Olympiastadion Berlin

The Olympiastadion Berlin is located in Westend, Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf, Berlin, Germany. In order to hold the 1936 Summer Olympics, it was built by Werner March in 1936. After the refurbishment in 2004, the football stadium became the No. 1 stadium of Germany, being qualified for many significant international football matches. Renowned for advanced infrastructure, qualified equipment and fine administration, Olympiastadion Berlin is widely regarded as a UEFA category four stadium, and a single most prestigious arena to sports events and recreational activities.

In order to creating an intimate atmosphere, the football pitch was lowered more than 2 meters by excavated about 90,000 m³ sands. In addition, some seats have been demolished and reinstalled at a different angle. The extensive roof could cover 37,000 square meters totally, with some roof-supported pillars to bear the weight of 3,500 tons. In addition to be a football stadium for international competitions, some recreational events have also been hold at the stadium, such as concerts of The Rolling Stones, Guns N’ Roses, Michael Jackson and the like.

Allianz Arena

When it comes to Germany, I always imagine the German beer and some “Quadrate-brain German” for their strict standards and attitudes. They are always scrupulous about every detail of their work, no exception in the construction of football stadium. Allianz Arena is located in Munich, Bavaria, Germany, with a capacity of 75,000 people. Renowned as the second-largest football stadium of Germany, Allianz Arena is the first football stadium equipped a full color changing exterior with inflated ETFE plastic panels.

Allianz Arena

From the beginning of 2015-16 season, two renowned professional football clubs FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich have held their home competitions at the Allianz Arena. Before 1860, Munich held 50% shares of the football stadium. In Apr. 2006, they sold the 50% shares to the Bayern Munich for €11 million. After the termination of the rental contract of TSV 1860 Munich, Bayern Munich became the sole tenant of Allianz Arena. In addition, it also could be used as a multi-function football stadium for many other activities for its good infrastructure.

Signal Iduna Park

Signal Iduna Park is located in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, with a capacity of 65,829. For the reason of sponsorship, the Signal Iduna Park was named as Signal Iduna Park. The football stadium is widely regarded as a renowned football pitch in Europe for the sake of its atmosphere. During holding of significant international competitions, it can accommodate 65,829 people at a time while it could accommodate 81,360 people at a large scale league match. As the largest German football stadium, it is also the seventh-largest football stadium in Europe, and the third-largest home stadium to a world-class European club after Camp Nou and the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

From the 2011 to 2012 season, it accommodates 1.37 million people totally, breaking previous records and winning great profits. Many significant international competitions have been hold at the football stadium, including the FIFA World Cup in 1974 and 2006, the 2001 UEFA Cup Final and many national friendly matches.

Durable Germany Away Soccer Jersey 2017

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1     Ribbed Pattern

The soccer jersey takes classic ribbed collar and ribbed trim. Compared with previous soccer jersey, the symbolic three stripes of Adidas are stitched on both sides of soccer jersey rather than on shoulders. The predominately grey away soccer jersey features several horizontal stripes in two different colors. But the sleeves are dyed with dark green rather than with same grey colors on the main body. In addition, the badge of Germany national football team is stitched at a noticeable place of the front, with four silver stars symbolizing four times outstanding performances at the FIFA World Cups.

2     Reversible Design

One single highlight of the brand new away soccer jersey is the reversible design. Not only can one in grew jerseys, but also one can turn the inside out, taking it as a common shirt in training sessions.

Olympiastadion München

Olympiastadion München is located in Munich, Germany, with an initial capacity of 80,000. At the very beginning, the construction of the football stadium is for the holding of the 1972 Summer Olympics. With the help of John Argyris, the football stadium is designed by Günther Behnisch and Frei Otto, creating a world-class football stadium. Taking the advantages of a pit incurred by bombings during the Second World War, the remained pit has greatly reduced the construction quantity.

The football stadium turned to be the home football pitch of FC Bayern Munich after the Olympic Games. It is simply at the football stadium that some great achievements have been obtained by competent teams and various records have been created by young players. As a famous football stadium, it also could be used as a host for some recreational events and activities, such as large concerts and film shooting. In general, it could be regarded as a superb place for some significant international matches and activities.