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Millerntor-Stadion
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Millerntor-Stadion
Full name Millerntor-Stadion
Location Hamburg, Germany
Broke ground 1961
Opened 1963
Renovated 1988
Expanded 2006-2015
Tenants FC St. Pauli
Capacity 29,546
Field dimensions 105 m × 68 m
Surface Grass
Highest attendance 29,546 (FC St. Pauli - Bielefeld
25 July 2015

The Millerntor-Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium in Hamburg St. Pauli, Germany. It is mainly used for football matches and is the home stadium of FC St. Pauli. It is on the Heiligengeistfeld, near the Reeperbahn, the red light district of Hamburg. The stadium had a capacity of 32,000 when it was built in 1961. Sometimes it is used for the American football team of the Hamburg Blue Devils and, although very rarely, for concerts or festivals such as a show by Prince on 31 August 1988, the Retter festival 2003 or the Jubiläumsfestival 100 Jahre FC St.Pauli in 2010.

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2. Bundesliga stadiums 2017–18

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