centrally located in the Öresund region, also known as Greater Copenhagen. Malmö Arena is in the expansive district of Hyllie. Hyllie aims to be the most environmentally friendly district in the Öresund region. At Hyllie Stationstorg, the heart of the green district lies Malmö Arena only 80 meters from the train station, from where you reach Malmö Centrum in 3 minutes, Copenhagen Airport in 12 minutes and Copenhagen city centre in 25 minutes. Malmö Arena was opened in November 2008 and has a capacity of 15,000 spectators. Malmö Arena is a multi-arena and has hosted widely different events such as the Eurovision Song Contest, the Junior Hockey World Cup, and the Handball World Cup.

Matches of the EHF EURO 2026: Group E in preliminary round and main round