Football World Cup 2006 Germany
The Zentralstadion, located in
Leipzig, Saxony, Germany is the home of FC Sachsen Leipzig. The club is currently playing in the Upper
In 1956 the first Zentralstadion opened, at the time it was the biggest
stadium in Germany being able to hold 100,000 spectators. However, over the
years it fell in to disuse and was costing the city too much to maintain. In
1997 the city of Leipzig decided to build a new stadium within the old stadium,
a modern state of the art stadium only for
football. The new stadium was built from December 2000 till March of 2004.
There are bridges built over the old stadium to connect with the new stadium.
The roof has an integrated floodlight design and is designed to provide
supierior acoustics. The lawn size is 80x120, the actual playing field is 68x105.
It has been integrated into the area surronding the stadium by large amounts of
trees and other greenery.
- North to South: 230 m
- East to West: 210 m
- Height to Roof: 46.5 m
Roof Area: 28,100 sq. m
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