Norwegian Team Who Beat Roma 6-1 Have Unique Goals - But Are They Banned by UEFA?

AS Roma lost 6-1 in the UEFA Conference League against small Norwegian team FK Bodø Glimt yesterday night. Their stadium features some extraordinary goals, at least in the Norwegian Eliteserien.



The Aspmyra Stadion is located inside the Arctic Circle

FK Bodø Glimt are playing in the Aspmyra Stadion. Opened in 1966, it has a capacity of just 4616 and is located inside the Arctic Circle.

Bodø Glimt's Aspmyra Stadium Features Unique Goals in Norwegian League



As spotted by @pww8afcb, FK Bodø Glimt's stadium has some extraordinary yellow goals. Their goals ditch the usual construction in favor of an arch-like construction.


However, both teams did not have the pleasure of the one-of-a-kind soccer goal. In UEFA matches, their stadium has standard white goal nets.

We are not sure why their stadium has different goal nets but it is likely due to UEFA regulations.



we could not find a paragraph forbidding FK Bodø Glimt's special goal yetUEFA's rules for stadiums are defined in the "UEFA Stadium Infrastructure Regulations". They are some rules for football goals - we could not find a paragraph forbidding FK Bodø Glimt's special goal, however.

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