GERMANY

FOOTBALL

Berlin

CAPACITY :

74,064

CONSTRUCTED :

1935

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

CAPACITY :

49,968

CONSTRUCTED :

1921

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

CAPACITY :

80,645

CONSTRUCTED :

1974

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

CAPACITY :

51,500

CONSTRUCTED :

1925

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

CAPACITY :

61,973

CONSTRUCTED :

2001

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

CAPACITY :

74,064

CONSTRUCTED :

1935

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

CAPACITY :

57,000

CONSTRUCTED :

1953

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

CAPACITY :

49,200

CONSTRUCTED :

1954

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

CAPACITY :

30,150

CONSTRUCTED :

2009

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

CAPACITY :

30,210

CONSTRUCTED :

1904

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

CAPACITY :

34,034

CONSTRUCTED :

2011

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

CAPACITY :

54,000

CONSTRUCTED :

2004

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

CAPACITY :

69,901

CONSTRUCTED :

2005

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

CAPACITY :

69,901

CONSTRUCTED :

2005

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

CAPACITY :

60,441

CONSTRUCTED :

1933

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

CAPACITY :

26,385

CONSTRUCTED :

2002

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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