Ernst-Happel-Stadion

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Ernst Happel Stadium
Ernst-Happel-Stadion
Full name Ernst-Happel-Stadion
Umwhile names Prater Stadium (Praterstadion)
Location Vienna, Austrick
Awner Ceety o Vienna
Operator Wiener Stadthalle Betriebs- und Veranstaltungsgesellschaft m.b.H.
Capacity 50,000[1] (end-stage)
68,500 (center-stage)
Record attendance 90,726 (Austrick-Spain, 30 October 1960)
Field size 105 x 68 m
Construction
Brak grund 1929
Biggit 1929-1931
Appent Julie 11, 1931
Renovatit 1986
Airchitect Otto Ernst Schweizer
Tenants
Austrian naitional fitbaa team
Austria Vienna (UEFA-organised games only)
Rapid Vienna (UEFA-organised gemmes anly)

The Ernst Happel Stadium (About this sound Ernst-Happel-Stadion ) (Praterstadion till 1992, sometimes an aa cried Wiener Stadion) in Leopoldstadt, the 2nt destrict o Austrick's caipital Vienna, is the lairgest stadium in Austrick. It wis biggit atween 1929 an 1931 for the seicont Wirkers' Olympiad tae the design o German airchitect Otto Ernst Schweizer. The stadium wis renamed in honour o Ernst Happel follaein his daith in 1992. The stadium wis host tae seven gemmes in UEFA Euro 2008, includin the final which saw Spain triumph ower Germany.

The stadium is ained bi the Ceety o Vienna (Municipal Depairtment 51 - Sports o the Ceety o Vienna). It is managed bi the Wiener Stadthalle Betriebs und Veranstaltungsgesellschaft m.b.H., a subsidiary of Wien Holding.

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