Compilation of EURO 2024 Venue Stadium Profiles, What is the Capacity Like?


June 28, 2024

Compilation of EURO 2024 Venue Stadium Profiles, What is the Capacity Like?

The world's eyes are focused on the EURO 2024 football party in Germany. Competitions between European countries are always interesting to watch because these competitions are studded with stars from top clubs. But this time, they appeared to represent their country. This competition will take place 14 June - 14 July 2024 at 10 stadium venues.

However, for all the attractiveness of the performances of mega star athletes, have you ever known the profile & capacity of the stadium which will be the venue for EURO 2024 in Germany this time? Let's look at the following article.

1. The Olympiastadion
The Olympiastadion is a sports stadium at the Olympiapark Berlin in Berlin, Germany. It was originally designed by Werner March for the 1936 Olympic Season. However, the stadium underwent renovations in 2004.

Now, the Olympiastadion has a spectator capacity of up to 74,475 seats. The home of the Hertha BSC club from the Bundesliga top division is one of the largest stadiums in Germany and is suitable for international football matches.

2. Allianz Arena
Allianz Arena or also known as Munich Football Arena is a stadium in Bavaria, Germany. The capacity of this football arena has 70,000 seats for international matches and 75,000 seats for domestic matches. Known for its exterior made of bulging ETFE plastic panels, it is the first stadium in the world with a completely color-changing exterior.

The headquarters of the Bayern Munich club is the second largest stadium in Germany. Historically, this stadium was also the venue for the opening match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

3. BVB Dortmund Stadium

BVB Dortmund Stadium or its other name is Signal Iduna is located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. This stadium is the home ground of the Borussia Dortmund club. This stadium is one of the most famous football facilities in Europe and is due to its attractive ambience.

BVB Dortmund Stadium has a capacity for league matches of 81,365 spectators. Meanwhile, the capacity for international matches reached 65,829 spectators. This stadium is the largest football infrastructure in Germany and the seventh largest in Europe.

4. Stuttgart Arena

Stuttgart Arena or often called MHPArena is a football stadium in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany. This stadium is the headquarters of the Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart. The stadium has a capacity of 60,441 spectators for league matches and 54,906 spectators for international matches.

Historically, the Stuttgart Arena has hosted football matches at the 1974 FIFA World Cup, 1988 UEFA Euro, 2006 FIFA World Cup. Apart from that, in particular it has also been the venue for the 1959 European Cup Final, a repeat of the 1962 European Cup Winners' Cup final, and the Cup Winners' Cup final. 1988 European Cup Final and second leg of the 1989 UEFA Cup final.

5. Arena AufSchalke

Arena AufSchalke or currently known as Veltins-Arena is a football stadium in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. One of the advantages of this stadium is that it has a roof that can be opened and closed. As the home ground for FC Schalke 04, this stadium has a capacity of 62,271 people for league matches and 54,740 people for international matches.

Historically, Arena AufSchalke has hosted important events, including the 2004 UEFA Champions League final, five matches at the 2006 FIFA World Cup including the quarter-finals, and the 2010 Ice Hockey World Championship.

In the entertainment industry, the arena has been a concert venue for major artists and bands, including The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, and Metallica, and will host upcoming tours by Rammstein, AC/DC, and Taylor Swift.

6. Frankfurt Arena

Frankfurt Arena or also known as Waldstadion or Deutsche Bank Park is a sports stadium with a retractable roof in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. Home stadium of football club Eintracht Frankfurt, opened in 1925. Deutsche Bank Park has a capacity of 58,000 spectators for league matches and 53,800 for international matches.

7. Volksparkstadion

Volksparkstadion is a football stadium in Hamburg, Germany, with a capacity of 57,000 for league matches and 51,500 for international matches. This makes it the eighth largest stadium in Germany. This stadium is the team headquarters for two clubs, namely Hamburger SV from the Bundesliga from 1953 until now & FC Shakhtar Donetsk from the Ukrainian League from 2023 until now.

8. Dusseldorf Arena

Düsseldorf Arena or Esprit Arena or Merkur Spiel-Arena is a football stadium in Düsseldorf, Germany. The stadium has a retractable roof, as well as a heating system that makes it possible to host events comfortably all year round. The arena currently hosts the association football team Fortuna Düsseldorf.

The Düsseldorf Arena has a capacity of 54,600 spectators for football matches and 66,500 for music concerts. Although the stadium was not one of the venues for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, it has hosted several international matches since its opening.

9. RheinEnergieStadion

Previously known as the Müngersdorfer Stadium, it is a German football infrastructure in Cologne. This stadium is the home of two Bundesliga teams, namely FC Köln & Viktoria Koln.

RheinEnergieStadion was one of five stadiums that hosted the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup and 2006 FIFA World Cup, and hosted the 2020 UEFA Europa League Final behind closed doors. The stadium has a capacity of 50,000 spectators for league matches and 45,965 spectators for international matches.

10. Red Bull Arena

Previously known as Zentralstadion is a football facility located in Leipzig, Saxony, Germany. It is the largest football stadium in eastern Germany. It is also the home ground for Bundesliga club RB Leipzig after previously being used by FC Sachsen Leipzig from 2004 to 2009. This stadium has a capacity of 47,069 spectators for league matches and 41,600 spectators for international matches.

Historically, the Zentralstadion was the only stadium in eastern Germany to host matches in the 2006 FIFA World Cup. This stadium hosted four group matches and one round of 16 match in the tournament. A year earlier, the stadium was also one of the venues for the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup and hosted three matches of the tournament, including the match for third place. From 2005 to 2007, the Zentralstadion hosted the final of the German League Cup.

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