Westfalenstadion

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Signal Iduna Park
Signal Iduna Park new sign.jpg
Signal Iduna Park
Full nameSignal Iduna Park
Umwhile namesWestfalenstadion, FIFA Warld Cup Stadium Dortmund (2006 FIFA Warld Cup)
LocationDortmund, Germany
AwnerBorussia Dortmund GmbH & Co. KGaA[1]
OperatorBorussia Dortmund GmbH & Co. KGaA
Executive suites11
Capacity53,872 (1974–1992)[2]
42,800 (1992–1996)
54,000 (1996–1999)
68,600 (1999–2003)
83,000 (2003–2005)
81,264 (2005–2006)
80,708 (2006–2008)
80,552 (2008–2010)
80,720 (2010–2011)
80,645 (2012-2013)
80,667 (2014)

81,359 (2015-) (League Matches),[3]
65,829 (International Matches)[4]
Record attendance83,000
(Dortmund-Schalke, 30 Januar 2004)
(Dortmund-Stuttgart, 6 Mairch 2004)
(Dortmund-Bayern, 17 Aprile 2004)
(Dortmund-Rostock, 1 May 2004)
(Dortmund-Bayern, 18 September 2004)
(Dortmund-Schalke, 5 December 2004)
Field size105 m × 68 m
Construction
Biggit1971–1974
Appent2 Aprile 1974
Renovatit1992, 1995–99, 2002–03, 2006
Construction cost32.7 million DM in 1974; estimatit 200 million in 2006
AirchitectPlanungsgruppe Drahtler
Tenants
Borussia Dortmund (1974–present)

Westfalenstadion (German pronunciation: [ˈvɛstfalənˈʃtaːdi̯ɔn]), offeecially Signal Iduna Park is an association fitbaw stadium in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalie, Germany.

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