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SwedenOlympic600Stockholm Olympic Stadium is famous for having hosted two Olympic Games (in 1912 and Melbourne 1956 equestrian competition). With a capacity of 14,500, it's better known by football fans for being home to Swedish side Djurgardens for 77 years. In 2013, though, the club left due to UEFA and Swedish Football Association requirements and now they share the modern Tele2 Arena with Hammarby IF. For this reason, the Stockholm Olympic Stadium is unlikely to see any football played in it until further renovation.

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