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Bayer Leverkusen

Bayer 04 Leverkusen:
The official Bayer Leverkusen website, in English.

BayArena:
Regardless if you’re a Bayer 04 fan or just interested in football in general, a look behind the scenes at the BayArena will be a memorable and educational experience.

Bundesliga -- Bayer Leverkusen:
Latest Bayer Leverkusen news, in German.

Getting to the Stadium:
Possession of a match ticket entitles you to use all public transport run by the Rhein-Sieg local authority, for the purpose of getting to or from the BayArena on match days.

Leverkusner Marktplatz:
The tourism section on Leverkusen is only available in German.

Lindner Hotel BayArena:
Germany's first and only stadium hotel, the Lindner Hotel BayArena, is located at the north stand of the Bayer 04 Leverkusen soccer stadium. All rooms come with a view into the stadium itself -- what more could you want.

Bayern Munich

FC Bayern:
The official Bayern Munich website.

Bundesliga -- Bayern München:
Latest Bayern Munich news, in German.

Munich Tourist Office:
Munich Tourist Office, Sendlinger Str. 1, D-80331 Munich.

Olympic Park:
Bayern Munich play at the Olympiapark. Sightseeing tours available.

Borussia Dortmund

Dortmund is the economic and cultural center of Westphalia.

Borussia Dortmund:
The official Borussia Dortmund website.

Bundesliga -- Borussia Dortmund:
Latest Borussia Dortmund news, in German.

Dortmund:
The official Dortmund city information system.

Dortmund 2006:
Dortmund is one of the host cities for the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Dortmund Airport:
Flughafen Dortmund is east of the city with good road connections. By public transport, take the U47 from Dortmund Hauptbahnhof to Aplerbeck and change for bus 440 to the airport. Alternatively, take the C41 from Bahnhof Unna.

Getting to Westfalenstadion:
Westfallen Stadium is conveniently located on the U46 and U45 end stations -- take the U45 from Dortmund Hauptbahnhof.

NordRhein-Westfalen Tourismus:
Discover the eleven travel regions of North Rhine-Westphalia.

Westfalenstadion:
Built in 1974 for the World Cup, the Westfalenstadion is one of Europe's most beautiful football arenas. The stadium was the German Football Association's (DFB) trump card in its application to host the final rounds of the 2006 World Cup.

Borussia Mönchengladbach

Borussia Mönchengladbach:
The official Borussia Mönchengladbach website.

Bökelbergstadion:
Borussia Mönchengladbach's stadium, until the summer of 2004.

Bundesliga -- Borussia Moenchengladbach:
Latest Gladbach news, in German.

Hennes Weisweiler Allee:
Borussia Mönchengladbach's new stadium (from 2004/05).

Mönchengladbach:
For over two thousand years, the major roads from Cologne, Aachen and Nijmegen have come together in this city. One of Mönchengladbach's strengths is its exellent accessibility by road, bus and train. The tourist office is at Bismarckstraße 23.

Eintracht Frankfurt

Eintracht Frankfurt:
The official Eintracht Frankfurt website.

Bundesliga -- Eintracht Frankfurt:
Latest Eintracht Frankfurt news, in German.

Festhalle Messe Frankfurt:
Built in 1909, the Festhalle Messe Frankfurt (Messe Frankfurt Festival Hall) was considered an epoch-making architectural structure with its unsupported dome construction made of steel and glass.

Frankfurt Online:
Web community devoted to discussion on Frankfurt.

Frankfurt Tourism:
Frankfurt is a city full of contrasts, a fascinating blend of pulsating metropolis and tranquil village, and it has much to offer to inhabitants and visitors alike.

Frankfurter Waldstadion:
The venue for the 2006 FIFA World Cup matches in Frankfurt.

Getting to Frankfurt:
Frankfurt is located in the centre of a dense network of autobahns and is one of Germany's most important traffic junctions. The city has one of the busiest railway stations in Germany and also Europe's largest continental airport.

FC Köln

1. FC Köln:
The official FC Köln website.

Bundesliga -- FC Köln:
Latest FC Köln news, in German.

Cologne Tourist Office:
Founded by the Romans, Cologne is the oldest of the major German cities and still characterized by its 2000 years of history.

Köln Bonn Airport:
A change of name and a vibrant appearance reflect the dynamism that has transformed the airport since the successful launch of the low-cost carriers.

RheinEnergieStadion Köln:
As well as being the home of FC Köln, the Rhein Energie Stadion is also used for open-air concerts and will host matches during the 2006 FIFA World Cup.

Hamburger SV

Hamburger SV:
The official Hamburger SV website -- in English, German and Japanese.

AOL Arena:
Hamburg's stadium -- virtual tour.

Bundesliga -- Hamburger SV:
Latest Hamburg news, in German.

Hamburg:
Hamburg is the cultural and commercial center of Northern Germany.

Hamburg Airport:
Hamburg Airport will have a direct rail connection to the city centre in 2007. Until then, the nearest subway and suburban railway station, Ohlsdorf, is served by suburban rail lines S1 and S11 and the subway line U1; all of these will take you to or from the main station, Hauptbahnhof, or Jungfernstieg (city centre).

Hamburg Tourist Board:
Hamburg is a modern metropolis with style and tradition beautifully located the Elbe and Alster Rivers.

Hannover 96

Hannoverscher Sport-Verein von 1896:
The official Hannover 96 website.

AWD-Arena:
Hannover's showcase stadium for the 2006 World Cup Finals.

Bundesliga -- Hannover 96:
Latest Hannover news, in German.

Getting to AWD-Arena:
If you're travelling from Dortmund or Berlin, leave the A2 at Hannover-Herrenhausen and head towards the city. From Hamburg and Bremen, leave the A7 at Hannover-Anderten and continue on the B65 to Hannover. There's parking for 5,000 cars at the stadium. If you're using public transport take tram 3, 7 or 9 (towards Wettbergen, Wallensteinstr. or Empelde) and get off at Waterloo. From there it's a short walk to the stadium.

Hannover Online:
Things to see and do in Hannover.

Hannover Regional Tourism Association:
Water, mountains, forests, heaths or the flair of attractive cities like Hannover, Celle, Stadthagen, Peine or Hildesheim – there is a great deal to see every day in the Hannover Region.

Hansa Rostock

Hansa Rostock:
The official Hansa Rostock website.

Bundesliga -- Hansa Rostock:
Latest Hansa Rostock news, in German.

Getting to Rostock's Ostseestadion:
How to get to Rostock's Ostseestadion, by car or public transport.

Intercity Hotel Rostock:
Located near Rostock Station, this is the hotel of choice when visiting Rostock. Clean, comfortable and very good value, you'll even get a free pass to use on the city's public transportation.

Ostseestadion:
Virtual panoramas of the Ostssestadion -- home of Hansa Rostock.

Rostock:
Rostock, the largest city in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, is beautifully situated on Germany's East Sea coast.

Warnemünde:
While in Rostock, you really should visit this nearby seaside resort; even in winter.

Hertha Berlin

Hertha BSC:
The official Hertha Berlin website, in English.

Berlin Airports:
All you need to know if you're flying into Berlin.

Berlin Tourist Information:
Read about Berlin's history and find out what's happening in the capital today.

Bundesliga -- Hertha Berlin:
Latest Hertha Berlin news, in German.

Olympiastadion Berlin:
Berlin's Olympic Stadium, designed by architect Werner March, was built between 1934 and 1936 for the '36 Olympic Games. Under renovation, the Olympic Stadium will be used for the 2006 World Cup Finals.

Kaiserslautern

1. FC Kaiserslautern:
The official Kaiserslautern website.

Bundesliga -- Kaiserslautern:
Latest Kaiserslautern news, in German.

Kaiserslautern -- The Town:
From 1950 to 1955, Kaiserslautern developed into the largest US military community outside the United States. Kaiserslautern is also called "K-town" among the American population in this area.

Hohenecken Castle:
There is archeological evidence that the mountaintop on which Hohenecken Castle sits was fortified even in Roman times.

The Fritz Walter Stadium:
The venue for the 2006 FIFA World Cup matches in Kaiserslautern.

SC Freiburg

SC Freiburg:
The official SC Freiburg website.

Bundesliga -- SC Freiburg:
Latest SC Freiburg news, in German.

Dreisamstadion Freiburg:
From Hauptbahnhof, travel across town on tram line 1, in the direction of Littenweiler, to Römerhof. From here it's about three minutes by foot to the stadium. If you're travelling by car, leave the A5 at the Freiburg-Mitte exit and continue in the direction of Donaueschingen. Car parking at the stadium is limited, so follow the P+R directions.

Freiburg Für Alle:
Take the online virtual tour of Freiburg.

Stadt Freiburg:
Find out more about the sunny Schwarzwald metropolis near the borders of France and Switzerland.

Schalke 04

FC Schalke 04:
The official Schalke 04 website.

Arena AufSchalke:
As well as being the home of Schalke 04, the AufShalke Arena is also used for concerts and will stage a selection of 2006 World Cup matches. Exit the A2 at Gelsenkirchen Buer or the A42 at Gelsenkirchen Schalke.

Bundesliga -- FC Schalke:
Latest Schalke news, in German.

Gelsenkirchen:
List of hotels, general information and special information on all the latest events in Gesenkirchen. If you can read German, ask for their excellent booklet on Gelsenkirchen for tourists entitled: Wer hätte das gedacht! This gives you all the basic information on the town and takes you along eight different theme routes.

TSV 1860 München

TSV München von 1860:
The official TSV 1680 München website. Interestingly there's a Chinese version but not an English one.

Allianz Arena:
Munich's landmark Olympic Stadium has long stood as a symbol of the city around the world. Now, the Allianz Arena is set to establish a new milestone in modern architecture as TSV 1860 and FC Bayern form a coalition to construct a new stadium for their teams.

Bundesliga -- 1860 München:
Latest 1860 Munich news, in German.

Munich Tourist Office:
Munich Tourist Office, Sendlinger Str. 1, D-80331 Munich.

VfB Stuttgart

VfB Stuttgart:
The official VfB Stuttgart website.

Bundesliga -- VfB Stuttgart:
Latest Stuttgart news, in German.

Flughafen Stuttgart:
How to get to, and from, Stuttgart airport.

Gottlieb-Daimler Stadion:
How to get to Stuttgart's stadium.

Messe Stuttgart:
Trade fairs and exhibitions in Stuttgart.

Stuttgart City Guide:
General information for visitors to Stuttgart.

Stuttgart Tourist:
Sights and attractions in Stuttgart.

VfL Bochum

Bochum is in the centre of the Ruhr-Area.

VfL Bochum 1848:
The official VfL Bochum website.

Bochum Tourism and Culture:
Things to see and do in and around Bochum. There's also a tourist information office at the main station (Hauptbahnhof).

Bundesliga -- VfL Bochum:
Latest VfL Bochum news, in German.

Ruhrstadion Bochum:
If you're driving, follow the A40 until the Ruhrstadion exit. Alternatively, trams S308 and S318 stop directly opposite the Ruhrstadion.

VfL Wolfsburg

VfL Wolfsburg:
The official VfL Wolfsburg website.

AutoSphere:
The virtual theme world of Autostadt concerns itself with topics and phenomena related to automobility.

Bundesliga -- VfL Wolfsburg:
Latest VfL Wolfsburg news, in German.

Getting to Wolfsburg's Volkswagen Arena:
The best way to get to Wolfsburg's stadium is on the A2 motorway. At the Königslutter intersection, take the A39 to the Weyhausener Knoten exit and follow the B188 to marked parking areas.

Volkswagen Arena:
Wolfsburg's state of the art football stadium.

Wolfsburg City Map:
Interactive map of Volkswagen Stadt -- or Gulfsburg to the marketing men.

Wolfsburg Tourismus:
Besides Salzgitter-Lebenstedt and Eisenhüttenstadt, Wolfsburg is the only city in Germany that was planned in the 20th century -- just to give the employees of a gigantic new automobile factory a home.

Werder Bremen

Bremen is located in north-west Germany.

SV Werder Bremen:
The official SV Werder Bremen website.

Bremen Tourism:
Bremen is steeped in more than 1,200 years of history. Several buildings, streets and squares have shaped this old Hanseatic city, while much of its centuries-old heritage has been retained.

Bundesliga -- Werder Bremen:
Latest Werder Bremen news, in German.

Wesserstadion:
The home of Werder Bremen is also used for national games, athletics and concerts.

Bundesliga Table


German Football

Bundesliga.de:
The official Bundesliga website.
Bayer 04 LeverkusenFC Bayern MünchenBorussia DortmundBorussia M'gladbachEintracht Frankfurt1.FC KölnHamburger SVHannover 96FC Hansa Rostock
Hertha BSC Berlin1. FC KaiserslauternSC FreiburgFC Schalke 04TSV 1860 MünchenVfB StuttgartVfL BochumVfL WolfsburgSV Werder Bremen

Deutscher Fussball Bund:
The official website of the German Football Association.

Kicker:
German sports magazine with extensive football coverage.

UEFA Coverage of German Football:
Bayern, Bochum, Dortmund, Eintracht, Freiburg, Hamburg, Hannover, Hansa, Hertha, Kaiserslautern, Köln, Leverkusen, Mönchengladbach, 1860 München, Schalke, Stuttgart, Werder Bremen, Wolfsburg.


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