Stadion Wiener Neustadt

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Stadion Wiener Neustadt
Full name Magna Arena
Location Wiener Neustadt, Austria
Capacity 10,000[1]
Built 2003
Opened 19 May 1955
Renovated 2009
SC Wiener Neustadt

Stadion Wiener Neustadt, also known as Magna Arena, is a stadium in Wiener Neustadt, Austria. It is mostly used for football matches. Its only tenant is SC Wiener Neustadt; former Austrian champions 1. Wiener Neustädter SC have also utilized the structure. Other uses of the stadium include speedway racing.


Stadion Wiener Neustadt opened its gates on 19 May 1955. Its construction took three years. Upon its completion, former Nationalliga team 1. Wiener Neustädter SC used the stadium for their home matches, as well as SV Admira Wiener Neustadt in the 1972–73 season.

Its visitor record dates from 14 September 1963, when 12,000 people visited the match between SC Wiener Neustadt and Austria Wien and celebrated a surprise 1–0 home team victory. Other highlights include the first leg of the Austrian Cup 1964–65 between SC Wiener Neustadt and LASK Linz and a match in the European Cup Winners' Cup 1965–66 against Romanian sides Ştiinţa Cluj on 1 September 1965.

During the 1980s, Stadion Wiener Neustadt was widely modernized, including the installation of floodlights and the completion of the roofed main stand. The Austrian Supercup final 1992 was staged in the stadium in 1992. After the relegation of SC Wiener Neustadt from the Austrian second division in 1995, no professional football was played in the stadium until 2008 when FC Magna Wiener Neustadt from nearby Oberwaltersdorf decided to use the structure for their home matches.

Another renovation was made in 2008, at a cost of 1.2 million Euros.[2] The existing floodlight installation was upgraded, adaptions for spectators, players and the media were made.


  1. ^ "Trainingstart Steinbrunn" (in German). SC Wiener Neustadt. 19 June 2009. Retrieved 20 June 2009. 
  2. ^ FC Magna Wiener Neustadt: Stadionadaptierung läuft auf Hochdruck

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Coordinates: 47°49′22″N 16°15′19″E / 47.82278°N 16.25528°E / 47.82278; 16.25528