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

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Mungersdorfer

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

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The Müngersdorfer Stadion was the former home of 1. FC Köln. The stadium stood in the place of the present RheinEnergieStadion before it was demolished in 2001. The Müngersdorfer Stadion was constructed with the primary objective of elevating the status of the city of Cologne and providing jobs for 15,000 people in the early 1920s during a time of general pessimism.

German football was given a new impetus and professionalism was introduced. The stadium opened on September 16, 1923 and an alleged 300,000 people attended the event. At that time, it had only 3,000 seats, but it served as a major source of pride for the German people. German football received a boost from its establishment and professionalization ensued thereafter.

As Germany's premier sports venue, the Berlin Olympic Stadium played an important role in country's history. It was the site of Germany's first international match, a 2-2 draw with Holland in 1927. Over the years it has hosted a wide range of events, from football to concerts. It is still used for major sporting occasions today.

Köln's stadium, which had been in use for over 50 years at the time, was seen as needing renovation. Various proposals were made for a new football stadium that would have a capacity of around 80,000. However, because of the high costs associated with construction, these plans were abandoned and Cologne missed out on hosting the 1974 World Cup.

Construction on the new stadium finally began in 1973 and it was completed in 1975. It had a capacity of 61,188 and it was the first covered stadium in Germany. The derby between 1. FC Köln and Fortuna Köln was played at the new stadium on the 12th of November 1975.

Unfortunately it was not a very successful event and the stadium only had a limited capacity for spectators. Once again, Cologne had one of the most modern stadiums in Germany, and this time it was selected as a playing venue for the Euro 1988 tournament. Unfortunately, it hosted only two group matches at the tournament; nevertheless, it was not a very successful event, and the stadium only had a limited capacity for spectators.

The stadium had significantly aged by the late 1990s and in order to be a host city for the 2006 World Cup plans were made to replace it with a brand new one, the current RheinEnergieStadion.

 

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