Stadium: Monjasa Park
Club: FC Fredericia
Redevelopment: On 1. May 2020 FC Fredericia announced that the club would increase the capacity with a new north-stand. The local authorities in Fredericia was to use 16 million DK from a Covid19 stimulation package. They saw this as a good oppotunity to stimulate local construction business, save jobs, and at the same time lift the stadium, the club and the city. The new stand have a capacity of 1.400 seats and an away/supportes section with a terrace for 500. There are seperate entrances for the new sections and with that, the club improved the security level. The stadium is now one step closer to meet the stadium requirements for a potensial promotion to the Danish Superliga.
Construction work started in late August 2020 and was completed in April 2021
Capacity: 6.000 (2.600 seats)
Location: North-west of the city center of Fredericia, south-east on Jylland
Address: Vestre Ringvej 102, 7000 Fredericia
Visited: July 2019 and 19. February 2023 Nordic Bet Ligaen (2.tier): FC Fredericia – Hillerød Fodbold 0-2 (0-0) 0-1 Dhaflaoui (81), 0-2 Shaibu (87)
After the new stand was completed in spring 2021, Monjasa Park is now a proper footbal stadium. The short sides can also be developed into stands, should the demand occur. I visited the stadium on a cold, but beautiful winter day. This was the first match after the winter-break, and the hosts were looking to hit back after a disappointing start to the season. Unfortunately, there were no improvement to see, and the visitors from Hillerød deserved the victory.
Club website: www.fcfredericia.dk
County: Jylland – Denmark