Franz Fekete Stadium

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Franz-Fekete-Stadion
Franz Fekete Stadion Kapfenberg Birdseye.jpg
Former names Alpenstadion
Location Kapfenberg, Austria
Capacity 10,000
Surface Natural Turf
Construction
Opened 10 September 1950
Renovated 1987, 2003, 2011
Construction cost £6.80 Million
Tenants
Kapfenberger SV

Franz Fekete Stadion is a multipurpose stadium in Kapfenberg, Austria. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of Kapfenberger SV. The stadium was constructed in 1950, and currently holds 10,000 people.

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The opening game was played against Austria Vienna who beat the home side 8-1. The stadium held the 1994, 1995 and 1996 Austrian Supercup finals. In the 1996/97 Sturm Graz played a large number of their home games at the stadium. They also played their three homes games in the UEFA Cup in Kapfenberg, with the game against Inter Milan played in front of 11,000 spectators. [1]

Coordinates: 47°26′38″N 15°18′02″E / 47.4438888889°N 15.3005555556°E / 47.4438888889; 15.3005555556

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