Opened in 1974, the Signal Iduna Park (formerly known as Westfalen Stadium) is the largest soccer (football) stadium in Germany and seats 81,360 spectators. It is the home of the football club Borussia Dortmund. If you want to experience the true German football culture then the Signal Iduna Park is the place to be, you can find it all here!
The Borussia Park stadium is the home of German Bundesliga football club Borussia Mönchengladbach. The stadium is the center of all the sports facilities located in the ‘Nordpark’ of the North Rhine-Westphalian city of Mönchengladbach.
In the 21st century, architects and engineers are the artists of modern times. So, pack your passport and camera as we visit some of the most breathtaking stadiums from around the globe.
Stadion An Der Alten Forsterei (translated to stadium next to the old foresters house) opened in 1920. Terraced on three sides there are just 3,617 seats, all located in the main stand (haupttribune). The stadium has been the focus of redevelopments over the last 30 years which have resulted in a modern, bright and fit for purpose stadium.
Fashion, finance, and Fortuna are just three reasons people visit Dusseldorf. Add the renowned local Altbier, the picturesque Aldstadt and some amazing avant-garde architecture and your 1970’s stereotype of Dusseldorf as an industrial relic quickly vanishes. The Esprit-Arena, home of the mighty Fortuna since 2004, encapsulates the transformation.
The vociferous home fans, housed in terraces at the NordKurve end of the ground do their best. As the match intensity grows, both home and away fans rise to the occasion and produce an impressive backdrop to the on-pitch action.