Hamburg hosts four 1st round games and a
quarter-final match in the AOL Arena - the home of Hamburger SV.
World Cup Schedule.
Hamburg Accommodation, Hamburg Stadium, Hamburg Tourism.
Although the people of Hamburg still refer to it affectionately as
the Volksparkstadium, the name AOL
Arena was indirectly paid for with the people's money. Franz Beckenbauer refers to it
as 'one of the nicest stadiums in Europe'.
With a 55,000 capacity for domestic games the AOL Arena will hold a
little around 45,500 (all-seating) for World Cup matches.
Hamburg AOL Arena © 1800-worldcup.com
Saturday, 10th June
Argentina vs Côte
Thursday, 15th June
Ecuador vs Costa Rica
Monday, 19th June
Saudi Arabia vs Ukraine
Thursday, 22nd June
Czech Republic vs Italy
Friday, 30th June
Italy vs Ukraine (3:0)
Getting to the Stadium:
If you're travelling by car, exit the A7 at the Volkspark exit.
Transportation in Hamburg: (Network
From Hamburg Hauptbahnhof, take the S21 to Stellingen (Arena).
Distances From Hamburg (By Train)
Berlin: 1hr 35mins.
Dortmund: 2hrs 45mins.
Frankfurt: 3hrs 40mins.
Gelsenkirchen: 3hrs 20mins (via
Hannover: 1hr 20mins.
Kaiserslautern: 5hrs 10mins
Köln: 4hrs 5mins.
Leipzig: 3hrs 25mins.
Nürnberg: 4hrs 15mins.
Stuttgart: 5hrs 10mins.
Flying Between Matches:
fly from Hamburg to Munich and Stuttgart.
Be sure of getting a room in Hamburg during the World Cup Finals by booking online before
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Hamburg is Germany's second largest city and will be the World Cup
base for the US team and many of their American supporters.
The Hanseatic City's beautiful location on the Alster and Elbe rivers
give it a very maritime feel. The dense network of waterways and open water help shape the
city's appearance and it is said that Hamburg even has more bridges than Venice.
The official site for tourist information about Hamburg.
View beautiful panorama images of Hamburg.
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