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General
Merkur Spiel-Arena
Merkur Spiel-Arena
Former name(s) Esprit Arena
LTU Arena
Owners City of Düsseldorf
Location Düsseldorf, Germany
Built 2002–2004
Opened 10 September 2004
Tenants Fortuna Düsseldorf (2004–present)
Germany national football team
(selected matches)
Bayer Leverkusen (2008–2009)
KFC Uerdingen (2019-20)
Capacity 54,600 (9,917 standing)
66,500 (concerts)

Merkur Spielarena (stylized as MERKUR SPIEL-ARENA), known previously 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 closable roof. Its special heating system allows the stadium to host comfortable events at the height of winter.

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2. Bundesliga stadiums 2017–18

Sparkassen-Erzgebirgsstadion · Schüco-Arena · Vonovia-Ruhrstadion · Eintracht-Stadion · Merck-Stadion am Böllenfalltor · DDV-Stadion · MSV-Arena · Esprit Arena · Sportpark Ronhof · Voith-Arena · Audi Sportpark · Fritz-Walter-Stadion · Holstein-Stadion · Grundig-Stadion · Continental Arena · BWT-Stadion am Hardtwald · Millerntor-Stadion · Alte Försterei

UEFA Euro 2024 stadiums

Olympiastadion (Berlin) · RheinEnergieStadion (Cologne) · Westfalenstadion (Dortmund) · Merkur Spiel-Arena (Düsseldorf) · Waldstadion (Frankfurt) · Arena AufSchalke (Gelsenkirchen) · Volksparkstadion (Hamburg) · Red Bull Arena (Leipzig) · Allianz Arena (Munich) · Mercedes-Benz Arena (Stuttgart)

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