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Best WC 2006 venue

  • Berlin

    Votes: 205 24.4%
  • Munich

    Votes: 428 51.0%
  • Dortmund

    Votes: 130 15.5%
  • Stuttgart

    Votes: 27 3.2%
  • Gelsenkirchen

    Votes: 79 9.4%
  • Hamburg

    Votes: 51 6.1%
  • Kaiserslautern

    Votes: 39 4.6%
  • Frankfurt

    Votes: 64 7.6%
  • Cologne

    Votes: 43 5.1%
  • Nuremberg

    Votes: 16 1.9%
  • Hanover

    Votes: 31 3.7%
  • Leipzig

    Votes: 55 6.6%
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GERMANY - Favorite FIFA World Cup 2006 Stadium

Berlin (capacity 76,000)





























Munich (66,000)

















Dortmund (66,000)















Stuttgart (60,000)
















Gelsenkirchen (52,000)








































Hamburg (50,000)




























Frankfurt (48,500)


















Kaiserslautern (48,000)
































Cologne (46,134)




























Nuremberg (45,500)


























Hanover (45,000)


















Leipzig (44,000)

















 
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berlin deffo...after the roof is done this place will be like a big couldron of noise..cannot wait for WC 2006 well done Germany
 

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im really pissed off for all the world cup finals are held in fucken athletic stadiums. the has not been a single real footbal stadium since the 80s world cups (i dont like to call stade de france and the thing in tokyo football stadiums).

therefore berlin sucks. munich is great. frankfurt, cologne and hamburg are second.
the others are quite good, except for the athletic stadiums. they just suck. the fifa should forbid them.
 

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Dann hätte Deutschland aber ein 70.000+ Stadion zur WC weniger und kein Spiel mehr in der Hauptstadt.
 

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Check out these new pics from the Allianz Arena

The roof:









 
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Hanover is coming along nicely as well:





 

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Westfalenstadion before extensions began







 

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More Hanover pics:







 

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I am a big fan of the Berlin stadium, but I believe the blue track is jarring, and does not go with the rest of the stadium. The roof is incredible though.
 

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Maybe you have to put it different, I don't like them because the Arena has one. ;)
But classic stands are part of clubculture.
 

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Borussia Park looks pretty cheap IMO







 

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More Frankfurt







 

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i'd say munich followed by berlin. wow! they're really awesome structures. wish we have one or two of those, but football is not really popular in the philippines. we're more of a basketball country.
 
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