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Venue guide: Germany 2016

Ten different stadiums will stage the 16 matches.
Venue guide: Germany 2016
The VfB Arena, home of Stuttgart, will stage the opening match ©Getty Images

Venue guide: Germany 2016

Ten different stadiums will stage the 16 matches.

GROUP A
VfB Stuttgart Arena
(Germany's opening game, 11 July)
• Capacity: 54,812
• Home club: VfB Stuttgart
• Did you know? Staged the 1986 European and 1993 world athletics championships as well as matches at the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Sportpark Fautenhau, Grossaspach (two games, 11 & 14 July)
• Capacity: 10,000
• Home club: Sonnenhof Grossaspach
• Did you know? Opened in 2011 with investors including singer Andrea Berg, who regularly performs there.

Stadion an der Kreuzeiche, Reutlingen (two games, 14 & 17 July)
• Capacity: 15,228
• Home club: SSV Reutlingen
• Did you know? A venue for UEFA Women's EURO 2001 and a 2008 men's friendly between Poland and FYR Macedonia.

Stadion auf der Waldau, Stuttgart (one game, 17 July)
• Capacity: 6,700
• Home club: Stuttgarter Kickers
• Did you know? Renovated in 2009, the stadium has been home to the Kickers since 1905, the longest stay of any German club in one ground.

GROUP B
Donaustadion, Ulm
(two games, 12 & 15 July)
• Capacity: 19,500
• Home club: SSV Ulm
• Did you know? Held the UEFA Women's EURO 2001 final and in 1982 Jürgen Hingsen broke the decathlon world record there.

Albstadion, Heidenheim (12 & 18 July)
• Capacity: 15,000
• Home club: FC Heidenheim
• Did you know? Recently reconstructed following the home club's promotion in 2014 to the 2. Bundesliga.

Städtisches Waldstadion, Aalen (15 & 18 July)
• Capacity 14,500
• Home club: VfR Aalen
• Did you know? A setting for UEFA Women's EURO 2001.

KNOCKOUT PHASE
Carl-Benz-Stadion, Mannheim
(either two semi-finals or one semi-final and the FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off, all 21 July)
• Capacity: 27,000
• Home club: Waldhof Mannheim
• Did you know? Was the home of Hoffenheim in the first half of their debut Bundesliga campaign in 2008/09 before their Rhein-Neckar-Arena opened.

Hardtwaldstadion, Sandhausen (either one semi-final or the FIFA U-20 World Cup play-off, both 21 July)
• Capacity: 15,414
• Home club: SV Sandhausen
• Did you know? Was the training base for Costa Rica during the 2006 World CUp.

Rhein-Neckar-Arena, Sinsehim (final, 24 July)
• Capacity: 25,641
• Home club: TSG Hoffenheim
• Did you know? A venue at the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup.

Last updated: 04/07/16 17.44CET

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