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Commerzbank-Arena, Frankfurt

(4.4/5 based on 420+ reviews on the web)
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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  • The stadium itself is great. Also from the upper part of the view on the game box super is. The atmosphere is very good, the atmosphere was also class, both the home fans and the guests fans. Unfortunately the conditions do not fit at all. The parking is very far away and unfortunately no parking or the walkways to the Stadium are weatherproof. Already, the way to the stadium was a relatively dirty affair (even without rain from above, before it rained but). Directly at the entrances, standing in the mud and sometimes in deep puddles. Inside the stadium, you get with rain depending on the wind situation, in the upper part, it is quite generous. The way back was to the real mudslinging, with a closed mud blanket on and about the shoes, which unfortunately now have to be disposed. Our friend, who was driving, now has the whole mess in the car. For me, it is not comprehensible, how you can build such a stadium without worry about the "trappings". I have been through many stages, but I have never seen something so far. I am surprised that the fans accept that Eintracht so. Due to the overall situation clearly for me, neither football nor the concert ever to go there, really a pity.
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  • Unfortunately, I was still not in there in this impusanten Gebäude.Aber from the outside it looks already powerful. Soon I will watch it from the inside
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  • Early arrival is recommended here. For the departure from the car park Gleisdreieck should be added a good STD after the game... :-( Payment of food and drink only with stadium card possible... for people, who only once are not really acceptable to a game here!
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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