Tag: Germany


Prussian Stadium plans gather steam

Prussian Stadium

The city of Münster in Germany had published a feasibility study in August 2019 (a structural and cost-estimating study) to gauge which user requirements of German sports club SC Preußen Münster at Hammer Straße in Hamburg, Germany, can be realized in the given framework vis à vis the... » Read more


Sports venue sector braces up to COVID-19

1_Corona virus and sporting events postponed IV

Coronavirus has come as the biggest curse for mankind in 2020 and has had a disastrous effect on the world with people living on the edge. The sports venue sector has also been hugely affected with sporting events impacted globally. With events canceled or postponed, revenue streams are drying... » Read more


German football club may play in other arenas

Werder Bremen Geisterspiele

With lockdown restrictions slowly easing in Germany, the Bundesliga – Germany’s top football competition – is planning to return to the pitch on May 9, 2020, pending a nod from the German Government. If Bundesliga returns, a maximum of 300 fans will be allowed inside the stadium. However, in... » Read more


German sports club FCK walking a tightrope

Kaiserslautern Stadion

The German sports club – 1. FC Kaiserslautern (FCK) in southwest Germany – has been caught in the COVID-19 vortex. Media reports stated that the Palatinate “want to discontinue the lease payments for the Fritz Walter Stadium until further notice”. This already applies to the current... » Read more


Ghost games in Germany till September!

Germany Football League - Ghost Games

A stadium full of ecstatic an d soccer-crazy fans. That will not be the scenario until at least the end of August this year in the stadiums of Germany as the coronavirus rage continues globally. This means there will be no games with spectators until August 31st in Germany. This significant... » Read more


COVID-19 no hindrance to new municipal stadium work in Jena

Jena new stadium April 2020 update

Municipal authorities in Jena (Germany) signed on the dotted line just days before the final deadline on March, which will witness a new 15,000-plus capacity municipal stadium coming up by late 2023. Work is likely to begin in September this year irrespective of the coronavirus situation. The Jena... » Read more


Germany’s Wildpark Stadium costs go through the roof

Karlsruhe Wildpark Stadium

The construction of the Karlsruhe Wildpark Stadium in Germany is proving to be a very expensive affair. Media reports stated that an amount of 15 to 30 million euros additional expenditure is currently emerging, which is but necessary to fund the project. The costs spiralling are due to the wrong... » Read more


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