Deutsche Bank Park

Deutsche Bank Park, Frankfurt: Address, Phone Number, Deutsche Bank Park Reviews: 4.5/5

Deutsche Bank Park
4.5
About
The Deutsche Bank Park 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.
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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Hampton Gourmet
New York320 contributions
Bundesliga at it's finest.
Dec 2019
We were at the outside part as the Bundesliga was on its winter break but it was still remarkable to see a German football stadium.
Written March 16, 2020
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Steve W
1,276 contributions
A visit
Mar 2020
This Arena was amazing very big and allot to see and look around it was very pleasent we both enjoyed it and to look at what we seen
Written March 4, 2020
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ANH1204
Luxembourg59 contributions
Great atmosphere
Feb 2020
The Eintracht Stadion is easily reachable by public transport. But be sure to be early if you travel from the Main Station as all the trains are absolutely packed.
Access is easy after a quick check at the entrance gates.
The atmsophere is great even if the Eintracht is not winning. Fans are spectactular
Written February 8, 2020
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Bruce M
San Diego, CA10 contributions
Very Good venue to watch soccer; disappointing if you are a Non-Smoker
Jan 2020
We enjoyed watching Eintracht Frankfurt win 2-0 vs. 1st place Leipzig on Saturday 25 January 2020. We recommend that you take the S-bahn or train to Stadion stop, then walk about 10-15 minutes to the arena. Arrive early because hordes of people arrived at same time as us at 2:45PM for a 3:30PM game. I kept smelling smoke during the 1st half and realized at half time teat people were smoking in the seating area. Very disappointing to have to smell noxious cigarette smoke while enjoying soccer. Also, plan to use the bathroom before you start the long walk to arena. We didn't see any porta-potties, just German men watering trees along the way to arena.
Written January 27, 2020
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PCliveR
Bangor, UK760 contributions
Worst ever
Nov 2019 • Friends
Having followed my team throughout Europe west and east for maybe fifty years this was by far the worst stadium experience I can recall. Remote but with transport there, access was very very slow and then what a walk in dark walkways and lacking in signage. Then no stewards and blocked passageways. Very very poor - would never be back!!
Written November 19, 2019
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MG3
Toronto, Canada326 contributions
Pleasantly surprised! Huge modern stadium
Oct 2019 • Friends
We saw eintracht Frankfurt play Bayer Leverkusen on a Friday night in October and damn this arena is something! Really didn’t expect much coming from seeing a BVB Dortmund match at Westfalenstadion but I was proven wrong. I think this arena was built for the 2006 World Cup in Germany and it shows. It’s ultra modern, has no bad seat in the place, the scoreboard is literally suspended by cables it’s insane! Match was very entertaining and seats were easy to find and comfortable. Tickets were easy to come by on their website and we’re pretty cheap considering the competition. Also it’s very easy to get to. Your match ticket doubles as a transportation ticket so don’t worry about paying that evening. It’s a 10 min ride from the main station out to the arena and then it’s a pretty decent 1 km walk with the rowdy fans into the stadium.
Written October 21, 2019
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HemelGooner
Hemel Hempstead, UK244 contributions
Great Atmosphere
Sep 2019
Modern stadium holding around 50,000 fans, the home fans create a great atmoshere throughout the game. The stadium is easy to reach by tram or train, the fare is included in your match ticket, decent fan shop and museum.
Written October 3, 2019
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Tauri Saupõld
Tallinn, Estonia19 contributions
Amazing homecrowd
Aug 2019 • Couples
If you are going to the game, go early.
Despite the arena is named after a bank there are
NO CARD payments, no paywave etc. on the station. CASH ONLY. Like in 1899.
Some say there is an atm somewhere. :/
Written August 4, 2019
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Ricardo Ruaz
Portimao, Portugal173 contributions
Too hot in the sun
Jul 2019 • Couples
Loved the stadium, the staff wasn't so good upon our arrival to a concert, we asked for help to find the entrance to our seats, and we were send to 3 different directions until we found our own by ourselves. The security staff in the main gate didn't let us take a small photo machine with us, they weren't sure if it was possible or not to take it with us so they decided not to allow us to take it inside, we arrived earlier at the gate and this delaied us a bit.
For an extremely hot day, there's no free water anywhere, the waters were too expensive, the arena too hot, not at all protected agains the sun, everyone was sweaty.
Written July 28, 2019
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Keith E
London, UK17 contributions
Great atmosphere
Apr 2019 • Solo
Easy to get to by tram or train. Interesting museum & fan shop. The atmosphere at the game was incredible. Plus a nice walk through the woods made it a pleasant trip.
Written May 7, 2019
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