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  • Augsburg

    Augsburg

    The FIFA Women's World Cup Stadium in Augsburg was completely rebuilt exclusively for football between 2007 and 2009, celebrating its official opening...

    Augsburg
  • Berlin

    Berlin

    The Berlin Olympiastadion has a long and illustrious history. First built in 1936, it was inaugurated with the start of the Olympic Games on 1 August...

    Berlin
  • Bochum

    Bochum

    The FIFA Women's World Cup Stadium in Bochum was built in its current form between March 1976 and July 1979.

    Bochum
  • Dresden

    Dresden

    The new Rudolf Harbig Stadion in Dresden was completely rebuilt in 2009, replacing the structure which had previously stood there for over 100 years.

    Dresden
  • Frankfurt

    Frankfurt

    The FIFA Women's World Cup Stadium in Frankfurt will be the venue for the final of the tournament on 17 July 2011.

    Frankfurt/Main
  • Leverkusen

    Leverkusen

    Bayer Leverkusen's home stadium was originally built in 1956, but after the club was promoted to the Bundesliga, ever-increasing numbers flocked to se...

    Leverkusen
  • Monchengladbach

    Monchengladbach

    The Borussia Park in Monchengladbach was opened on 30 July 2004. With a capacity of 45,867, the partially-roofed stadium is the third largest of the F...

    Moenchengladbach
  • Sinsheim

    Sinsheim

    Following 22 months of construction, the Rhein Neckar Arena in Sinsheim was opened amid much fanfare in January 2009.

    Sinsheim
  • Wolfsburg

    Wolfsburg

    The Arena Im Allerpark, Wolfsburg can accommodate up to 26,067 spectators. Built in 2002, the stadium cost around €53million to construct and boasts a...

    Wolfsburg