The Waldstadion, also recognized as the Commerzbank Arena, is a multi-purpose sports complex owned by the state of Frankfurt in Germany. It had undergone two reconstructions and modification to introduce and promote the Bundesliga locally. Improved drainage and undersoil heating were installed, and a retractable roof with light membrane now lies on steel ropes. The stadium’s remodeled version has two-tiered stands holding over 50,000 fans in German and international games. It includes the actual ground for football, as well as other sports facilities like swimming pool, tennis complex, beach volleyball court, and winter sports hall.
The primary tenant of the stadium is the Eintracht Frankfurt whose administrative offices and training facilities are also located in the premises. It is primarily designed as a football arena for the home team but can be used for other turg sports and major events. It served as the site for the 2005-06 UEFA Cup, 1974 FIFA World Cup, World Bowl ’98 and 2000, and the BigCityBeats World Club Dome.
Home Team: Eintracht Frankfurt
Field Size: 114.8 X 74.4 yards