Brotherhood Plaza is one of the first skate plazas in Sweden with more than 1600 square meters to skate. With grass gaps, curbs, banks, hips and even a bowl this D.I.Y park is surely worth a visit. With a colorful mix of obstacles, the founder, David Krug, in collaboration with Stockholm City and the local community, made sure that there will always be new lines to be discovered at the plaza. With more of an urban vibe going on this plaza is frequently visited and cherished by most skaters in the Stockholm county and also a must tour-stop for skaters passing by in the area code.
Words + photos by Nicklas Höglund (@niemho)
Get straight on the green subway line to Skarpnäck from the Stockholm City Main Station (T-centralen). Go to the last subway stop Skarpnäck (less than 20 minute train ride). When you come out , the only exit, at the Skarpnäck subway stop just turn left and walk straight for a couple of minutes and you will be at the Brotherhood Plaza.
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