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Waldstadion History

Address: Moerfelder Landstrasse 362
Frankfurt, 60528
Germany

The new Waldstadion is being built on the same site as its previous incarnation, which was constructed in the 1920s and renovated for the 1974 FIFA World Cup and again for the 1988 European Championships. The complete reconstruction of the stadium will involve a moveable roof. Venue for the famous waterlogged semi-final between Poland and West Germany in 1974 when a helicopter was used to dry out the pitch. Total costs for the stadium are estimated at 126 million Euros with completion expected in 2005.

Sports fans with a worldy attitude will know Waldstadion. This venue has been around since 1925 and played a part in world history the whole time. Soccer lovers know it as the home of the Eintrach Frankfurt of soccer fame. Let’s face it, the world’s most popular sport isn’t baseball or American football, it’s soccer. As a major player in European soccer Waldstadion has seen just about everything. During the 2006 FIFA World Cup Walstadion was the site of several key contests, most notably the meeting of France and Brazil in the quarterfinals. When international competition comes to Frankfurt, Germany, including the Olypmic trials, Waldstadion is always at the center of the action.

In addition to sports you’ll also see other forms of entertainment at Wadstadion. How about a venue that can host a concert by The Rolling Stones, Madonna, or the world’s biggest rock band U2? Approaching the end of its first century Waldstadion has undergone several renovations and improvements and stands ready to usher in another 100 years of entertainment.

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