Stale Solbakken has the right: It is a great advantage for FC Nordsjælland to play on the artificial turf in Farum.
But in fact, FC Copenhagen's home advantage in the Park has been even greater the last three seasons. It shows the statistics.
The Norwegian manager and the rest of the FCK-camp was after the 2-2 match in Farum highly critical of the ground in Farum, which they felt gave the home team a big advantage.
Conversely, can one then argue that FC Nordsjælland has a big disadvantage when they play on away game.
the Figures show that there often is quite a big difference on how nordsjællænderne make it at home and abroad.
the Club had made the artificial turf in the summer of 2012, and in all seasons since they have been better at home than out. It is in itself nothing remarkable.
For the Superliga clubs fetches more points at home than out. The difference from the season 2012/13 and up to now, has been somewhere between 0,18 and 0,56 points per game.
FC Nordsjælland in six out of seven seasons has been above average for the Superliga clubs. Only in season 2016/17 they brought almost as many points out as flat.
In the season they brought in the cut 1,39 points in Farum, while they got a 1,33 points at stamford bridge. The difference, therefore, was the only 0,06 points for FCN, while the average for the entire League was 0.32 points.
When you talk about home advantage, it has in recent seasons been more pronounced in the Park than in Farum Park.
FC Copenhagen have scored very many points in Copenhagen and retrieved, for example, in 2,65 points in average per match at home in the season 2015/16, while the away had a pointsnit on 1,63.
It is a difference of € 1.02 points between home and away. FC Nordsjælland had in the season a pointdifference of 0.53.
But where is it most difficult to play. In the Park or in Farum?
- It comes much depends on how the teams are running. Eventually I won as the opponent in the Park was in 2007, so on the basis of the statistics it must be the Park, says Victorian player Johan Absalonsen with a laugh.
Johan Absalonsen has not that great against its synthetic turf in Farum. - It is a conditions, says Victorian player. Photo: Claus Fisker/Ritzau Scanpix
He is, however, not so much in whether the substrate is one or the other, and does not belong to those who attack the Community's artificial turf.
- I will say that both places are hard to play, but for me it has not so much with the substrate to make. It has more of the qualities that make.
- Now they have had artificial turf so long in the Farum, I have accustomed myself to it. It is different than grass, but we have, for example, right now in Haderslev, a trajectory that is significantly worse than the MCH Arena in Herning. So there is also a difference.
- Such are the terms, and it must be able to adapt, says the seasoned south Jutland-man.
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