Germany

Rhine Energy Stadium

In 2006, as part of the World Cup, the Rhine Energy Stadium hosted 4 matches of the group stage and one match of the 1/8 finals.

Rhine Energy Stadium

The Bundesliga team FC Köln is training at the RheinEnergieStadion stadium. Previously, red and white trained at the Müngersdorfer stadium, built in 1975. On the eve of the 2006 World Cup, the stadium underwent a major restructuring. The work cost more than 100 million euros and were completed in early 2004.

Periodically, stadiums hold pop concerts. On working days in the evening from 17:00 to 19:00 organized tours are organized around the stadium (except for those days when matches are held).

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How to get there

Take the U1 metro to Rheinenergie-Stadion.

Watch the video: Rhine Energy stadium in Cologne, Germany (April 2020).

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