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Wildparkstadion
Wildparkstadion Karlsruhe 001
Owners Stadt Karlsruhe (City of Karlsruhe)
Opened August 7, 1955
Renovated 1978, 1986, 1991-1993
Tenants Karlsruher SC (Fußball-Bundesliga)
World Games 1989
Capacity 29,699
Field dimensions 105 x 68 m
Surface Grass

Wildparkstadion is a football stadium located in Karlsruhe, Germany. It is the home of the football club Karlsruher SC.

It is located northeast of the Karlsruhe Palace (Schloss) and is part of the former deer park (Wildpark) of the Grand Dukes of Baden in the Hardtwald, hence the name. There have been football pitches at the location since 1922, and the stadium was built in 1955, with several major renovations since.

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Karlsruher
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Alpenbauer Sportpark (SpVgg Unterhaching) · BRITA-Arena (SV Wehen Wiesbaden) · Eintracht-Stadion (Eintracht Braunschweig) · Erdgas Sportpark (Hallescher FC) · Ernst-Abbe-Sportfeld (Carl Zeiss Jena) · Flyeralarm Arena (Würzburger Kickers) · Fritz-Walter-Stadion (1. FC Kaiserslautern) · Grünwalder Stadion (1860 Munich) · Hänsch-Arena (SV Meppen) · Mechatronik Arena (SG Sonnenhof Großaspach) · MSV-Arena (KFC Uerdingen) · Osnatel-Arena (VfL Osnabrück) · Ostalb Arena (VfR Aalen) · Ostseestadion (Hansa Rostock) · Preußenstadion (Preußen Münster) · Sportpark am Lotter Kreuz (Sportfreunde Lotte) · Stadion der Freundschaft (Energie Cottbus) · Stadion Zwickau (FSV Zwickau) · Südstadion (Fortuna Köln) · Wildparkstadion (Karlsruher SC)

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