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The Commerzbank-Arena stands on the site of its great predecessor – the legendary Frankfurt Waldstadion. It forms an integral part of German sporting history and has always been the focal point of life in the region. The Waldstadion has gone through...more
If you are in Frankfurt and the football team plays you have to book tickets and watch the game. Those fans are one of the best supporters in Germany and atmosphere is amazing. I used to watch games when I'm in Frankfurt and they are...More
In April this year, my friend and I decided to visit the stadium to watch the Frankfurt v Hamburg match. The stadium is a short train ride from the city centre, and is accessed along a pathway, that takes you through a wooded area. The...More
The stadium itself is magnificent. Great viewing from every part of the arena and a fantastic atmosphere on match days. The fans are as devoted as anyone, yet despite consuming vast amounts of alcohol do not cause any trouble. The stadium has its own station...More
We took the short train ride down from Frankfurt city centre to go and look at the fantastic stadium which is home to Eintracht Frankfurt and although the stadium was closed it was still a great stadium to behold and I can imagine when the...More
Visited with family and friends. We were 11 - from UK and Germany. We from the UK do not speak German, and the guide who spoke very good English not once did he explain the history to us in English. I had to read snippets...More
The stadium is conveniently located just one train stop from the airport and 15 mins from downtown. A host for 2006 World cup and it shows; a modern stadium and good view from all the seats. A lot of small places to buy bear and...More
Went to see Eintracht Frankfurt vs Bayer 04 Leverkusen here. Its a brilliant stadium and we really enjoyed the experience. Getting too & from the Stadium was easy on the train from the city center and only took about 20 mins. The Frankfurt fans were...More
A great stadium, as it is pretty modern and focused on being perfect for a football match (though it also hosts a lot of music event etc.). The VIP areas are luxurious and fitting Frankfurt's state being one of the richest cities in Germany.