Olympic Stadium – Berlin
Originally constructed for the 1936 Olympic Games, Germany’s version of Wembley has been the home of Bundesliga side Hertha Berlin since 1963 and will host the Euro 2024 final.
The stadium has hosted the final of the German Cup since 1985 and was the venue for 2006 World Cup final and 2015 Champions League final.
Allianz Arena – Munich
The newest ground on this list, the ultra-modern Allianz Arena has been home to German giants Bayern Munich since 2005.
Buuilt for the 2006 World Cup, its outer scales can change colours and it was the host of the 2012 Champions League final, where Chelsea beat its tenants on penalties.
Signal Iduna Park – Dortmund
The largest football in stadium in Germany, Borussia Dortmund’s home can pack in 81,360 supporters.
However, this amount is reduced to 65,851 when its terracing is replaced with seats for European and international matches.
Red Bull Arena – Leipzig
Built within the confines of the historic Zentralstadion, the Red Bull Arena became the home of the newly-created RB Leipzig in 2010.
Rheinenergie Stadion – Cologne
Built on the foundations of the old Mungersdorfer Stadion, Cologne’s new stadium was constructed for the 2006 World Cup and has four pillars that shine brightly at night.
Veltins-Arena – Gelsenkirchen
Volkspark Stadion – Hamburg
Commerzbank Arena – Frankfurt
Esprit Arena – Dusseldorf
Mercedes-Benz-Arena – Stuttgart