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Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt

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Locals commonly call Commerzbank-Arena, a sports stadium in Frankfurt, by its original name: Waldstadion. This has been a site for sport--including the occasional game of American football--since 1925, although significant upgrades have taken place since then. It currently holds up to 51,500 spectators. Online, you can arrange a guided tour. Plan to visit Commerzbank-Arena during your Frankfurt vacation using our convenient Frankfurt tour planner.
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  • For anyone whose heart is beating, for his club, the "Waldstadion" is the second living room. The 2005 finished conversion has made it to a jewelry box. Big and yet airy, light and fragile. Not like E.g. the Munich fortress. Probably the Frankfurt fans are also more fun and lively.
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  • Able to be visited in the game there is a peek inside the stadium a little bit. If a goal behind in standing here game I is best enjoyed. And hotel is in Frankfurt, very many variations of a product is good.
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  • Here, Frankfurt's best football club plays, but there are other events in this beautiful Stadium, concerts or Sept. 2017 the performance of "Aida" by Verdi. The roof can be closed
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  • Typical modern stadium with a policy of no outside food or drinks. Very expensive for inside. The people in the Eintract fanshop are not helpful.
  • Very nice stadium. Went for Billy Joel concert here... Enough fresh air due to the open construction near the roof.
  • Modern Stadium. As you'd imagine, food and beverages are expensive and you can't bring anything. Besides, you have to get and charge a card in order to pay, which is kind of inconvenient. If you're going to see Eintracht Frankfurt play, there is also a playground where you can try other sports such as hockey, rugby or frisbee. It opens at 10, so be there early as it gets very crowded later.
  • Nice stadium! Watched Eintracht Frankfurt play Celta de Vigo!
  • Beyonce was awesome. Arena is good you can see everything