Heinz-Steyer-Stadion

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Heinz-Steyer-Stadion
Sportforum Dresden 58.jpg
Location Dresden
Coordinates 51°2′28″N 13°44′54″E / 51.04111°N 13.74833°E / 51.04111; 13.74833Coordinates: 51°2′28″N 13°44′54″E / 51.04111°N 13.74833°E / 51.04111; 13.74833
Owner City of Dresden
Operator City of Dresden
Capacity 3,000 (before: 55,000 [only with extra made gantry-grandstand from steel])
Construction
Built 1918
Opened January 1, 1919; 95 years ago (1919-01-01)
Tenants
Dresdner SC, Dynamo Dresden II, Dresden Monarchs

The Heinz-Steyer-Stadion is a Football and athletics stadium in Dresden, which is currently used by the Dresdner SC. It has a capacity of about 30,000, but is currently restricted to about 5,000 for soccer matches (although it had attendances of more than 50,000 people in the 1930s). It was also the first stadium of Dynamo Dresden. It was the venue for Dynamo's first Inter-Cities Fairs Cup match, against Rangers.

Clubs that use the stadium[edit]

International football matches[edit]

Date Time (MET) Team Home Final score (Halftime score) Team Guest Variety Spectators
1953-06-14 13:00 East Germany East Germany national football team 0:0 (0:0) Goals scored: none - Television: Deutscher Fernsehfunk BulgariaBulgaria national football team Exhibition game - Referee: György Danko (HUN) 55,000[1]
1959-05-01 14:00 East Germany East Germany national football team 0:1 (0:1) Goals scored: Janos Göröcs (HUN) 59' - Television: Deutscher Fernsehfunk HungaryHungary national football team Exhibition game - Referee: Leif Gulliksen (NOR) 50,000[2]
1962-10-14 16:00 East Germany East Germany national football team 3:2 (1:0) Goals scored: Günther Wirth (GDR) 6', Günter Schröter (GDR) 47', Emil Petru (ROU) 52', Emil Petru (ROU) 60', Rainer Nachtigall 62' - Television: Deutscher Fernsehfunk RomaniaRomania national football team Exhibition game - Referee: Mach (TCH) 30,000[3]
1969-04-16 16:00 East Germany East Germany national football team 2:1 (1:0) Goals scored: Wolfram Löwe (GDR) 31', Harold England (WAL) 57', Peter Rock (GDR) 89' - Television: Deutscher Fernsehfunk Wales Wales national football team 1970 FIFA World Cup qualification - Referee: Geluck (BEL) 45.000[4]

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