The world cup stadium in Kaiserslautern, Germany

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The stadium Kaiserslautern is one of the soccer world cup stadiums 2006

The opening of the world cup stadium Kaiserslautern, called “Fritz-Walter-Stadion” was in 1920. The name was given after the german soccer team had won the world cup in 1954. Fritz Walter was the name of the captain of the soccer team then. It is the only soccer stadium in Germany with an own TV studio. For the world cup 2006 the stadium Kaiserslautern was completely renovated and enlarged.All 48,500 seats now are covered with a roof. The costs for the renovation were 48.3 millions Euros. Five matches of the soccer world cup 2006 will take place in this Fritz-Walter-stadium, which is said to be one of the most beautiful in Germany.

Stadionstraße 11
67663 Kaiserslautern
Telefon: 06 31/3 18 80
Fax: 06 31/3 18 82 90

About 41,500 tickets for each of the five world cup matches 2006 will be available.
Five periods of ticketing are set:

  1. 1.February 2005 to 31.March 2005
  2. 1.December 2005 to 15.January 2006
  3. 1.February 2006 to 15.April 2006
  4. 1.May 2006 to 9.July 2006

Everyone can apply for tickets at following addresses:
2006 FIFAWord Cup ™ Ticketing Center
60583 Frankfurt am Main
Via internet:

Match schedule world cup stadium Kaiserslautern

13.June 2006
Match group F
17.June 2006
Match group E
20.June 2006

Match group B

23.June 2006
Match group H
26.June 2006
Round of sexteeen

Ticket pricelist

Group matches
Quarter final
Cathegorie 1
100 €
120 €
Cathegorie 2
60 €
75 €
Cathegorie 3
45 €
60 €
Cathegorie 4
35 €
45 €

Kaiserslautern, one of the host citys of the soccer world cup 2006 in Germany is worth being visited. More facts and tipps are available at

Tourist Information
Willy-Brandt-Platz 1
67657 Kaiserslautern
Tel.: 0049 / 631 / 365 2317
But first of all everyone wants to enjoy exciting matches of the world’s best soccer teams in world cup stadium Kaiserslautern.


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