Briefly in English
FC Hämeenlinna plays its home games at Kauriala Stadium (Brahenkatu 4, 13130 Hämeenlinna). Tickets are available at the gates on match days from one hour prior to kick-off. Snacks, soft-drinks and beer can be purchased at the venue.
For enquiries on ticketing please contact the club office.
Club office contact details
Street address: Matti Alangon katu 24, 13130 Hämeenlinna
About the Club
FC Hämeenlinna is based in the lively and historic town of Hämeenlinna in Southern Finland. The club was founded in 1991 and admitted into the Third Division in 1992. Years 2001-2004 saw the club’s most successful period so far with a promotion to the Finnish Premiership in 2001 and reaching the Finnish Cup Final in 2004, losing 1–2 to Myllykosken Pallo. From 2005 to 2012 FC Hämeenlinna played continuously in the Finnish First Division but was relegated to the Second Division at the end of the 2012 season.
The club has played at its home ground, Kauriala Stadium, since its formation. Kauriala, with its current capacity of 1500 covered seats, was originally built to host the field hockey games of the 1952 Helsinki Summer Olympics. The club’s attendance record in Kauriala is 3283 (FC Hämeenlinna vs. Rovaniemen Palloseura on 7 May 2004).
FC Hämeenlinna plays at home in all-white kits, hence a moniker ”Valkoiset” (The Whites) has been widely adopted. The team’s away colours are blue and white.