Viking Stadion is a football stadium in Stavanger, Norway. It was inaugurated in May 2004 and cost 160 million NOK (€20 million) to build. 50 million NOK, plus the lot it was built on, was a gift from the municipality. It replaced Stavanger Stadion as the home stadium of Viking FK.In 2006, the stadium was expanded beyond the original capacity of 15,000 to 16,600. The capacity was later reduced to 16,300 in 2012 to make room for two giant screens.The record attendance is 16,600 from 24 June 2007, when Viking met Brann.Jåttåvågen railway station, which serves the Jæren Commuter Rail, is located right outside the stadium.The venue has hosted the Norway national under-21 football team on four occasions, playing 1–0 against Spain on 31 May 2006, 1–1 against Bosnia and Herzegovina on 6 September 2006, 2–2 against Slovakia on 10 June 2009 and 2–2 against Belgium on 10 November 2011.In a 2012 survey carried out by the Norwegian Players' Association among away-team captains, Viking Stadion was found to be the league's fourth-best stadium, with a score of 4.27 on a scale from one to five.