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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Visiting Football Matches
    RheinEnergieStadion (Cologne)
    BayArena (Leverkusen)
    Schwarzwaldstadion (Freiburg)
    Auestadion (Kassel)

    Visiting the Stadium
    Olympiastadion (Munich)

    Watching the European Athletics Championships
    Estadi Olímpic Lluís Company (Barcelona)

    Probably the Weserstadion in Bremen will follow soonish

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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Quote Originally Posted by JamieBrown View Post
    Probably the Weserstadion in Bremen will follow soonish
    Any concrete plans?

    Be warned, our visitor block is like a cage. From what Ive heard (and what I believe) the viewing conditions are rather poor

    Edit: oh wait, you only want to visit the stadium not attend a match, right?

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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Quote Originally Posted by whiteshoes View Post
    Any concrete plans?

    Be warned, our visitor block is like a cage. From what Ive heard (and what I believe) the viewing conditions are rather poor

    Edit: oh wait, you only want to visit the stadium not attend a match, right?
    No concrete plans, been invite by a Werder supporter. So it won't be 'the cage'
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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Quote Originally Posted by pjelacki View Post
    will add Anfield to my list properly on October 2
    Are you headed to Luminus Arena (Home of KRC Genk) for the UCL too?

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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Quote Originally Posted by njdevils94 View Post
    Are you headed to Luminus Arena (Home of KRC Genk) for the UCL too?
    will do if I manage to arrange the days off from work

    in the mean time I've also visited Jan Breydel (Club Brugge 2-1 FC Salzburg), Toše Proeski Arena (North Macedonia 1-4 Austria) and Bijeli Brijeg Stadion (stadium tour)

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    Re: Visiting football grounds (groundhopping).

    Quote Originally Posted by pjelacki View Post
    will do if I manage to arrange the days off from work

    in the mean time I've also visited Jan Breydel (Club Brugge 2-1 FC Salzburg), Toše Proeski Arena (North Macedonia 1-4 Austria) and Bijeli Brijeg Stadion (stadium tour)
    Are you happy if they ( Salzburg) finish 3rd in the group or is there real optimism to get to the last 16? I know they have had their best start ever in the Austrian Bundesliga with 27 goals in 6 games under American coach Jesse Marsch with Haland scoring 8 already and Hwang Hee-Chan scoring 4 and assisting on 5 more.

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