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Old August 3rd, 2017, 01:24 AM   #2321
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Old August 6th, 2017, 04:22 AM   #2322
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Entrepreneur Mey wants to help Munich 1860: "Building a stadium"

Entrepreneur Gerhard Mey will continue to invest as an investor at the TSV 1860 Munich and has already spent very ambitious goals. "I'm saying this very clearly: We are building a stadium for the TSV 1860 Munich!" Said Mey, who holds 50 percent of Webasto, an interview given by the Süddeutsche Zeitung (Friday). He has "two motivated investors on the side, who scratch with their feet and say: If you get it as you imagine everything, and if you are personally in front of the project 1860, then it is highly exciting for us, " An arena with 40,000 spectators was" realistic "for him in the long term.
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Old November 3rd, 2017, 06:50 PM   #2323
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Munich's Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter announced at the home game of 1860 Munich against the SpVgg Oberfranken Bayreuth in Grünwalder Stadium that he wants to increase the stadium capacity to 15,000 seats.

Reiter told the evening newspaper that he wanted to make this possible in the coming winter break. As Stadionwelt reported , Mayoress Christine Strobel had also been in favor of expanding the number of spectator seats to 15,000. However, the expansion should start only in the summer break. "Funds are available in the budget, and we want to be able to afford them for the great fans and also for the young and aspiring team of the sixties," Reiter continued.

In the coming week, the mayor wants to meet with the sports department and clarify questions of statics. A large-scale concession of the currently not fully usable counter stands should help out and improve the problems with the static. But whether this work can be carried out in the winter, should result in discussions with experts.
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Old November 23rd, 2017, 06:58 PM   #2324
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Next week, the city council will vote on a capacity expansion of the Grünwalder Stadium , venue of TSV 1860 Munich. The city now inquired about an expansion to 18,500 seats.

Now that it became known that a broken main fuse for the power outage and the associated game cancellation against the TSV Buchbach in the Regionalliga Bayern had the consequence, now Wednesday the city council will decide on the expansion to 15,000 spectator seats. Even though sections of the western curve in the Grünwalder Stadium are currently being opened up to fans, the audience restriction remains at 12,500 by the end of this season.

Although from a static point of view nothing would speak against an extension. Reason are the noise protection and the security concept. But a speaker of the department for sport and education told the "tz" that a small increase in capacity is well justifiable and also the noise emission would not be significant under licensing law. To ensure the planned 15,000 spectator seats, the club wants to build new soundproof doors, as well as reinforce the breakwaters and block separations.

The city had also inquired about an extension to 18,500 places, but more had to be repaired for this. For this, so the city, the entire west curve would have to be redeveloped and this would affect the game operation of 1860. However, the sports department says that a major refurbishment of the Lion Stadium would be urgently needed. For the club, a refurbishment in the long term would be good, since the stadium is currently "only" third-rate. Lord Mayor Dieter Reiter had recently declared a stadium capacity of 15,000.
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Old December 27th, 2017, 01:23 PM   #2325
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Construction work on Munich's Grünwald Stadium is now underway. That's what the city announced. Accordingly, the blocks F1 and F2 are to be renovated first, then block J.




Munich - The Munich Building Department has started work on the reopening of the west curve. This was announced by the city on Friday. Accordingly, new breakwaters will be installed in blocks F1 and F2 and the grandstand steps will be repaired. Construction work is to continue as long as the weather permits, according to the city of Munich.


Afterwards, block J is to be equipped with wave breakers, i. e. railings between the standing areas. It is planned to release the previously closed areas again after the winter break until the start of the match,"says construction supervisor Rosemarie Hingerl.

West curve to be put back into operation soon
For the 2018/19 season, the stadium's capacity will be increased from 12,500 to 15,000 spectators. However, a new building permit is required for this, according to the city of Munich in its communication. The noise situation in the neighbourhood is therefore to be improved by noise protection measures. Beatrix Zurek, Sports Officer of the City of Munich, commented on the refurbishment:"Thanks to the planned construction measures, the western curve can be put back into operation soon. As a sports consultant, I'm very happy about that - after all, football depends not only on what happens on the pitch, but also on the atmosphere in the stadium."

In November, the Munich City Council gave the go-ahead for a redevelopment of the western curve. Since relegating from the 2nd Bundesliga to the Bavarian regional league, TSV 1860 Munich has played its home games in the Grünwald stadium. So far the crowd has been enormous, and the stadium is often sold out. The friends of the Sechzger Stadium had also stated that in theory up to 20,000 spectators would fit into the stadium. However, it would be a long way to go before then. However, the fact that the city has shown its willingness to talk and that the first construction works have now begun is a good sign for the future of the lions on Giesing's heights.
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Old March 2nd, 2018, 06:49 AM   #2326
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Old March 4th, 2018, 05:12 PM   #2327
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They should have integrated the main building better into the stadium structure. Those technical stuff ontop of the roof also looks aweful. Another thing that bothers me: That building, the main facade, isnt facing the city, it facing to a mountain, were it cant be seen by the most people passing by or going to the stadium. All other facades are ugly open concrete poles and stuff. Could have been better.
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Old July 10th, 2018, 10:03 AM   #2328
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Gelsenkirchen - A new and smaller Parkstadion -15000

Schalke 04 announced yesterday that the construction of the mini stadium on the grounds of the club is about to begin. Parts of the old, mostly demolished parkstadion will be integrated into the new stadium.
The completion of all buildings and pitches on the picture is planned for 2021.
In addition to the new stadium, a building that will serve as the transition between the training grounds and the Veltins Arena will be the heart of the complex. This building will be for the fans, a larger fan shop, a pub for the fans, the museum of the club and other facilities will be accommodated there.



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Old December 10th, 2018, 04:57 PM   #2329
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Where does 1860 Munich play in the future?

After relegation from the 2nd Bundesliga in the Regionalliga Bayern drew 1860 Munich in Grünwalder Stadium. However, the stadium is not in second division - what is the long-term solution?

"I think the trend is back to the city stadium and the stadium is out of fashion on the green field. With a sixties stadium we have better marketing opportunities than with a new building in the prairie, where there is no relation to sixty. As far as lodges and business seats are concerned, we need to find creative solutions, "said Reisinger.

The desire is clear: The stadium on the Grünwalder road is to be rebuilt and expanded. A return to the Allianz Arena is completely excluded. Even a move to the Olympic Stadium is unrealistic, but not entirely off the table. "If we could find such a solution as in Leipzig, such a stadium in the stadium. That would have something. I would be there for that. Make everything a little tighter, lawn heating. It could also be a home, "Reisinger said.
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Old January 7th, 2019, 01:00 PM   #2330
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Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter has commissioned a feasibility study, which will analyze an expansion of the Grünwalder stadium. Three different scenarios are being examined.

The Municipal Stadium on the Grünwalder Straße currently has a capacity of 15,000 - and is used at the home games of 1860 in the season so far always to 100 percent capacity. The Giesinger could probably easily sell more tickets, if it allowed the stadium then. Therefore, Munich's Mayor Dieter Reiter commissioned a feasibility study so that the question of the possible number of spectators in the Grünwalder Stadium can be answered. The call for tenders for the study runs until 31 January, three months after the award, the report will be presented.

Three different scenarios are being examined for their feasibility and affordability: a possible expansion to 18,600, 25,000 or 30,000 seats. Important aspects with regard to safety, traffic, noise protection and urban planning should be examined. The requirements of the DFL with regard to licensing for the second or first Bundesliga should also be considered. The time required for a conversion to the respective capacity is also examined in the study.

Although the current capacity of 15,000 is also sufficient for higher leagues, other requirements, such as in the area of ​​boxes and VIP areas, are not yet met. Also logistical problems because of the narrowness in the residential area or parking facilities for TV-broadcasting vehicles should be clarified by the study.
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Starting 2020 Waldstadion in Frankfurt will be modernized for Euro 2024. Also the capacity will be expanded. Exact numbers are not yet official, but it's expected to be an increase from 48500 to 53800 seats (for Bundesliga/DFB Pokal where standing is allowed capacity will increase from 51500 to 60-61000).
Eintracht and City of Frankfurt are still negotiating about which party will pay how much for this though.

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SC Freiburg New Football Stadium (~35k)

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City Council receives feasibility study in June

Can the stadium be extended on Grünwalder Straße? And if so, how many viewers can find maximum space? The result will be presented to the City Council in Munich on June 24th.

At the last plenary session of the city council before the summer break, the theme of stadium expansion will be discussed. After the analysis, the city council must decide how to proceed with the home of 1860 Munich.

BILD reported in mid-June that the hoped-for capacity increase from 1860 to 30,000 seats was probably not feasible. The upper limit is apparently at 18,000 spectator seats, which would probably bring no great profitability for the club, since a first-line conversion would require enormous investment.

On July 19, 1860 opened the season of the 3rd league with a home game against Prussia Münster.
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The long-awaited feasibility study for the expansion of the stadium on Grünwalder Straße is here. The stadium could be rebuilt Zweitligatauglich, the result is sobering for the club but.

The absolute upper limit for an expansion of capacity in the Municipal Stadium on Grünwalder Straße is 18,060 spectator seats. An increase in viewer capacity beyond that is not possible and would even jeopardize existing football operations. But even the increase of 3,060 seats from the current 15,000 to 18,060 is not readily possible.

These are the most important results of the feasibility study, which the architecture and planning office Albert Speer and Partner has created on behalf of the City of Munich. The feasibility study will be presented in the plenary meeting of the city council on Wednesday. The most important findings are:
The capacity cap of the stadium is 18,060. An increase in seats beyond this number is not permitted for legal reasons (for example, planning law, sound insulation). Structural measures can only be inventory-oriented.

The goal of expanding capacity could even be reversed: the establishment of a new development plan, which is indispensable, leads to new tests (number of parking spaces, sound insulation), which according to the experts of Albert Speer and Partners "not completed successfully can "be. An increase of 18,060 seats would mean even the end for the professional football operation in the stadium.

The scope of recommissioning of previous authorized capacity can be assumed to be 18,060 places. So far there is no planning permission, but would be mandatory for the operation. Currently, the stadium is expanded and approved for 15,000 seats.
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On July 24, the city council of Munich decides on the plans to rebuild the Grünwalder Stadium - several parties have already signaled their approval. The Olympic Stadium is still an option.

The result of the feasibility study on the conversion of the Municipal Stadium on Grünwalder Straße is on Wednesday topic in the Munich City Council. Already on Monday met the deputies of the individual city council factions to discuss the feasibility study. Both the CSU and SPD as well as the Greens and the Bavarian party have already announced that they want to agree to the plans.

In addition to the Grünwalder Stadium, the Olympic Stadium will also be the topic of the city council session. The planning office Albert Speer und Partner, which has already designed the feasibility study for the Grünwalder Stadium, has also been working on a renewed upgrade of the Olympic Stadium.

The results show that it would be possible to use the stadium up to a capacity of 40,000 spectators.
According to the plans, the pitch will be moved closer to the covered grandstand - the counter would not be used in the game mode. In comparison to the municipal stadium on Grünwalder Straße, the necessary infrastructure would already be available in and around the stadium, so that no major investments would have to be made there.
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Hi all

Looking for some advice.

For a game at the Arena AufSchalke that kicks off at 6pm, would I make it back to Gelsenkirchen Main Station for 9.10pm? I have a train connection I have to make as its the last one. Not sure how busy the tram or roads are after the match.

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You should do, but don't hang about after the full time whistle, get straight into the queue for the tram back to the hbf.

I was at the hbf 30 mins after the final whistle when I went last season.
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