The Regionalliga is the 4th tier of the German football league system.
90 teams participated in the league divided into 5 divisions. In this article, we will have a look at the 11 biggest stadiums of the tournament for the 2023-2024 season.
The 11 biggest stadiums in the German Regionalliga 2023-2024
The Steigerwaldstadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Erfurt. The stadium is able to hold 18,600 people and was built in 1931. It is the home of FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt. The club has won the title in East Germany twice. They have also participated in the 1991-1992 UEFA Cup.
The Auestadion is able to hold 18,737 people and was opened in 1953. Since then it has been the home of Hessen Kassel. The club has never played above the 2nd division of the German football.
The third-largest stadium in Berlin with a capacity of approximately 20,000 is the Friedrich-Ludwig-Jahn-Sportpark. This year the stadium is used by VSG Altglienicke. The club has been participating in Regionalliga since 2017.
The Sparda Bank Hessen Stadion opened in 2012 and can hold 20,500 people. Since then, it has been the home of Kickers Offenbach. The club spent 7 seasons in the 1st Bundesliga reaching the 7th place once and won the German cup in 1970. They were also the runners-up of the German football championship in 1950 and 1959.
Stadion Niederrhein has a capacity of 21,300 and opened in 1926. The stadium serves as the home to Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. The club has played 4 times in the German top division.
The Hans-Walter-Wild-Stadion has a capacity of 21,500 and opened in 1967. It is the home of Bayreuth. The club has never played in the German top division. In 1979 after a second-place finish in 2. Bundesliga Süd but lost the promotion in the playoffs.
The Stadion der Freundschaft opened in 1930 and has a capacity of 22,500. It is the home ground of FC Energie Cottbus. The club has played in 6 seasons of the German Bundesliga and reached the cup final in 1997 while playing in the 3rd division.
The Stadion am Zoo is able to hold 23,000 people and was built in 1924. It serves as the home to Wuppertaler. The club played in Bundesliga between 1972 and 1975 reaching the 4th place in their debut season. This allowed them to play in the 1973–74 UEFA Cup.
The 3rd biggest stadium in Regionalliga with a capacity of 28,000 is the Rosenaustadion. Built in 1951, it’s a heritage-listed monument and hosted football games for the 1972 Summer Olympics. It is now used by the Augsburg reserve team.
The 2nd biggest stadium in Regionalliga with a capacity of 29,000 is the Ostseestadion in Rostock. Except from the 1st team, it is also the home of the Hansa Rostock reserve team.
The biggest stadium in Regionalliga with a capacity of 31,000 is the New Tivoli. The stadium opened in 2009 and is the home of Alemania Aachen. The club has played in 3 Bundesliga seasons finishing 2nd in 1969. The team has lost 3 German cup finals and has reached the phase of 32 in the 2004–2005 UEFA Cup.