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UKI Arena, Jessheim

Venue for three group stage games and a semi-final.
UKI Arena, Jessheim
The UKI Arena ©Sportsfile

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UKI Arena, Jessheim

Venue for three group stage games and a semi-final.

UKI Arena
Capacity:
1,162

• Opened in August 2011, the UKI Arena is home to second-tier club Ullensaker/Kisa. The team were almost promoted in their first season but lost out to Sandnes Ulf in the final of the relegation/promotion play-offs.

• Having come close to relegation in 2010, Ull/Kisa won promotion to the second tier for the first time in their history the following season with a match to spare.

• The UKI Arena staged three UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship elite round matches in 2013: England 4-5 Serbia, Norway 7-0 Hungary, Norway 0-3 England. England won the group, with Norway advancing to the finals as best runners-up.

Jessheim
Following the development of the nearby Oslo Airport, Jessheim has one of the fastest growing populations in Norway, almost trebling since 1990. A somewhat older construction, Rakni's Mound, a 2,500-year-old royal burial mound, lies just west of the town.

Last updated: 19/07/14 22.45CET

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