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Established
1899 (121 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Commerzbank-Arena
(51,500 Capacity)

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Location
Frankfurt, Germany

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German Bundesliga
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UEFA Europa League

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Eintracht Frankfurt e.V. is a German sports club based in Frankfurt, Hesse, that is best known for its association football club, currently playing in the Bundesliga, the top tier of the German football league system.

The club was founded in 1899 and have won one German championship, five DFB-Pokals and one UEFA Cup. Since 1925, their stadium has been the Waldstadion, which was renamed Commerzbank-Arena in 2005.

History
Club origins
The origins of the side go back to a pair of football clubs founded in 1899: Frankfurter Fußball-Club Viktoria von 1899 – regarded as the "original" football side in the club's history – and Frankfurter Fußball-Club Kickers von 1899. Both clubs were founding members of the new Nordkreis-Liga in 1909. These two teams merged in May 1911 to become Frankfurter Fußball Verein (Kickers-Viktoria), an instant success, taking three league titles from 1912 to 1914 in the Nordkreis-Liga and qualifying for the Southern German championship in each of those seasons. In turn, Frankfurter FV joined the gymnastics club Frankfurter Turngemeinde von 1861 to form TuS Eintracht Frankfurt von 1861 in 1920. (The German word Eintracht means 'harmony, concord,' and Eintracht X is the equivalent of English X United in the names of sports teams.)

Team Members
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David
Abraham
#19


Marijan
Ćavar
#42


Timothy
Chandler
#22


Danny
da #24


Bas
Dost
#9

Erik
Durm
#25

Gelson
Fernandes
#5


Mijat
Gaćinović
#11


Jonathan
de #6


Makoto
Hasebe
#20


Martin
Hinteregger
#13


Stefan
Ilsanker
#3


Daichi
Kamada
#15


Dominik
Kohr
#28


Filip
Kostic
#10


Evan
N'Dicka
#2


Gonçalo
Paciência
#39


Sebastian
Rode
#17

Marco
Russ
#23


Frederik
Rønnow
#32


André
Silva
#33


Djibril
Sow
#8


Lucas
Torro
#16


Almamy
Touré
#18


Kevin
Trapp
#1


Felix
Wiedwald
#29


Jan
Zimmermann
#37

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Stadium or Home

Commerzbank-Arena is a retractable roof sports stadium in Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany. Commonly known by its original name, Waldstadion (English: Forest Stadium), the stadium opened in 1925. The stadium has been upgraded several times since then; the most recent remodelling was its redevelopment as a football-only stadium in preparation for the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup and 2006 FIFA World Cup. With a capacity of 51,500 spectators for league matches and 48,500 for American Football and International Football matches, it is among the ten largest football stadiums in Germany. The stadium was one of the nine venues of 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup, and hosted four matches including the final.

The sports complex, which is owned by the city of Frankfurt, includes the actual stadium and other sports facilities, including a swimming pool, a tennis complex, a beach volleyball court and a winter sports hall. The arena has its own railway station, Frankfurt Stadion, on the national rail network.

The Commerzbank-Arena is home stadium of football club Eintracht Frankfurt whose offices are also located on the premises.

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