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Stadion

Tuja-Stadion
Former names ESV-Stadion
Location Ingolstadt, Germany
Owner Stadt Ingolstadt
Capacity 11.418
Surface grass
Construction
Opened 1932
Renovated 2008
Construction cost 2 million Euro (Renovation)
Tenants
FC Ingolstadt 04

Tuja-Stadion (formally known as ESV-Stadion) is an 11,418 capacity stadium in Ingolstadt, Germany. It is primarily used for football and was the home of ESV Ingolstadt until they merged with MTV Ingolstadt to become FC Ingolstadt 04. It also hosted four football matches during the 1972 Summer Olympics. The stadium was modified in 2008 to suit 2nd division criteria. A new stadium is being planned and should be ready for the 2010/11 season.

References

  • 1972 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 1. Part 1. p. 121.
  • 1972 Summer Olympics official report. Volume 3. p. 359.
  • Weltfootball.de profile (German)
  • World Stadiums.com profile.


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