F.C. COPENHAGEN HOME GAME TRAVEL ADVICE
F.C. Copenhagen games are attracting plenty of attention at the moment as Lions fans continue to break Superliga attendance records – and the club is working on improving the turnstile system for supporters, while urging fans to make extra time when planning their journeys on match days.
Tickets are not currently on general sale for upcoming games, although season ticket sales and subscriptions are available. The new season begins in July.
Please check FCK.dk/en for the latest information for upcoming games for the 2022/23 season, ticket sales and details for season ticket holders.
HOW TO TRAVEL TO F.C. COPENHAGEN GAMES
Football fans travelling to F.C. Copenhagen home games at Parken Stadium can use various methods of transport to get to the ground.
Getting to Copenhagen stadium is easy. Parken is located in the north of the city on Øster Allé, just above Trianglen. The stadium sits next to the neighbouring Fælledparken – one of the biggest parks in Copenhagen.
There are many different ways to travel to F.C. Copenhagen games.
You can drive to Parken stadium and park at the ground. But bear in mind parking spaces are limited and are likely to be booked in advance. There are car parks and limited street parking around Østerbro.
Train / Metro:
If you are travelling into Copenhagen on the day of the game you might pass through Copenhagen's central train station called København H. From there you can take the M3 Metro to Trianglen, Poul Henningsens Plads and Vibenhus Runddel. All stations are close to Parken stadium. The Metro connects the city and can be accessed from Copenhagen airport.
You can also go by S-train to Østerport Station and walk to Telia Parken (or take one stop with the Metro M3 to Trianglen).
If you are arriving at Copenhagen airport you can take the S-train to Københavns H (the main train station in the city) or the Metro.
The quickest way from Copenhagen airport to Parken Stadium is to take the Metro to Kongens Nytorv and then switch onto the M3 line to Trianglen, Poul Henningsens Plads or Vibenhus Runddel stations.
We suggest you use the travel website Rejseplanen (also available as app).
Cycling is big in Copenhagen, with cycle paths on almost every street. You can cycle from the city's main square Rådhusplasen to Telia Parken in 12 minutes.
If you do not own a bike, you can pick up a city bike called Bycyklen.
Read more about accessing these bikes (English) here.
Parken is not too far away from the city centre and can be walked to and from with ease. Walking takes 40 minutes from Strøget, the main shopping street in Copenhagen.
Walking from Nørrebro, in the north of the city, takes around 20 minutes.
If you are already in Østerbro the walk will take a maximum of 10 minutes.
F.C. Copenhagen Fan Shop
The F.C. Copenhagen Fan Shop is located on Øster Allé in the north west corner of Parken Stadium.
You can buy FCK merchandise, replica shirts and tickets (not on match days) from the Fan Shop.
Or you can buy F.C. Copenhagen merchandise online here.
Fan Shop opening hours (times may change due to coronavirus situation)
(Also opens three hours before every home game)
Tour the FCK Experience
The FCK Experience is open to all fans and is the place where you can immerse yourself in all things football.
The FCK Experience is FREE to enter and can be located in the Fan Shop on Øster Allé.
Opening hours are the same as the F.C. Copenhagen Fan Shop.
Leaving F.C. Copenhagen games
Assuming there are no fan restrictions in place, post-game at F.C. Copenhagen sees thousands of fans spill onto the streets.
Many fans cycle back into town or walk to the nearest train or metro station. Others take the bus, although services along Øster Allé can be disrupted. In this case, the best bus option is to head to Trianglen and catch one there.
F.C. Copenhagen in collaboration with Carlsberg have created a fan zone experience behind the B Stand, and you are of course welcome to stay after the game and enjoy a beer and some food.