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post updated 13 Feb 2021

German Stadium Designs

Key Architecture Projects online, alphabetical:

Allianz Stadium, Munich
Design: Herzog & de Meuron Architects
Munich stadium
The Allianz Arena is famous for its illuminated façade
Allianz Arena facts:
Capacity: 66,000
2,874 air cushions
World’s largest foil façade
Material: ethylene tetrafluoroethylene – ETFE
Membranes include a self-cleaning coat
Dramatic, exciting, and iconic architecture enhances and amplifies everyone’s experience. In the modern world, where image is critical, it can also significantly increase the brand values of a stadium and its sporting team. Modern stadia have become complex and sophisticated buildings, providing a range of facilities for spectators, the media, participants, and operators. But although the mix and standard of facilities can have a significant impact on the user’s experience, the key to a stadium’s success is its heart – the viewing bowl.

Berlin Olympic Stadium Building Redevelopment, east Berlin
Design: Gerkan, Marg & Partners
Berlin stadium
The Stadium has a capacity of around 72-74,000, though we understand 66,000 is the usual capacity. The building was refurbished from 2000-04 by a well-respected practice of German architects.

Frankfurt Football Stadium : Commerzbank-Arena
Frankfurt stadium
Commerzbank-Arena is a retractable roof sports stadium. Commonly known by its original name, Waldstadion (English: Forest Stadium), the stadium opened in 1925. The stadium has been upgraded several times.

Lanxess Arena, Cologne
Date built: 1998
Design: Peter Böhm Architekten
Lanxess Arena Cologne Arena
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Müngersdorfer StadionRheinEnergieStadion, Cologne
Date built: 1923; renovated : 1972-75; 2002-04
Renovation architects : Gerkan, Marg & Partners
RheinEnergieStadion
photo © webbaviation

Olympiastadion, east Berlin
Date built: 1936
Design: Werner March
Berlin Stadium building
image © isabelle lomholt
Berlin Stadium building

Olympic Velodrome, Berlin
Date built: 1999
Design: Dominique Perrault Architectes
Olympic Velodrome Berlin
photo © Werner Huthmacher / DPA / ADAGP

Olympic Swimming Arena, Berlin
Date built: 1999
Design: Dominique Perrault Architectes
Olympic Swimming Arena Germany
picture © Georges Fessy / DPA / ADAGP

Stuttgart Stadium
Date built: –
Stuttgart Building

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Nuremberg Stadium – Frankenstadion

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Rostov Stadium, Rostov-on-don, Russia
Design: Populous
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Rostov Stadium
Populous, architects of the London 2012 Olympic stadium, Sochi 2014 Olympic stadium and Soccer City 2010 World Cup stadium, have been selected as designers of the new Rostov Stadium. This will be the fourth stadium that Populous has designed in Russia to be used for the 2018 World Cup, together with Kazan, Saransk, Sochi.

National Stadium Warsaw, Poland – EURO 2012 Venue
Stadium Building Warsaw
photograph : Marcus Bredt
Warsaw Football Stadium
This stadium building will host the first EURO 2012 match. The building will form the heart of a new sports park. The construction of the building is divided systematically into two. The stand consists of prefabricated concrete parts. Above this is a steel wire net roof with a textile membrane hung on freestanding steel supports with inclined tie rods.

Buildings / photos for the German Arena Architecture page welcome

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