Mar 17 2017

Allianz Arena

One of the most famous stadiums in the world – the Allianz is something that most stadiums aspire to be. With 75,000 seats, all with spectacular views of the pitch below – the stadium creates an atmosphere only rivalled by a few places around the world. If first class facilities aren’t enough – the stadium … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Audi Sportpark

The Audi Sportpark is a strange stadium – and is home to one of the more unique teams in football. Ingolstadt 04 was formed in 2004 as the name suggests – merging two teams together and being bankrolled by Audi. It seems that the owners knew that the team would take it’s time in attracting … Read More

Mar 17 2017

BayArena

Although famous for once having a McDonalds in its concourses – the BayArena has moved on from standard fast food and is now famous for having one of the more successful teams in Germany playing here. Although it was built in 1938 – the 30,000-capacity stadium has undergone a lot of renovations and is in … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Borussia Park

Unlike a lot of clubs who tend to go with the new age design of a bowl stadium, and an almost never ending sphere of a stand – Borussia Park has four distinct stands, all with its own atmosphere! With the most vocal fans being behind the goals – the 55,000-capacity stadium can generate and … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Brose Arena

Although the capacity of the Brose Arena is only 7,000 – its use as an entertainment arena for concerts and shows, as well as its being home to one of Germany’s biggest basketball team, means that the stadium always seems to be busy! As such, it has fantastic facilities for you to enjoy. Grab dinner … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Commerzbank Arena

Eintracht Frankfurt are glad to call this enormous 51,000 capacity stadium home and have done since 1925. It has seen some wonderful footballing nights, with plenty of internationals being played here, including in the 2005 Confederations Cup and the 2006 World Cup. This level of football is reflected by the high level of the stadium. … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Esprit Arena

Despite being around 5km away from the city centre, the Esprit Arena is worth making the trip too! Fortunately, with the large amount of public transport available free to fans in possession of a match ticket – this journey really isn’t a problem! Built in 2004, the stadium is about as modern as you could … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Fritz Walter Stadion

It’s safe to say that a trip to Kaiserslautern will be one of the nicest surprises you will have on going to a football stadium. On the face of it, a game at the Fritz Walter Stadion doesn’t sound that great – Bundesliga 2 action compared to the big boys at the top of the … Read More

Mar 17 2017

HDI Arena

The home of Hannover 96 is found is historic Hannover and although the stadium isn’t as old as the town – being built in the 1954, most of the aspects of it that could have done with an upgrade were addressed before the 2006 World Cup. As such the stadiums seats have some cracking sight … Read More

Mar 17 2017

Imtech Arena (Volksparkstadion)

Hamburger SV have been a Bundesliga institution for a while now and have seen some prestigious names play for them – so it is fitting that the Imtech Arena is one of UEFA’s Elite Stadiums. Not just any stadium gets an honour like this, so this tells you that the 57,000-capacity crowd always has a … Read More