Name
Fortuna Düsseldorf

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Uwe Rösler

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Established
1895 (125 years old)

Sport
Soccer

Stadium/Home
Esprit Arena
(54,600 Capacity)

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Location
Düsseldorf, Germany

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Competitions
German 2. Bundesliga
DFB-Pokal

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Upcoming Events
26 Sep 20 Fortuna Düsseldorf   -  Wuerzburger Kickers
04 Oct 20 Holstein Kiel   -  Fortuna Düsseldorf
18 Oct 20 Fortuna Düsseldorf   -  Jahn Regensburg
25 Oct 20 Hannover   -  Fortuna Düsseldorf
01 Nov 20 Fortuna Düsseldorf   -  FC Heidenheim

Latest Results
18 Sep 20 Hamburg  2 - 1  Fortuna Düsseldorf
12 Sep 20 Ingolstadt  0 - 1  Fortuna Düsseldorf
05 Sep 20 Fortuna Düsseldorf  1 - 0  Paderborn
28 Aug 20 Vitesse  2 - 2  Fortuna Düsseldorf
22 Aug 20 Fortuna Düsseldorf  1 - 0  Bochum

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Fortuna Düsseldorf is a German football club in Düsseldorf, North Rhine-Westphalia. Founded in 1895, Fortuna entered the league in 1913 and was a fixture in the top flight from the early 1920s up to the creation of the Bundesliga in 1963. 2019–20 was their 25th season in the Bundesliga and the second in a row since getting promoted from the 2. Bundesliga in the 2017–18 season.

Team Members
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Opoku
Ampomah
#27



Aymen
Barkok
#8



Adam
Bodzek
#13



Johannes
Bühler
#40



Diego
Contento
#26



Kevin
Danso




Oliver
Fink
#7



Niko
Gießelmann
#23



Rouwen
Hennings
#28



Andre
Hoffmann
#3



Mathias
Jørgensen
#19



Kenan
Karaman
#11



Dawid
Kownacki
#9



Alfredo
Morales
#6



Kasim
Nuhu
#4



Thomas
Pledl
#18



Michael
Rensing
#1



Steven
Skrzybski
#20



Marcel
Sobottka
#31



Zack
Steffen
#24



Markus
Suttner
#29



Erik
Thommy
#15



Tim
Wiesner
#38



Raphael
Wolf
#30



Jean
Zimmer
#39



Matthias
Zimmermann
#25


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Stadium or Home

Merkur Spielarena (stylized as MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA), previously known as the Esprit Arena (until 2 August 2018), the LTU Arena (until June 2009), and as the Düsseldorf Arena (during the 2011 Eurovision Song Contest), is a multi-functional football stadium in Düsseldorf, Germany. The stadium holds 54,600 and has a retractable roof. Its special heating system allows the stadium to host comfortable events at the height of winter.

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