Football: 51,500 (9,300 standing for league matches) & 48,500 (International matches), American football: 48,000, Concert: 44,000
Commerzbank-Arena is counted amongst Germany’s ten largest football stadiums.
The Commerzbank-Arena is a sports stadium, situated in Frankfurt, Germany. The stadium was opened to spectators on 21st May 1925. An estimated amount of €150 million was spent on the construction of the Commerzbank-Arena. The chief architecture company that built this magnificent stadium are Gerkan, Marg & Partner and Max Bög. It underwent multiple renovations (in the years 1937, 1953, 1974 and 2005). The stadium is owned by Waldstadion Frankfurt Gesellschaft für Projektentwicklung and operated by Stadion Frankfurt Management. Initially, it was called the "Waldstadion" that means "Forest Stadium" in English. The stadium has been the home ground for Eintracht Frankfurt (Bundesliga) since 1925. It has also served as home for Frankfurt Galaxy (NFL Europe) from 1991 to 2007. The stadium has various other facilities such as a swimming pool, a beach volleyball court, a tennis complex and a winter sports hall. It also has its railway station called the Frankfurt Stadion.
The arena played host to three Group 2 stage matches and two Group B matches of the 1974 FIFA World Cup.
The stadium hosted the World Bowl '98, World Bowl 2000 and World Bowl XV in 2007.
The arena hosted the final match of the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup between Brazil and Argentina along with Group A match and two Group B matches.
It has witnessed four Group matches and the Quarter-final match of the 2006 FIFA World Cup.
It has been the venue where the final of the German Bowl has been held since 2008.
It also played host to two Group matches, a semi-final match and the final match of the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.