Agricola Oslo Open 2020

CANCELLED: 4p international Agricola tournament in Oslo – September 11-13, 2020 – EIKWmFr draft 9

Cancelled due to COVID-19! We will get back with an announcement for Agricola Oslo Open 2021!

11-13 September there will be an international Agricola tournament in Oslo city centre. Anyone can register to participate in the tournament. All players will play 7 games in the tournament, with 2 games Friday night (from 17.00) , 3 on Saturday and 2 on Sunday (the tournament will be finished latest Sunday 16.00). The format will be draft 9 with decks EIK+Wm+France, with some cards banned. In 2019, 24 participants of which one half from outside Norway, participated. We hope for more participants from outside Norway in 2020. Every Agricola enthusiast is very welcome!

To encourage players from outside Norway to travel to Oslo, the organizers may assist finding low-budget housing.

Tournament setup and rules



Several options are available. The final choice of location will be made when we know approximately how many participants there will be.

About us

The tournament is arranged by a group of Agricola enthusiasts who live in Oslo. We are part of the board game club Ares, who has hosted weekly board game nights in Oslo since 1983, as well as the group «Agricola Norway» that (together with Ares) arrange Agricola tournaments in Oslo several times each year. The players who are mainly responsible for hosting this particular tournament are Rune Halvorsen (runeho), BA Kildalen (donba32) and Bernt Ivar Nødland (Turambar), the names in parentheses are our usernames on Agricola websites and Boiteajeux.

Contact us

For logistics and organisation (accomodation, travel advice and general questions):
DonBA32: Bjørn Andre Kildalen (

For tournament rules and setup:

runeho: Rune Halvorsen (

Travelling to Oslo

If you are flying to Oslo the closest airport is Oslo Airport Gardermoen, from which there is a 20 minute train ride to the city centre (two different options: NSB trains or airport express train, the latter is more expensive, but the former usually more crowded).