The LGCT and Global Champions League team event will take place in the city’s Olympic Stadium and add another layer to Stockholm’s rich equestrian heritage after hosting the Olympics in 1912 and 1956 and the World Equestrian Games in 1990.
Five-time Olympic medalist Ludger Beerbaum will also be in action alongside fellow Olympians such as Edwina Tops-Alexander, Scott Brash, Michael Whitaker, Nicola Philippaerts and Jerome Guery.
In the GCL, the Shanghai Swans will be looking to defend their eight-point lead over Miami Celtics with a further point back to St. Tropez Pirates back in third.
Stockholm joins New York and Montreal as three brand new venues for the expanded 2019 GCT circuit, which incorporates 20 stops.
It’s the fourth leg of the Tour’s 13-stop European swing before heading back across the Atlantic to Montreal, Canada and then on to New York ahead of the GC Prague Playoffs from November 21-24.