- Address: Brøndby
- Country: Denmark
- Capacity: 28,000
- Opened: 31 July 1966
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Brøndby IF (football)
Extra stadium info – Brøndby Stadion
In 2006, the national football team of Denmark played their first-ever match at the Brøndby Stadion. They won the game against the Portuguese Republic, commonly known as Portugal, 4-2 in front of 13,000 spectators. The stadium’s record attendance was set in 2003, when 31,000 people showed up for a football match between Brøndby IF and their arch-rivals FC København. Brøndby IF, nicknamed Drengene fra Vestegnen, won the Danish football championship in 2005 for the 10th time in their history. They drew an average home attendance of 18,000 during that domestic top-flight season.
Peter Schmeichel is one of the former players of Brøndby IF. The former goalkeeper became the most-capped player for the national football team of Denmark. Schmeichel won the UEFA Champions League, the European championship for football clubs, with the English side Manchester United Football Club. The former goalkeeper won the UEFA Champions League with Manchester United after beating the German side FC Bayern München 2-1. United scored twice in unjury time. 90,000 people attended the final, which took place in the Spanish city of Barcelona on 26 May 1999.