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Westfalenstadion
Borussia Dortmund Signal Iduna Park Stadium 004
Full name Signal Iduna Park
Owners Borussia Dortmund
Location Dortmund, Germany
Built 1971–1974
Opened 2 April 1974
Renovated 1992, 1995–99, 2002–03, 2006
Tenants Borussia Dortmund
Capacity 53,872 (1974–1992)
42,800 (1992–1996)
54,000 (1996–1999)
68,600 (1999–2003)
83,000 (2003–2005)
81,264 (2005–2006)
80,708 (2006–2008)
80,552 (2008–2010)
80,720 (2010–2012)

80,645 (2012–)(League Matches),
65,590 (International Matches)
Field dimensions 105 m × 68 m
Highest attendance 83,000
(Dortmund-Schalke, 30 January 2004)
(Dortmund-Stuttgart, 6 March 2004)
(Dortmund-Bayern, 17 April 2004)
(Dortmund-Rostock, 1 May 2004)
(Dortmund-Bayern, 18 September 2004)
(Dortmund-Schalke, 5 December 2004)


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1974 FIFA World Cup stadiums

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