Idrettslag stadium in the small fishing village of Henningsvær, which occupies two small islands in the Norwegian Lofonten archipelago. It can hardly be called a stadium, since there are no stands here — just a few meters of asphalt around the field. The ground is used only for amateur football, but the majestic location has already made Idrettslag famous all over the world. Many would dream of playing football on such an unusual site.
The stadium is located on a rocky islet surrounded by stunning scenery of dramatic mountains with jagged peaks, open sea and bays. The football field was laid on solid rock in the southernmost part of the island of Henningsvær and quickly gained worldwide popularity due to such a dramatic location. An asphalt strip has been laid around the perimeter of the field, which simultaneously serves as stands, parking and car parking. The tiny capacity of the stadium seems sufficient, as the village of Henningsvær has approximately 500 inhabitants.
Artificial peat is used as a field cover, since natural grass will not take root in such harsh conditions. The stadium is mainly used by representatives of the amateur club Henningsvar IL to teach football to local children and play friendly matches. It even has lighting towers for evening games. Thus, another newcomer appeared in the list of the most famous stadiums in the world.