|1,000 (Covered seats)|
|Address||Theodor-Heuss-Anlage 19, 68165 Mannheim|
Opened in 1971, this venue stands just behind the fence with larger Carl-Benz-Stadion. This isn’t the only thing these stadiums have in common as before the 1990s redevelopment, the larger stadium also went by Rhein-Neckar-Stadion name. To add to this curious switch, there’s also Rhein-Neckar Arena built not far away.
Despite its modest size and relatively poor standard (only 1,000 seated and covered places), it’s got floodlights.
New stadiums: Schweinfurt, Kiel and twice Mannheim
One stadium is dedicated to a Nazi, causing no sympathy from Maccabi Haifa (you don’t say…). Another went through a tornado and war bombings, but is still kicking after over 100 years in play. And the two from Mannheim, well, they are. All worth a look!