Located in the center of Malmö the Stadium District is one of Europe’s biggest urban sports areas. It has a long history of combining sports and music events; from hosting the Davis Cup to the artist BB King.
From 18-20 August four of the 29 EuroGames sport disciplines will take place at the Statium District. It will be the Basketball tournament, the Figure Skating contest as well as the Roller Derby and Ice Hockey games.
The Stadium District will also be home of the Inclusive Sports Forum. A two-day event highlighting the importance of inclusion in sports. It will be the number one place for you to celebrate EuroGames in between the tournaments, talks and debates.
The Stadium District’s urban area offers different arenas, outdoor sports facilities and social hangout spaces. You can join the games or cheer for the athletes. And take your time to meet the local sports associations.
The Inclusive Sports Forum at Stadium District
The Inclusive Sports Forum is a two-day event in Malmö, highlighting the importance of inclusion in sports. Through a mix of inspirational keynotes, panel debates and discussions with representatives from the local sports associations, we will direct the spotlight toward inclusion of the LGBTI+ community in sports.
Wednesday 18 August 2021
The first day will focus on the local sports community. The clubs and associations based in the region of Malmö will be our main participants, along with a group of handpicked guests.
Thursday 19 August 2021
On the second day the focus shifts towards our international guests. One of the main events will be an inspirational talk by internationally renowned ice hockey player Maria Rooth. This is followed by a panel debate.
How to get there?
It is a 15-minute walk from Triangeln station to the Stadium District. From Copenhagen Central station, it will take you roughly 30 minutes by train or car.