GERMANY

Berlin

Berlin is used for regular team football in the German league. The Olympiastadion Berlin hosted 6 games during the 2006 World Cup, 3 games during the 1974 World Cup and the 2015 Champions League Final.

Cologne

Cologne is used for regular team football in the German league. The Rhein Energie Stadion hosted 5 games during 2006 World Cup, hosted the 1989 European Cup Final and the 1997 UEFA Cup Final.

Dortmund

Dortmund is used for regular team football in the German league. The Signal Iduna Park hosted 6 games during 2006 World Cup, 4 games during 1974 World Cup, plus 2001, 1997 and 1993 European Cup Finals.

Frankfurt

Frankfurt is used for regular team football in the German league. The Commerzbank Arena hosted 5 games during 2006 World Cup, 5 games during 1974 World Cup, plus 4 games during 2011 Women's World Cup.

Gelsenkirchen

Gelsenkirchen is used for regular team football in the German league; uniquely it has a retractable pitch. The Veltins Arena hosted 5 matches during the 2006 World Cup and the 2004 Champions League Final.

Germany National

Germany National is used for regular International matches. The Olympiastadion Berlin hosted 6 games during the 2006 World Cup, 3 games during the 1974 World Cup and the 2015 Champions League Final.

Hamburg

Hamburg is used for regular team football in the German league, located in Bahrenfeld, Hamburg. The Volkspark Stadion hosted 4 games during the 2006 World Cup, including and a quarter-final match.

Hannover

Hannover is used for regular team football in the German league, located in Hannover. The Niedersachsen Stadion hosted 5 matches during the 2006 World Cup and 4 matches during the 1974 World Cup.

Hoffenheim

Hoffenheim is used for regular team football in the top German league, located in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany. The Rhein-Neckar Arena hosted 4 games, during the 2011 Women's World Cup.

Leverkusen

Leverkusen is used for regular team football in the top German league and European club matches. The Bay Arena hosted 4 games during the 2011 Women's World Cup, originally a host for the 2006 World Cup.

Mainz

Mainz is used for regular team football in the top German league, located in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany. The Opel Arena has architecture that resembles the design of traditional English stadiums.

Monchengladbach

Monchengladbach is used for regular team football, by one of Germany's most famous football teams. The Borussia-Park hosted three matches during the 2011 Women's World Cup, including a semi-final.

Munich North

Munich North is used for regular team football, by Germany's most famous football team. The Allianz Arena uniquely illuminates, hosted 6 games during the 2006 World Cup and the 2012 European Cup Final.

Munich South

Munich South is used for regular team football by a top team in the 2nd Bundesliga. The Allianz Arena uniquely illuminates, hosted 6 games during the 2006 World Cup and the 2012 European Cup Final.

Stuttgart

Stuttgart is used for regular team football in the German league, located in Stuttgart. The Mercedes Benz Arena hosted 6 games during 2006 World Cup, 4 games during 1974 World Cup and 2 1988 Euros games.

Wolfsburg

Wolfsburg is used for regular team football in the top German league. The Volkswagen Arena hosted four matches during the 2011 Women's World Cup, including a quarter-final match.

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