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Sportpark Ronhof: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The sportpark has a range of facilities, including a football pitch, several tennis courts, a gym, and a swimming pool. This Sportpark is built in the early 20th century and has a football pitch, several tennis courts, a gym, and a swimming pool.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Friday, 01.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

Ronhof was originally built as a football stadium. Sportpark Ronhof Thomas Sommer, built in the early 20th century, is now used primarily for football matches. Greuther Fürth had been formed in 1906 but already one year in their existence decided they needed a proper stadium and so Ronhof was originally built as a football stadium. Sportplatz Ronhof officially opened on September 11, 1910 with a match between Greuther Fürth and Karlsruher FV. It could then only hold around 10,000 spectators.

The stadium quickly expanded after World War One, and in the late 1920s, its capacity increased to nearly 30,000.

The wooden main stand was burned down in an air raid during the Second World War and a new stand was built in its place in 1951. The stadium recorded its highest attendance in 1952 when 32,000 people visited the derby between Fürth and Nürnberg.

This meant that the club experienced little change until the 1990s, when few changes were made because of the dwindling successes and financial problems from the 1970s and 1980s.

After moderate successes returned in the mid-1990s, Fürth presented major redevelopment plans for the then somewhat dilapidated stadium. Two new stands were built and in 1997 the renovated stadium opened with the new sponsor name Playmobil Stadion.

Despite the work stopping in 1999, new improvements were made to the South Stand in that year. Floodlights were also installed for the first time in 2001. Over the next decade further enhancements were made to the stadium, but the original South Stand from 1951 remained.

. The stadium was renamed Trolli ARENA in 2010 as the result of a new sponsorship deal, which ended in 2014 when the stadium reverted back to its original name Sportpark Ronhof. In 2016, the stadium's original name was restored.

The Club has thus tore down the uncovered South Stand and replaced it with a new covered stand, thereby increasing capacity from the previous 15,200 to the current 18,000. The Club now plans to replace the ancient main stand with a new replacement.

How to get to Sportpark Ronhof

The sportpark Ronhof is located in the north of Fürth, about 1.5 kilometres from the old town and almost a kilometre further from the railway station. The walk from the old town takes about 20 minutes, and that from the railway station about 10 minutes more. From the Hauptbahnhof or Rathaus, the stadium can be reached with bus 173, 174, or 177. Get off at stop Friedhof and walk to the stadium.

The railway station and stadium are in close proximity to one another, so when a large crowd is expected, special shuttle buses run between the two locations so that everyone arrives safely.

The Sportpark Ronhof is located close to the A73 motorway, which runs from Nürnberg city centre in northern direction. Follow the signs to the stadium and enjoy a game at this well-equipped facility.

Address: Laubenweg 60, 90765 Fürth

Greuther Furth Tickets

Tickets for the German football club Greuther Fürth can be bought online or at the Fan Shop at the stadium. If tickets still remain, they can be bought at the gate on the day of the match. Greuther Fürth rarely sells out.

Ticket prices vary between ?34.00 and ?40.00 for a seat at the long side, ?28.00 for a seat behind the goal, or ?14.00 for a standing place at one of the terraces. The most expensive tickets are usually reserved for high-profile matches.

Relevant Internet links

The official website of SpVgg Greuther Fürth, as well as the tourist information website for Fürth, are both available in German. The public transit information website for Fürth is also available in German.

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The sportpark has a range of facilities, including a football pitch, several tennis courts, a gym, and a swimming pool. This Sportpark is built in the early 20th century and has a football pitch, several tennis courts, a gym, and a swimming pool.

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