Nearest bus stop: Stora björn - line 58
Nearest tram stop: Teleskopgatan - line 7 and 11
Gothia Line: Yes - Line 4
Locker rooms: Yes
Parking facilities: Yes
Field 1 & 3 - Natural grass
Field 2 - Artificial grass
Nearest bus stop: Terrakottagatan - lines No. 19, 751, 756, 764, 765, Orange express
Nearest tram stop: None
Locker rooms: Closest lockerrooms at Aktiviteten
Parking facilities: Parking available at the field or at Aktiviteten
Playing surface: Artificial grass
Nearest bus stop: Ullevi Norra - line 60
Nearest tram stop: Ullevi Norra - line 1, 3, 6, 8
Locker rooms: Yes, for teams playing finals.
Parking facilities: Very limited
Playing surface: Hybrid
Gamla Ullevi is Gothenburg's newest arena. Gothia Finals are played here on Saturday.
Free admission to the Finals with Gothia Card. If you do not have a Gothia card, you can buy tickets at the arena. Price: SEK100 (under 15: SEK 50)
Nearest bus stop: Inlag - line 731, 742, 744
Nearest tram stop: Kungsbacka station - line Train from central station or Liseberg station
Locker rooms: Yes
Parking facilities: Yes, for a fee
Field 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, & 9 - Natural grass
Field 10 - Artificial grass
Located at Säve Airport is the exciting underground Aeroseum, which is one of the National Swedish Museums of Military History. There are many types of aircrafts here, both historical and modern, civilian, and military. At Aeroseum, you experience the aircrafts with all your senses, here you can, among other things, fly virtually, but you can also fly for real in an old helicopter or an old airplane.
The Gothenburg Botanical Garden is one of the largest in Europe. In the botanical garden there are about 16,000 species, in both plantations and natural areas. Take a walk in the garden and enjoy the beautiful plants and plantings. From the viewpoint, Håberget which is located at the highest point of the park, you can, on a nice day, you can see far out over the sea.
At Göteborgs stadsmuseum (The Museum of Gothenburg) you can, among other things, follow the history of Gothenburg and western Sweden back to about 12,000 years ago. This summer you can visit the exhibition "Discover 400 years of history", where you can see objects from 17th century Gothenburg onwards.
Liseberg is the largets amusement park in Scandinavia, the park opened as early as 1923. Here you can go on many different rides and carousels if you dare. Try out the new rides for this year Tempus or Turbo or go on the classics Flumeride and Lisebergsbanan. For the younger children a visit to Kaninlandet is a must, here you can meet the Liseberg Rabbits, go to their show and go on many rides. At Kaninlandet there is a great deal of fun. At Liseberg you can also just stroll around the parks beauiful plantations, eat ice cream or dinner at one of the many restaurants.
The Natural History Museum is popular among both children and adults, showing the history of the earth and the development of life. Here you can see all the Nordic bird species, the world's only mounted blue whale, dinosaur skeletons, fossils and corals.
At the Röhsska Museum, which is the only special museum for design and crafts in Sweden, contemporary and historical objects come together. The exhibition "Inspiration East Asia", which has been a part of Röhsska's exhibitions since the museum opened in 1916, shows both ceramic objects, Chinese costumes, and textiles.
Slottskogen is one of the largest and oldest parks in Gothenburg, with natural forest, park areas and a zoo. Here you can see the seals at Säldammen and elks or other Nordic animals up on the hill. In Slottskogen there are plenty of beautiful places for picnics, why not have lunch in the beautiful Azaleadalen. There are also several cafés serving food, coffee, pastries and ice cream, including the popular café and restaurant Villa Belparc located by Stora dammen.
At Saluhallen you find many small shops that sell all kinds of delicacies. Here you can buy fresh seafood, cheese, charcuteries, freshly baked pastries, and bread. At Saluhallen you can also sit down and have a cup of coffee and something to eat at one of the many eateries.
In the middle of central Gothenburg, you find Trädgårdsföreningen, a wonderful oasis in the city. This beautiful 19th century park is one of Europe's best preserved. Here are many beautiful plants, including thousands of roses. Inside the beautiful Palm House from 1878, many plants thrive in the Mediterranean climate.
Universeum is a place where play leads to knowledge. A seven-floor adventure for the whole family! Experience a world-class reptile collection, take a walk in the rainforest, dive under the surface of the aquarium hall or experiment in the chemistry lab. A visit to Universeum is an unforgettable adventure.