Providence Park, Portland, Or., United States

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Construction: 1926 (extended and renovated in 1956, 1982, 2001 and 2011) Nicknames: The House Of Pane Previous names: Multnomah Civic Stadium, Civic Stadium, PGE Park, Jeld-Wen Field Current occupants: Portland Timbers (MLS), Portland Thorns (NWSL), Portland State University Vikings Previous occupants: … Continued

Memorial Stadium, Seattle, Wa., United States

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Clubs: Seattle Reign FC (NWSL), Seattle Cascades (AUDL – Ultimate Frisbee), Seattle School District Constructed: 1947 Capacity: 12.000 (17.000 in 1974 and 1975 ) Interesting facts: 1962 Opening ceremony Seattle World Fair 1967 First High School stadium using Astro turf Finish of the Seattle … Continued

FC Ajax Staadion, Lasnamäe, Estonia

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Club: FC Ajax Lasnamäe Capacity: +/- 1.000 Nothing illustrates the marginal status of Estonian club football better than the “Stadium” of the Top Division Club (2011 season) FC Ajax Lasnamäe. Founded in 1993 in the North East of Tallinn the club … Continued

Jahnstadion, Marl, Germany

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Jahnstadion, Marl Club: Marl Sly Dogs (Baseball), former stadium of TSV Marl-Hüls Capacity: 36.000 Constructed: 1924-1927, expanded 1948-1949, main stand 1962-1964 Attendance record: 18.000 TSV Marl-Hüls – Wuppertaler SV (1960) Factoids: 1984 Pop Festival Marl (Headliners The Cure) Number 33 on … Continued

Poststadion, Berlin-Moabit, Germany

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Construction: 1926-1929 Architect: Georg Demmler (D) Capacity: 60.100 (max.) – currently: 5.100 Opened: 28/05/1929 Memorable matches: 10/05/1930 Germany – England 3-3 (friendly) 24/06/1934 FC Schalke 04 – 1. FC Nürnberg 2-1 (Final German Championship) 21/06/1936 1. FC Nürnberg – Fortuna Düsseldorf … Continued

Olympiastadion, Munich, Germany

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UEFA ***** Constructed: 1969-1972 Architects: Günther Behnisch & Frei Otto Capacity: 69.267 (63.666 during Internationals) Opened: 26/05/1972 West-Germany – USSR 4-1 Memorable games: – Final WC 1974: Netherlands – West-Germany 1-2 – Final EC 1 1979: Nottingham Forest – Malmö FF 1-0 – Final European … Continued

Dalymount Park, Dublin, Ireland

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Dalymount Park, Phibsborough-Dublin 7 Construction: 1901 (expaned and renovated in 1907, 1927, 1999) Architect: Unknown Nickname: Dalyer Clubs: Bohemian FC (1901-…), Shamrock Rovers FC (2005), Dublin City (2006) Opened: 07/09/1901 Bohemian FC – Shelbourne FC 4-2 Capacity: 45.000 (max.) – … Continued