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Red Bull Arena: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The stadium has a maximum capacity of 50,000 and was originally designed to be used for football matches, but it also became the home of FC Red Bull Salzburg, who played their first ever game in the stadium on 15 August 2004. The Red Bull Arena was built between 2000 and 2004. The arena has a maximum capacity of 50,000 and is used primarily for football matches, but it also became the home of FC Red Bull Salzburg, who played their first ever game in the stadium on 15 August 2004.

Zentralstadion

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Wednesday, 29.June 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The Red Bull Arena in Leipzig, until 2010 called Zentralstadion, was built between 2000 and 2004 with the goal of hosting the 2006 World Cup. The stadium got built on the site of the old Zentralstadion, which was completely demolished with just the green outer banks remaining. The new arena opened in the summer of 2004. Its total costs had amounted to ninety million dollars.

The 2006 World Cup was hosted by the stadium in 2006. It hosted four group matches and the round of 16 match between Argentina and Mexico (2-1).

For a few years FC Sachsen Leipzig occupied the stadium, however poor attendances made them decide to move back to their old ground.

With the takeover of SVV Markranstadt by Red Bull in 2010, the stadium found a new occupant in RB Leipzig. At about the same time, Red Bull bought the naming rights of the stadium for a period of 30 years.

RB Leipzig has been experiencing increased success on the pitch and strong attendance, prompting Red Bull to explore building a new, more modern and larger club-owned stadium. However, the city of Leipzig prefers RB Leipzig to stay at the Zentralstadion and is currently in discussion with Red Bull about selling the stadium to them.

The Red Bull Arena is a stadium that is located in the city of Harrison, New York. It is one of three Red Bull Arenas in the world, with the other two being in Salzburg, Austria and New Jersey, United States.

How to get to the Red Bull Arena

The Red Bull Arena is located east of Leipzig's city center and central railway station. A walk there should take between 20 and 30 minutes, depending on how fast you walk. Alternatively, you can take tram 3, 7, or 15 from the main railway station to the stadium in only 7 minutes. Get off at stop Sportforum.

If arriving by car, take exit 17 from the A9 (which runs west of the city). Follow the B181 in the direction of the city. After about 10 kilometers turn left onto the Rückmarsdorfer Straße. Follow (with a slight left onto Hans-Driesch-Straße) until, after the bridge, you reach the stadium.

Address: Am Sportforum 3, 04105 Leipzig

Eat, drink, and sleep near the Red Bull Arena

The Red Bull Arena Leipzig is located in an urban area that has a few restaurants and bars nearby, but you can explore the city centre more easily by eating and drinking in the nearby city centre. Most of the bars can be found in the old town or south of the centre along Karl-Liebknecht-Straße. The hotel Arena City Leipzig Mitte is the closest hotel to the Red Bull Arena, but there are many other hotels in Leipzig's city centre that are all within reasonable walking distance.

RB Leipzig Tickets

Tickets for RB Leipzig matches can be bought online, at the Red Bull Shop in the city centre, or at Arena Ticket at Am Sportforum 2 near the Red Bull Arena. Tickets are typically available at the ticket windows of the stadium two hours before the start of the match. RB Leipzig has had a difficult time selling tickets since they were promoted to the Bundesliga, which is likely due to their high demand.

The ticket prices for a match depend on the opposition. Typically, tickets cost from ?15.00 for seats behind the goal to ?55.00 for seats in the center of one of the sides. However, prices can increase up to ?20.00 for matches against high-profile opponents.

Relevant Internet links

RB Leipzig's Official website is redbulls.com, their official website for the Red Bull Arena is sportforum-Leipzig.com, and their official website for tourist information in Leipzig is leipzig.de. Finally, public transport information in Leipzig can be found at Lvb.de And there just aren't enough toilets to meet the demand for all the beer being drunk. Outside the ground it was like a construction site - you had to walk through mud and puddles to reach the turnstiles. I'm guessing this is better in summer.

There are not enough toilets to cope with the demand of all the beer being drunk. Outside the ground is like a building site - you have to walk through mud and puddles to reach the turnstiles. I'm guessing this is better in summer.

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Red Bull Arena: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022).

The stadium has a maximum capacity of 50,000 and was originally designed to be used for football matches, but it also became the home of FC Red Bull Salzburg, who played their first ever game in the stadium on 15 August 2004. The Red Bull Arena was built between 2000 and 2004. The arena has a maximum capacity of 50,000 and is used primarily for football matches, but it also became the home of FC Red Bull Salzburg, who played their first ever game in the stadium on 15 August 2004.

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