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Nov 23, 2020 · A general view inside the stadion ahead the Second Bundesliga match between VfB Stuttgart and SV Darmstadt 98 at Mercedes-Benz Arena on June 28, 2020 in Stuttgart, Germany.
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Vfb Stuttgart’s home stadium has come a long way since it’s construction in 1933 and unfortunate moniker, Adolf-Hitler-Kampbahn. Built by architects Paul Bonatz and Friedrich Eugen Scholer, the stadium originally held 35,000 spectators but was expanded to 70,000 a few years later following a period of interest in competitive spots following on from the 1936 Summer Olympics held in Berlin. After the war ended and the U.S occupation began, the ground was used for baseball gamed and was known as...
Below is a seating plan of Stuttgart's Mercedes-Benz Arena:
Stuttgart’s stadium is comprised of four sections: Unterturkheimer Kurve (South), Haupttribune (West), Canstatter Kurve (North) and EnBW Tribune (East). Click the thumbnails above to enlarge an image of each stand and to read a more detailed description of each part of the stadium.
Away fans are housed within the south-eastern corner of Mercedes-Benz Arena between the EnBW Tribune and the Unterturkheimer Kurve goal-end. Separated from sections of the home support courtesy of a metal fencing which run either side, the majority of seating is located in the lower tier, however there are quite a few seats located in the upper section which is comparatively much smaller. On the outside, the stadium’s oval shaped, PVC-lined canopy, makes it a futuristic looking object, remini...
Stuttgart city centre has a plentiful amounts of bars with the map below outlining the location of some of the most popular Irish Pubs in the city which usually show sports. Once you arrive at NeckarPark where the stadium is there are lots of kiosks selling pints in and around the stadium so you certainly won’t be dehydrated by the time kick-off comes.
Within Neckar Park accessed from the train station of the same name there is the popular Mercedez-Benz Museum restaurant, lesser known Sportsrestaurant im Neckarpark and the Palm Beach Stuttgart bar which is popular with home fans. Within the concourses of the stadium itself there is the standard fast-food choices such as pies, chips and frankfurters spread across 31 kiosks. Oh and beer of course.
Tickets to see Vfb Stuttgart play at home can either be purchased Online, Via phone (by calling +49 0 1806 – 99 1893) or in person at either of the two fan shops located either at the Mercedes-Benz Arena or in the city centre shop. As is the case with most Bundesliga clubs, the pricing structure is divided roughly into three categories with the cheapest tickets starting at €14.50 for standing, €21.50 for a seat behind either of the goals and around €50.00 for something central and in the main stand. For the higher category matches add anywhere up to a €20 euro premium on !
The Mercedes-Benz Arena is located approximately 5km West of the out of town Necker Park Stadium complex which is also the location of Mercedes-Benz World.
Name of stadium: Mercedes-Benz Arena: Total capacity: 60.449: 54.812 at international matches: Standing room: 11.225: including 11.225 covered: Seats: 49.224