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|During the World Cup 2006 in Germany fans could watch games on a big screen and play table football and more.|
In Magdeburg at the cathedral the fans could watch the games on a 25m2 big screen, they could learn more about the participating countries in 32 huts and play mini-football. And ofcause drink beer.
|Belle Vue was the home of English professional football club Doncaster Rovers from 1922 to 2006. The ground was affectionately called by fans as 'Old Belle Vue' or OBV.|
|At Zentral Stadium of Leipzig you see a giant replica if the FIFA World Cup 2006 football.||12/22/2007||362|
|On these fields the lawn for the FIFA football world cup 2006 was grown.||07/12/2006||292|
|DBA (flydba.com) (Munich) is adding "Willkommen Zum Fussball" (Welcome to Football) titles to their fleet in anticipation of the World Cup 2006 championships in Germany this year.||12/07/2007||384|
|The Gerhard Hanappi Stadion is a football stadion in Hütteldorf, in the west of Vienna, Austria. It is the home ground of Rapid Vienna. It was officially opened in 1977 as "Weststadion" (Western stadium). In 1980 it was renamed, to honor its architect, Austrian football player Gerhard Hanappi. Among fans the stadium is also known as "Sankt Hanappi" (Saint Hanappi), which relates to the fans' sl...||09/04/2005||351|
|There are all Div I-AA football stadiums on this file (including school names, capacity etc.). That's a great file for all college football fans.||03/01/2006||773|
|This is the Gavioes da Fiel fans club, where also football fans, features also the Gavioes da Fiel samba school||09/06/2005||344|
|The 'Alte Oper' was originally built from 1873 to 1880 by R. Lucae. Destroyed in WW II it was rebuilt between 1976 and 1981. Nowadays, there are events in and outside the Alte Oper. |
The football globe for the 2006 World Championship stood in front of the Alte Oper from December 2003 until February 2004. The 20m high globe was an idea from André Heller. It's concept was to bring ...
|The 1978 Football World Cup was held in Argentina. It was won by Argentina who beat the Netherlands 3-1 after extra time in the final. This win was the first World Cup title for Argentina who became the sixth team (after Uruguay, Italy, Germany, Brazil, and England) to be world champions.|
|A list of stadiums, mainly geared towards football - the european version of the game, called "soccer" on the other side of the atlantic -, but also including a few other sports.|
Features over 120 stadiums, some of them were copied from the "various stadiums" file on this site (mostly african and italian ones).
- All English Premiership clubs' sta...
|One of America's great stadiums is the home of Rice Owls Football. |
Rice Stadium has proved to be the master of time. It is still recognized as the best stadium in which to watch a football game in Texas. The stadium seats 70,000 fans, a tribute to a university with only 2,600 undergraduate students.