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Benteler Arena

Benteler Arena
Former names Paragon Arena (2008–2009) Energieteam Arena (2009-2012)
Location Paderborn, Germany
Owner Paderborner Stadion Gesellschaft (PSG)
Capacity 15,360
Surface Grass
Opened 20 July 2008
Construction cost 25 million €
Architect Josef Ellebracht, Bremer AG
SC Paderborn 07

The Benteler Arena is a multi-use stadium in Paderborn, Germany, that was built between July 2005 and July 2008, as a replacement for the Hermann Löns Stadium. The opening match between SC Paderborn 07 and Borussia Dortmund (1–2) was attended by 15,300 spectators, the stadium's full capacity.

In Season 2011/12 an average of more than 10,100 spectators had attended the matches of SC Paderborn 07 in 2. Bundesliga.

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