Wedaustadion

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Wedaustadion
Unversiade DU89 01.jpg
Wedaustadion in 1989
Location Duisburg, Germany
Surface Grass
Construction
Opened 1921
Closed 2003
Demolished 2003
Tenants

MSV Duisburg

seating_capacity = 30,112

Wedaustadion was a multi-purpose stadium in Duisburg, Germany. It was the home ground for MSV Duisburg until the club moved to the new MSV-Arena after the 2003–04 season. The stadium held 30,112. It was built in 1921 and was the second biggest stadium in Germany at the time.

Coordinates: 51°24′32.52″N 6°46′43.19″E / 51.4090333°N 6.7786639°E / 51.4090333; 6.7786639


Preceded by
Home of
MSV Duisburg
1921–2003
Succeeded by
MSV-Arena
2004–present
Preceded by
Maksimir Stadium
 Yugoslavia
Universiade
1989
Succeeded by
Don Valley Stadium
 UK