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Established
1899 (122 years old)

Sport
Soccer

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

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Location
Frankfurt, Germany

Nicknames
Die Adler

Competitions
German Bundesliga
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Upcoming Events
04 Dec 21 Hoffenheim  -  Ein Frankfurt
09 Dec 21 Fenerbahce  -  Ein Frankfurt
12 Dec 21 Ein Frankfurt  -  Leverkusen
15 Dec 21 Mönchengladbach  -  Ein Frankfurt
18 Dec 21 Ein Frankfurt  -  Mainz

Latest Results
28 Nov 21 Ein Frankfurt  2 - 1  Union Berlin
25 Nov 21 Ein Frankfurt  2 - 2  Antwerp
21 Nov 21 Freiburg  0 - 2  Ein Frankfurt
07 Nov 21 SPVGG Greuther  1 - 2  Ein Frankfurt
04 Nov 21 Olympiakos  1 - 2  Ein Frankfurt

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L'Eintracht Frankfurt (tedesco per Concordia Francoforte), noto in lingua italiana come Eintracht Francoforte, o semplicemente Eintracht, è una società polisportiva tedesca con sede a Francoforte sul Meno, la cui sezione più conosciuta è quella calcistica, fondata l'8 marzo 1899 e militante attualmente nella Bundesliga, la massima divisione del campionato tedesco.

Nella sua storia ha vinto un campionato tedesco (nel 1958-1959) e cinque Coppe di Germania. A livello internazionale si è aggiudicato la Coppa UEFA 1979-1980 (sconfitta esterna per 3-2 e vittoria casalinga per 1-0 in finale contro i connazionali del Borussia Mönchengladbach) ed è giunto in finale di Coppa dei Campioni nel 1959-1960, quando fu sconfitto dal Real Madrid.

Il club, che conta 90 000 membri[1], comprende anche altri 17 dipartimenti sportivi. I colori sociali sono il rosso, il bianco e il nero. La squadra di calcio disputa le partite interne alla Deutsche Bank Park, già Waldstadion, stadio situato nel distretto di Sachsenhausen di Francoforte.

Team Members
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Tuta
#35



David
Abraham
#19



Ragnar
Ache




Aymen
Barkok
#27



Elias
Bördner




Marijan
Ćavar
#42



Timothy
Chandler
#22



Danny
da #24



Erik
Durm
#25



Gelson
Fernandes
#5



Jonathan
de #6



Makoto
Hasebe
#20



Jens
Petter #23



Martin
Hinteregger
#13



Stefan
Ilsanker
#3



Luka
Jovic
#9



Daichi
Kamada
#15



Dominik
Kohr
#28



Filip
Kostic
#10



Sam
Lammers
#9



Evan
N'Dicka
#2



Sebastian
Rode
#17



Marco
Russ
#23



Markus
Schubert




Djibril
Sow
#8



Almamy
Touré
#18



Kevin
Trapp
#1



Felix
Wiedwald
#29



Amin
Younes
#34



Jan
Zimmermann
#37



Steven
Zuber



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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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