It is possible to travel by public transport to all fields used by Norway Cup during the tournament. We recommend that you take the tram and metro, over bus, where possible. Download Ruter’s journey planner app to plan your travel or use their website on https://ruter.no/en/journey-planner/#st:1,sp:0,bp:0
Take the Metro (Lines 1, 2, 3 or 4) eastbound from Nationaltheatret, Stortinget, Jernbanetorget or Grønland. Get off at Brynseng, and take bus service 23 to Simensbråten. You can also take the Metro (Line 1 or 4) to Brattlikollen, and from there walk approx. 1.5 kilometres to the Norway Cup arena.
Take tram service 18 or 19 to Ljabru and get off at Sportsplassen. From this stop it takes about 10 minutes to walk to Ekeberghallen. There are twelwe departures per hour for these two services from Jernbanetorget between 09.00 and 19.00.
There will be extra departures on service 23 (Lysaker- Simensbråten) from Økern Metro station. Simensbråten is the nearest stop to the Norway Cup arena at Ekeberg. The extra
departures will not run on Saturday 5 August.
There will be extra departures on service 34 (Tåsen-Ekeberg hageby) between Jernbanetorget and Simensbråten throughout the day. You can also take this service between Voldsløkka and the Norway Cup arena at Ekeberg. Simensbråten is the nearest stop to the Norway Cup arena at Ekeberg.
There will be extra departures on service 74 (Vika-Mortensrud) throughout the day. Take the bus to Mortensrud and get off at Ekeberghallen. Norway Cup bus service A runs between Ekebergsletta and Rosenholm via Sæter, Ljabru, Hauketo and Holmlia. Norway Cup bus service B runs between Ekebergsletta and Bøler Metro via Ryen, Abildsø and Skullerud Metro.