Mercedes-Benz Arena (Stuttgart)

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Mercedes-Benz Arena
Mercedes-Benz-Arena Stuttgart.jpg
Umwhile namesAdolf-Hitler-Kampfbahn (1933–1945)
Century Stadium (1945–1949)
Neckarstadion (1949–1993)
Gottlieb-Daimler-Stadion (1993–2008)
LocationStuttgart, Germany
AwnerStadion NeckarPark GmbH & Co.KG
OperatorVfB Stuttgart Arena Betriebs GmbH
Capacity60,469 (League Matches),
54,906 (Internaitional Matches)
Record attendance97,553 (Germany-Swisserland, 22 November 1950)
Surfacenaitural grass
Construction
Biggit1933
Appent23 July 1933
Renovatit1949–1951, 1999–2003, 2004–2005 ('asp' architekten Stuttgart)
Expandit1993, 2009–2011 ('asp' architekten Stuttgart)
Construction cost63.5 million (2009-11 renovatit)[1]
58 million (2006 renovatit)[2]
5.2 million (2001)[3]
Airchitect'asp' architekten Stuttgart
(2006, 2009-11)
Project managerStefan Heim, Martin Rau
Tenants
VfB Stuttgart (1933–present)
1959 European Cup Final
1974 FIFA Warld Cup
1986 European Athletics Championships
1988 European Cup Final
UEFA Euro 1988
1993 Warld Championships in Athletics
2006 FIFA Warld Cup

The Mercedes-Benz Arena (German pronunciation: [mɛʁˈt͡seːdəs ˈbɛnt͡s ʔaˈʁeːna]) is a stadium locatit in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg, Germany an home tae German Bundesliga club VfB Stuttgart.

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Coordinates: 48°47′32.17″N 9°13′55.31″E / 48.7922694°N 9.2320306°E / 48.7922694; 9.2320306