Olympiastadion

Olympiastadion

The Olympiastadion, with 72,000 seats was largest stadium used for World Cup 2006.

Originally built for the 1936 Olympics, the Olympiastadion has been used in two FIFA World Cups. It was used in 1974 when it hosted three matches. More recently it was used in the 2006 World Cup when it was used for six matches, including the final.


Location: Berlin

Capacity: 72,000

Construction: 1934 - 1936, Renovated in 1974

Matches: Brazil 1 : 0 Croatia (June 13), Sweden 1 : 0 Paraguay (June 15), Germany 3 : 0 Ecuador (June 20), Ukraine 1 : 0 Tunisia (June 23), quarter-final Germany 1 : 1 Argentina (June 30) [Germany won 4 - 2 on penalties] and the final on July 9 - Italy 1 : 1 France [Italy won 5 - 3 on penalties]


World Cup 2006 Venues : Olympiastadion, Allianz Arena, Signal Iduna Park, Veltins Arena, Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion, AOL Arena, Commerzbank-Arena, Fritz Walter Stadion, Rhein Energy Stadion, AWD Arena, Zentralstadion, easyCredit-Stadion