Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna

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Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna - Address, Phone Number

Address: Meiereistraße 7, 1020 Wien, Austria

Phone: +43-17280854

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Ernst Happel Stadion boasts of being the largest stadium in Austria and is thus considered to be one of the attractions of the city. Built between 1929 and 1931 for the purpose of the second Workers’ Olympiad, it was designed by the German architect Otto Ernst Schweizer. Today, it is the largest football stadium in Austria and is also home to the Austrian national football team. While you are in the city of Vienna, do check out for the latest sports events here to see the sports action and experience the thrill of a football game.

Ernst Happel Stadion Ticket Prices

  • For online tickets, refer the website.

Ernst Happel Stadion Opening and Closing Hours

  • As per the matches.

How To reach Ernst Happel Stadion by Public Transport

  • By Subway station: Donaumarina

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Ernst Happel Stadion, Vienna Reviews - Write a Review

  • Poor comfort.. Often long waiting time for the security check, narrow seats and rows, too fast away from the pitch.. Simply a stadium from the last century.

  • Had a great time. There must be a concession stand, but we didn't find it/need it. Game was good, easy to watch, seating is good, signage is clear.

  • Good venue but if you want to be part of the cheering side, make sure to get tickets in the D or C section. Once you are in you are not able to move to over sections.

  • Very nice Stadium...everything well equipped and organised...everythnig looks so nice

  • About 100 years old witty a unique roof construction making it one of the most remarkable "old-school" stadiums standing out in a world full of modern arenas, giving great atmosphere especially to open air concerts.

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