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This stadium opened in 1931 as the Prater Stadion. It was designed by the noted architect Otto Ernst Schweizer. It was later renamed the Ernst Happel Stadium, after the renowned Austrian football player and coach. With a capacity of 49825 seats, it is home to the Austrian National Football Team. The venue will be expanded to a whopping 53000 for the 2008 European Football Championships. Located right next to Prater Park, winding your way to the stadium is not much of a problem.
The Red Bull Arena is the foremost hub for the fans of the Austrian Football League. The home turf of the Red Bull Salzburg, this state-of-the-art stadium hosts matches that feature the top European football leagues. It was also one of the bases of the 2008 European Football Championships. Besides regular matches, it also hosts a variety of events, making it a multifunctional space.
The Allianz Stadion has been standing on the hallowed grounds of what was once the Gerhard Hanappi Stadium, since the year 2016. Also simply known as Weststadion, the arena was built to succeed the old stadium as the new home of Austria's most decorated football club Rapid Wien. The stadium's inauguration saw it host English football giant Chelsea as part of a friendly game against the Viennese club. In addition to football matches, the stadium also regularly hosts concerts and a wide range of local events on its premises.
Named after the beautiful Wörthersee lake, the Wörthersee Stadion is a spectacular stadium located inside the Sportpark Klagenfurt. The stadium was inaugurated in 2007 and since then it has played host to a number of national as well as international soccer tournaments. Boasting of a capacity of more than 30,000 seats and state-of-the-art amenities, this all-grass stadium is a favorite venue for many European teams and it's one of the more popular venues among soccer fans. Every game is a treat to be a part of at the Wörthersee Stadium, but when the local heroes- Austria Klagenfurt are playing, this place is at its euphoric best.
Linz Gugl Stadion is an international stadium that is used mainly for football matches. With its well-maintained pitch and modern light and sound systems, watching a match here is truly exciting. Besides, the place is also used to conduct concerts and other events. If you are in the city, catch live action at this stadium.