Allsvenskan
Mo 19:00
Major League Soccer
Mo 01:30
The most important soccer matches this week from Monday to Thursday.
The upcoming soccer matches this weekend from Friday to Sunday.

Eintracht-Stadion: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium was originally funded by the club's members and it cost 2.6 million Reichsmarks to build. The Eintracht-Stadion was built in 1923 when Eintracht needed a larger replacement for a ground they occupied on the Helmstedter Straße. The stadium was originally funded by the club's members and it cost 2.6 million reichsmarks to build.

Eintracht Stadion

/assets/nicole-sommer.jpg
Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The stadium was originally just called the Eintracht-Stadion, but in 1949 it became known as the Olympiastadion after the success of the German team at the games that year. However, when East Germany won the 1972 Olympic Games, they only allowed Olympic images and symbols to be used on or around the stadium, officially renaming it Dynamo-Stadion. The Eintracht-Stadion was built in 1923 when Eintracht found themselves needing a larger replacement for their ground on Helmstedter Straße. The stadium was originally just called the Eintracht-Stadion, but in 1949 it became known as the Olympiastadion after the success of the German team at the games that year. However, when East Germany won the 1972 Olympic Games, they only allowed Olympic images and symbols to be used on or around the stadium - officially renaming it Dynamo-Stadion. The stadium officially opened on June 17, 1923 with a friendly between Eintracht and FC Nürnberg. The main stand got completed one year later, after which the stadium could hold 24,000 spectators.

Eintracht-Stadion underwent a large renovation after the Second World War and was capable of seating up to 30,000 people. In 1955, it hosted the DFB-Cup final between Karlsruher and Schalke 04. The stadium was further expanded to a capacity of 40,000 when Eintracht promoted to the Bundesliga in 1963.

The original Eintracht-Stadion, built in the 1970s, was not able to meet the increasing demand for attending matches. In 1979, construction commenced on a new main stand that was to be much taller and more spacious. However, spiraling construction costs caused the club to nearly go bankrupt, and they were relegated to the 2. Bundesliga in 1982.

In the 1980s and early 1990s, Eintracht-Stadion suffered from disrepair and the southern curve was closed to the public. The curve gradually became overgrown with bushes and trees.

Renovation work finally started in 1995 and included the construction of a new south curve, conversion of standing areas into seating, and new floodlights.

Construction continued in the late 2000s with the construction of a new covered north curve, and finally in 2013 the refurbishment of the main stand, which was mainly aimed at adding and improving hospitality facilities.

How to get to Eintracht-Stadion

Eintracht-Stadion is located in the north of Brunswick, near the old town. It is just over 2 kilometers from the city's main railway station and 5 kilometers away from the city's south. The stadium can be reached with the tram M1 or M2. Both can be caught from the main railway station or Rathaus or Hagenmarkt in the old town. Get off at stop Stadion if taking the M1, or at stop Gesundheitsamt if taking the M2. It is a 17-minute journey from the railway station and only 10 minutes from the old town.

Address: Hamburger Straße 210, 38112 Braunschweig

Eintracht Braunschweig Tickets

Tickets for Eintracht matches can be bought online, by phone +49 (0) 1805 121895, or at one of the many sales outlets. Do you know where the sales outlets for Eintracht-Stadion and the Eintracht club shop are?

Due to Eintracht's recent successes, attendance has shot up and remains high after their return to the 2. Bundesliga. While most matches won't sell out and tickets can still be bought on the day at the gate, it is advised to buy tickets in advance for the high-profile matches.

Ticket prices vary from ?22.00 for a seat at the curve to ?31.00 for a seat at the main stand. Standing costs ?14.00. If tickets are bought in advance, they are ?1.00 cheaper.

You can find a seating plan here.

Fastest livescore
  • ✓ Fastest goal alarm
  • ✓ Most leagues
  • ✓ Fast scorers info
  • ✓ Quota integration
Other Websites + Eintracht Stadion
  • — No livescore
  • — Long delay to the goal alarm
  • — No player info
  • — No odds
Best soccer videos
  • ✓ Instant goal stories
  • ✓ International transfers
  • ✓ Summary videos
  • ✓ All livestreams at a glance
Other Websites + Eintracht Stadion
  • — No goal videos
  • — Local TV channels only
  • — No summaries
  • — Often illegal streams
Compact stats
  • ✓ All constellations
  • ✓ Real time game statistics
  • ✓ Live tables
  • ✓ Football predictions
Other Websites + Eintracht Stadion
  • — No exhibitions
  • — No player infos
  • — Obsolete tables
  • — Not suitable for betting
  Live Stream Matches
2 Matches
Allsvenskan - Round 12
Today
19:00
IFK Göteborg
Degerfors
Superliga - Round 06
Today
22:00
Arsenal de Sarandi
Estudiantes

Popular search queries

Eintracht Stadion

Eintracht-Stadion: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022).

The stadium was originally funded by the club's members and it cost 2.6 million Reichsmarks to build. The Eintracht-Stadion was built in 1923 when Eintracht needed a larger replacement for a ground they occupied on the Helmstedter Straße. The stadium was originally funded by the club's members and it cost 2.6 million reichsmarks to build.

Copyright © 2013-2022 SocaPro Inc - Global Gateway 8, SC
About Us    Terms and Conditions     Contact Us