- Address: Klæbuveien 125, Trondheim
- Country: Norway
- Capacity: 21,000
- Opened: 10 August 1947
- Main use: Football
- Tenants: Rosenborg (football)
Extra stadium info – Lerkendal stadion
The Lerkendal stadion opened with a football match. It became one of the largest stadiums by capacity in the Nordic countries. Several football clubs played home games at the venue. The 2016 UEFA Super Cup took place at the Lerkendal stadion. It was the first UEFA Super Cup in Norway. Real Madrid won the game against Sevilla FC 3-2 in front of 17,000 spectators. The world famous Spanish football side Real Madrid won the UEFA Super Cup two times before they won their third UEFA Super Cup title in 2016. Sevilla FC won the UEFA Super Cup in 2006 for the first time in their history after beating FC Barcelona. Real Madrid became the first football club with 10 European championship titles. They also won various world championship titles.
The stadium’s record attendance of 28,000 was set in 1985, when Rosenborg played a domestic league match against Lillestrøm SK. Rosenborg BK, the first Norwegian sports club with 100,000 followers on its main social media page, use the Lerkendal Stadion for home games. The club was founded in 1917. They played numerous matches in the UEFA Champions League, the European championship for football clubs.
Rosenborg in the Norwegian top-flight football league
In 1967, Rosenborg were crowned Norwegian football champions for the first time in their history. They gathered 25 points in 18 domestic league games during that football season. Rosenborg won nine league matches and lost two league matches. The other seven games ended in a draw. In 2006, Rosenborg became the first Norwegian football club with 20 top-flight league titles. They drew an average attendance of 19,000 in 13 home games during that domestic league season.