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The first grandstand, with a capacity of 8,500 spectators, was built in 1922. The Holstein-Stadion, initially called Holsteinplatz, opened on 15 October 1911 with a friendly between FV Holstein and Preussen Berlin. The first grandstand, with a capacity of 8,500 spectators, was built in 1922.

Holstein Stadion Kiel

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History and description

It was only in 1934 that the stands were built, and the stadium's official name – Holstein-Stadion – was adopted in 1938. The Holstein-Stadion originally called Holsteinplatz opened on October 15, 1911 with a friendly between FV Holstein and Preussen Berlin. It had only one wooden stand at that time. The stands were built in 1934, and the stadium's official name, Holstein-Stadion, was adopted in 1938. After the First World War, a newly formed German sports club called KSV Holstein moved into the ground. The ground proved to be too small soon, and the club got extensively expanded in 1922 with a new stand and earth banks on the other sides. At this point, it could hold about 8,000 spectators.

The stadium continued to be expanded over the next several decades, reaching its current capacity of 30,000 people in the 1950s. In the 1940s, however, it was largely destroyed during World War II and it took until 1950 for it to be rebuilt.

One year later, the stadium's record attendance was set when 30,000 fans attended a game between Holstein and HSV.

The next few decades were marked by little development with the notable exception of the installation of floodlights and the renaming of the stadium to Holstein-Stadion. The club rarely attracted more than a few thousand spectators in those years.

By the 1990s, the stadium had slowly become in disrepair. However, while the possibilities of redevelopment or moving to a new stadium were explored, little action was taken. It took until 2005, when the German FA deemed the stadium unfit to host any matches, that the situation became urgent enough for action. Two new covered stands were built as a result which opened in 2006.

Further improvements were made in the next years, and in 2018 the club announced plans to further expand the stadium with a new East Stand, which, when completed in 2018, should raise capacity to 15,000 people.

How to get to Holstein-Stadion

The Holstein-Stadion is located in the north of the city of Kiel, near its old town and main railway station. The stadium can be reached with bus 91, which departs from the main railway station or can be caught closer to the old town on Andreas-Gayk-Straße. The journey takes just under 20 minutes. Get off at stop Am Stadion and walk to the stadium.

Bus 91 only runs once every 30 minutes and has limited service in the off-peak hours, so either bus 11, 501/502, or 900/901 can be more convenient. Buses also depart from the railway station. Get off at stop Hanssenstraße, from where it's a small walk to the stadium.

Kiel has an hourly direct train service to and from Hamburg. The journey takes about 1 hour 20 minutes.

Address: Europaplatz 1, 24103 Kiel

Holstein Kiel Tickets

Tickets for Holstein Kiel games can be bought online, by phone, at the Ticket Center at the Sparkassen-Arena-Kiel in central Kiel, or at any of the Eventim sales outlets in the Kiel region. If tickets are still available, they can be bought at the stadium on the day of the match. It is recommended that people try to purchase tickets in advance, as Holstein rarely sell out in lower leagues but may sell out an occasional high-profile match.

Tickets cost either $24.00 for an uncovered seat, $31.00 for a covered seat, or $13.00 or $14.00 for standing. Tickets are $1.00 more expensive if bought on the day.

Useful websites

The Holstein-kiel website is the official website of Holstein Kiel. Kiel-sailing-city.de is the official website for Kiel's tourist information. Kvg-kiel.de is the public transport information website for Kiel.

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The first grandstand, with a capacity of 8,500 spectators, was built in 1922. The Holstein-Stadion, initially called Holsteinplatz, opened on 15 October 1911 with a friendly between FV Holstein and Preussen Berlin. The first grandstand, with a capacity of 8,500 spectators, was built in 1922.

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