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Address: Moerfelder Landstrasse 362, 60528 Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
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The Commerzbank-Arena stands on the site of its great predecessor – the...

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 many changes in the past and has now, at the start of the new millennium, been completely refurbished and given a new strategic concept. The fantastic sportsmen who have played here and the spectacular football matches that have taken place are never to be forgotten.The new arena was built for sports, concerts, business events and all kinds of large gatherings. Depending on the event, it can hold up to 55,000 spectators – multi-functionality is an important aspect. The exact circumference is 860 metres; the length is 210 metres and the width 190 metres. No pillars obstruct direct view onto the pitch and the front rows are only a few metres away from the edge of the field.

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It's one of the better stadiums in Germany. You can purchase food and drinks inside but be prepared to wait as the queues can get rather long and do not seem to move very fast... read more

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Reviewed 5 days ago NEW

It's one of the better stadiums in Germany. You can purchase food and drinks inside but be prepared to wait as the queues can get rather long and do not seem to move very fast. It's best to arrive early and get something if you plan on buying food and maybe slip out 10 minutes before half time to get... More 

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Hamburg
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Don't care about soccer. But I was here for a business conference. And it was great for that! There's a business club, well-equiped. It's located in the middle of the woods - and the air smells wonderful.

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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I have visited most football stadiums in Germany and this is definitely one of the best stadiums but the organisation was terrible for purchasing food and drink. I am used to the card system at bundesliga games now but they are massively understaffed here. There was only about 2 members of staff transferring money onto the cards in my area... More 

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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Nice stadium great pitch. Easy to get to from airport. About ten minutes by taxi. Easy to get ticket at Stadium same day as game Frankfurt couldn't finish today and thus lost. Note you have to buy a card to purchase food and beverage they get a 2.5 euro fee for every card they issue

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Kildalkey
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago

Excellent tram service directly to stadium or a taxi service if you prefer. On arrival at the stadium we collected tickets pre-ordered online - all very efficient. There were several stands in this area selling food, drinks and bottles/cans of beer - queues moved quickly - nice atmosphere in this area (families with children and adults young and old) We... More 

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Reviewed 11 April 2017

I was there watching Italy - Germany for the quarter-finals on the European championship on an impressive giant screen. The venue didn't look as big as one might expect.

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Beirut, Lebanon
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Reviewed 7 April 2017 via mobile

I have been there on April 1st, 2017 to watch a football game between eintracht Frankfurt and brussiamunchenladbach...I had a last minute ticket...there was a lot of people there...it was a great atmosphere with all the fans cheering for their teams...you can buy a card to buy food and drinks...plastic cups illustrated by frankfurt eintracht players and themes are available... More 

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Reviewed 22 March 2017

we came here to watch frankfurt v hamburg, not been before i knew it was a 10 mins walk from the train station, its a bit in the middle of nowhere, but along the way there are plenty of souvenir stands and beer stalls, we thought the atmosphere in the ground was great, but the match wasnt the best, 0-0.... More 

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Liverpool, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 21 February 2017

The Commerzbank Arena (also known as the Waldstadion) is one the the best Stadiums in Germany. Set in the beautiful forest area south of the city and about 5 kilometres from its city centre, it includes the museum dedicated to top Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt, which shows the history of the club from its origins right up to the present.... More 

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Reviewed 12 January 2017 via mobile

I went there with my family in November. We did watch Frankfurt against Dortmund. It is a very nice stadium and it was sold out for the game. The atmosphere between the to fan groups were really good! - Simon

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