|14 500 (Seats)|
|Other names||Badenova-Stadion (2004-2012), Mage Solar Stadion (2012-2014)|
|Renovations||1970, 1980, 1993, 1995, 1999|
|Address||Schwarzwaldstraße 193, 79117 Freiburg im Breisgau|
Germany: SC Freiburg gives fans an ultra-detailed preview
Their online model doesn't just let you pick your future seat. You can give your height, check sun/shade on any given hour and change position from sitting to standing. On top of that, ticket prices will be frozen or lower, depending which area you pick.
Germany: Cornerstone mounting before end of March
Highest officials and project participants will gather in late March to mount the cornerstone in Wolfswinkel, where new 34,700-capacity stadium is to be opened in 2020.
Freiburg: Stadium greenlighted, construction from 2019
The city council voted massively in favour of the new stadium in Freiburg yesterday. The nearly-35,000-capacity football ground should see groundbreaking in 2019, although opponents have already announced lawsuits against it.
Germany: Planning progress in Freiburg
Participation of residents begins as the planning application for new SC Freiburg stadium moves forward. Long 5 months after it had been initiall filed. A Stadionwelt.de report.
New design: Meet Bundesliga's latest stadium design
SC Freiburg fans finally saw how their new home will look in mid-2020. With 36% of capacity dedicated to standing supporters, this might be one of the more atmospheric venues. And there's much more to it!
Hannover: Surprise declaration in favour of legal pyrotechnics
If there's one person you would expect to be sceptical of pyro, it's a minister of interior. But it's exactly his announcement in favour of legal flares that sparked new heated discussion in Germany.
Germany: Contractors invited to bid for SC Freiburg stadium
Qualification stage began for the new 35,000-capacity stadium in Freiburg. In mid-2017 construction should be launched and by late 2019 SC Freiburg will play at their new home.
Freiburg: Land approves funds for new stadium
Baden-Württemberg will contribute €16 million to the new stadium in Freiburg. But before ground breaks on site, a lot paperwork is still required.
Germany: Freiburg goes forward, stadium concept this year
Later this year we’ll learn in detail as to how the new SC Freiburg stadium will look like. The 35,000-capacity arena will be built in partnership between the city and football club.
Germany: Will Freiburg build a stadium with wood?
The project has been backed by local residents, but now a major update is being analysed. The new home ground for SC Freiburg might end up built largely with wood.
Germany: Citizens approve new stadium in Freiburg
Sunday’s referendum in Freiburg am Breisgau brought great news for the SC Frieburg football club. Citizens decided to greenlight the new 35,000-capacity stadium.
Freiburg: Council supports the new stadium
With outcries from local residents the city council in Freiburg supported the new 35,000-capacity new stadium. Now it’s time for the community to vote, referendum is planned for February.
Germany: New stadium for SC Freiburg for €70 million?
According to latest estimates, building a new 35,000-capacity stadium in Freiburg shouldn’t cost more than €70 million. Over half of this budget will be repaid by the Bundesliga side SC Freiburg.
10+ Ranking: Here are the best European clubs by attendance
There are 229 clubs in Europe enjoying on average 10,000 spectators and more. We list all of them to show the Continent’s most magnetic teams. Some fanbases really deserve praise for their participation, right Rangers/Portsmouth?
Germany: Location for new Freiburg stadium selected
This is just one step forward for this project, but a very important one. 23 locations have been eliminated and one final plot selected for the new stadium. Completing it may be a matter of survival in the Bundesliga for SC Freiburg in the long run.
Germany: Controversial safety regulations approved, what now?
Yesterday 36 top clubs voted on proposed safety regulation changes with vast majority in favour. Many fans see this as clamp-down on fan culture, but others are encouraged by events of past few weeks. What's changing inside German stadia?
Germany: Fans don’t feel safe?
Temperature around German football safety has been growing for months and is almost as hot as the flares set off by fans inside stadiums. Flares much hated by football governing bodies who suggested a new safety system, claiming people don’t feel safe at football games. They only forgot to ask the people, whether this is the case…