BayArena Leverkusen


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BayArena Leverkusen Progress is built on ideas.

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The BayArena in Leverkusen is one of Germany’s and Europe’s most modern football stadiums. A one of a kind arena, setting and exceeding new standards not only as far as competitiveness is concerned. Home of the German Bundesliga Team, of Bayer 04 Leverkusen, the arena impresses team of 1899 Hoffenheim. with its tremendous architecThe international premiere was ture and offers perfect solucelebrated in September 2009 tions for visitors seeking with a friendly match of the comfort, unobstructed sightGerman National Team against lines and a well situated the 2010 World Cup Host,...

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Successful season start: the Bundesliga Team of Bayer 04 Leverkusen celebrated its first match inside the BayArena with a victory against the Team of 1899 Hoffenheim.

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After 20 months of reconstruction and expansion the BayArena offers plenty of space for more than 30,000 spectators. It was formerly called “Ulrich-Haberland-Stadium”. The team colors red and black are visible on the lettering on the outside of the arena. The red and black seats inside the venue are arranged to display “1904” and “Bayer 04 Leverkusen”. According to the design of Hentrich-Petschnigg & Partner (HHP), architects of Düsseldorf, Max Bögl in joint venture with Köster AG, took on the overall responsibility for the realization of the 70 million Euro project. Some structural...

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In 2007 the main challenge of the expansion- and reconstruction activities was to increase the existing stands of the north, west and east sides of the stadium. Thus, new VIPboxes could be created between the lower- and upper tiers of the arena. Also, the hospitality section received a new appearance with restaurants and lounges for 2,000 spectators. The new 4-level west standbuilding with 17,400 m² gross floor area perfectly completes the extension program. The 2,600 m² glass paned lower level with locker- and treatment facilities has quadrupled in size. On the other floors, there are...

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Prominent land mark – the gigantic roof of the BayArena with its 217 m diameter

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Spectacular roof construction of steel and Makrolon protects visitors from weather conditions. Structural highlight and prime example for Max Bögl’s competence in steel- and plant design in the field of complex roof construction for sports arenas, is displayed in the circular roof formation of the BayArena. With a diameter of 217 m the roof reaches far beyond the extended platform areas, providing shelter from rain and sun for visitors even in the front rows of the arena. The supporting structure of the roof with a skin of Makrolon cellular sheets is based on the principle of a spoke wheel...

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Technical data: Length of the building: 192,5 m Width of the building: 194 m Building volume: platform extension + west building: approx. 101.200 m³ Gross floor area: platform extension + west building: approx. 22.900 m² Diameter of the stadium roof: 217 m Planning and construction period: 12/07 to 08/09 Construction costs: approx. EUR 70 millions Customer: Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fußball GmbH Architect: HPP Hentrich-Petschnigg & Partner, Düsseldorf Planning of the supporting structure: Ingenieurbüro Schlaich Bergermann & Partner, Stuttgart Comprehensive responsibility: Max Bögl Bauunternehmung...

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