Bundesliga Bundesliga 2


Borussia Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park has become one of the theatres of modern football. With a capacity <br> crowd of 80.720, it is the largest stadium in Germany and its atmosphere is unreplicable Bayer 04 Leverkusen play their home games in the Bay-Arena, a wonderfully <br> modern stadium, last renovated in 2009 and holding a capacity crowd of 30,210 Another famous Arena in German football is Borussia Park, where Borussia Mönchengladbach play <br> their home matches. The stadium was opened in 2004 and holds a maximum of 54,067 fans One of Gemany's more cosy stadiums, the Weserstadion, home to SV Werder Bremen, was first <br> erected in the early 1900s and since its last renovation in 2008 holds 42,500 fans The ESPRIT Arena, one of a host of stadiums in the state of North-Rhine Westpalia, is the <br> home of Fortuna Düsseldorf and can hold as many as 51,500 fans The embodiment of a modern football stadium, the Allianz Arena has become the envy of clubs and assiociations the world <br> over. Bulit at a cost of €340 million, it glows red, blue and white when either FC Bayern, 1860 Munich or Germany play The easy-Credit Stadium, like its proprietors 1. FC Nuremberg, oozes tradition. Even with the running track around <br> the pitch, a special atmosphere is generated by its 48,553 fans Made famous by its four-way screen that hangs over the pitch, the Commerzbank Arena is a perfect example <br> of a modern stadium. Since the 2005 Confederations Cup it has been a football-only arena and holds 51,500 TSG 1899 Hoffenheim have the luxury of playing at the 30,150 WIRSOL Rhein-Neckar-Arena, a <br> marked improvement on their former home, the Dietmar-Hopp Stadium The Imtech Arena is the formidable home of one of Germany's most traditional and well-supported clubs, Hamburger <br> SV, and can entertain as many as 57,000 fans The Coface Arena is the home of 1. FSV Mainz 05, a huge improvement on its predecessor, Stadion am <br> Bruchweg, and a sign of Mainz's growing reputation in German football In the heart of the Black Forest lies the Mage SOLAR Arena, the picturesque home of SC Freiburg. Holding <br> 19,400 spectators, what it lacks in numbers it more than makes up for in atmosphere Yet another example of a quality German stadium, the Mercedes-Benz Arena is the pride of Stuttgart and <br> an arena that befits VfB. First built in 1933, it now holds up to 60,441 passionate supporters The Volkswagen Arena is the jewellery box of VfL Wolfsburg and one of the youngest in the land, finished <br> in 2002. The standout moment for its 30,000 supporters was Wolfsburg lifting the Bundesliga title in 2009 SpVgg Greuther Fürth play their home games at the Trolli Arena, not one of the biggest <br> stadiums in Germany but one of the most intimate, with 15,000 fans crammed in each week FC Schalke 04 are based at the Veltins Arena, where the 61,673 fans create a noise level <br> high enough to rival those at the music concerts for which the venue is also used The 30,660-strong FC Augsburg crowd really get behind their team when they play at the SGL-Arena, <br> another great example of a homely, famiily-friendly arena in the Bundesliga
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