Høddvoll Stadion is a multi-sports stadium in Ulsteinvik in Ullstein, Norway. Home of First Division side IL Hødd, it is primary used for football, but also features an all-weather running track. The sports complex consists of the main stadium, surrounded by an all-weather running track, a natural grass training pitch and an artificial turf pitch, as well as an indoor hall. Høddvoll has a capacity for 4,433 spectators, of which 2,600 have been seated.Hødd was established in 1919 and completed the construction of Høddvoll in 1921. The original field had gravel and was located at the site of current training pitch. It went through a series of upgrades, becoming a grass field in 1989. The main stadium at Høddvoll opened in 1963, and was followed by five season in the top football league the following decade, resulting in various upgrades. The record attendance is about 12,300, from a 1981 Cup match when Hødd played Vålerenga. The venue saw several upgrades during the 1999, and Hødd play top-league games in 1995. Hødd played a single UEFA Europa League qualifier at Høddvoll in 2013.An all-new stadium on the original site is under construction and scheduled for competition in 2014. It will have capacity for 3,825, all except 1,000 seated. It will be built in conjunction with Ulsteinhallen and indoor athletics, handball and gymnastics hall.