The field of dreams – and the stands around it
The national stadium of the Faroe Islands is set in the century-old sports hub of Gundadalur north of the centre of the capital, Tórshavn.
Previously, the Faroes had used Sweden and then Svangaskar∂ in Toftir before Tórsvøllur was cut into the ground in 1999.
Around it is the smaller stadium of Gundadalur, home of Thórshavn rivals HB and B36.
With an all-seated capacity of 6,000 along three sides, Tórsvøllur comprises one main stand, an open one opposite and another covered one behind one goal.
Going to the stadium – tips and timings
The stadium complex is a 10min walk north of Thórshavn town centre up RC Effersøes gøta. It’s also on the 1 bus line, one stop to Gundadalur from central Steinatún.
Buying tickets – when, where, how and how much
Visiting supporters should check with their individual national associations for ticket details.
Where to Drink
Pre-match beers for fans and casual visitors
In the main stand, No.12 opens from 11am every six days a week and 2pm on Sundays. Known for its smoothies, it also serves Faroese beers Ve∂rur, Okkara and the slightly darker Okkara Klassik – although sales of alcohol according to the match concerned.