Plano general del estadio Bosussia Park

The Borussia-Park

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NEWS | 26/10/2020

This is Real Madrid's first visit to the 60,250-capacity stadium, which was built in 2004.
Tonight sees Real Madrid take on Borussia Mönchengladbach on Matchday 2 of the Champions League group stage (9pm CET). This encounter represents the madridistas' maiden away outing in this season's competition and a first visit to the 60,250-capacity Borussia-Park, which was built in 2004. 

In Bundesliga fixtures, arena can house 54,022 fans, whilst for international matches, its capacity drops to 46,291. The stadium covers a total area of 311,533 m2, a space that includes a training centre and a hotel. The stadium hosted games during the 2011 Women's World Cup.

The Borussia-Park became the club's home after they left the Bökelbergstadion, where Gladbach enjoyed the greatest feats in the club's history in the 70s. Madrid have only ever visited Borussia Mönchengladbach twice (in 1976 and 1985), but the German outfit hosted those matches at Düsseldorf's Rheinstadion.