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Stadium Nuremberg
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Stadium Nuremberg
Full name Grundig Stadion
Former name(s) Städtisches Stadion (1928–1945, 1961-1991)
Victory Stadium (1945–1961)
Frankenstadion (1991–2006)
easyCredit-Stadion (2006–2012)
Owners City of Nuremberg
Location Nuremberg, Germany
Built 1928
Opened 1928
Tenants 1. FC Nuremberg
Capacity 50,000
Field dimensions 105 × 68 m
Surface Grass
Germany crest
Germany Germany
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