Linzer Stadion

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Linzer Stadion
Gugl.jpg
Location Linz, Austria
Capacity 21,005[1]
Opened 28 June 1952

Linzer Stadion is a multi-purpose stadium, in Linz, Austria. Originally built in 1952, the stadium was last modified in 2012 and now has a capacity of 21,005.[1] The 2012 modifications included the installation of rail seats for safe standing.

The stadium was opened on 28 July 1952,[2] on the grounds of the former Froschberg-Brickworks. The stadium is also known as "Auf der Gugl", the name of the hill on which it is situated.

It is currently used mostly for football matches and hosts most matches of FC Blau-Weiß Linz and top matches of LASK Linz.

Concerts[edit]

P!nk performed at the venue on 8 July 2010 during The Funhouse Summer Carnival.

Bon Jovi performed at the venue on May 15, 2006 during their Have a Nice Day Tour

Pop Superstar Michael jackson performed at the venue on September 6, 1988 during his Bad World Tour.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "LIVASPORT - Technical Rider". livasport.at. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Die Geschichte des Linzer Stadions auf der Gugl | Redaktion Österreichisches Pressebüro". oepb.at. Retrieved 24 February 2017. 

Coordinates: 48°17′36″N 14°16′35″E / 48.29333°N 14.27639°E / 48.29333; 14.27639