Herfølge Stadium (Danish: Herfølge Stadion) is an association football stadium located in Herfølge, Køge municipality, Denmark. It has been the home ground of Herfølge BK (HB) since 1936 and has previously hosted the professional superstructure HB Køge (2009–2018). In November 2018, the total capacity of 8,000 spectators (with 3.440 seatings) made it among the 25th largest football stadiums in Denmark. Both the land, on which the stadium is located, and the related buildings have since December 2009 been fully owned by Køge Municipality. Due to sponsorship arrangements with commercial companies, the stadium has been known under three previous names, SEAS-NVE Park (2009–2016), Cactus Park (2016–2018) and Capelli Sport Stadion (2018). The stadium's current attendance record of 8,172 spectators dates back to a 1996–97 Danish Superliga match on 17 June 1997, when Herfølge BK lost 2–1 against Brøndby IF. The stadium has hosted one European Cup match on 9 August 2000, when the Danish league champions Herfølge BK played at home against the Scottish league champions Rangers F.C. in the third qualifying round of the 2000–01 UEFA Champions League.