Warsteiner HockeyPark

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Warsteiner HockeyPark
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Location Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia
Germany Germany
Capacity 9,000[1] (Field hockey)
Surface sintetic
Opened 2005
Tenants
Mönchengladbach Mavericks (GFL) (2005-present)

The Warsteiner HockeyPark is a multi-use stadium in Mönchengladbach, Germany. It is currently used mostly for american football and field hockey matches and hosted the 2006 Men's Hockey World Cup, the 2008 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy, the 2010 Men's Hockey Champions Trophy and the 2013 Women's Hockey Junior World Cup . The stadium is run by former German field hockey international Michael Hilgers.

It is also used by the American football team Mönchengladbach Mavericks.

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Preceded by
Malaysia National Hockey Stadium
Kuala Lumpur
International Hockey Federation
Hockey World Cup

2006
Succeeded by
Dhyan Chand National Stadium
New Delhi
Preceded by
State Netball and Hockey Centre
Melbourne
International Hockey Federation
Hockey Champions Trophy

2010
Succeeded by
North Harbour Hockey Stadium
Auckland
Preceded by
Wagener Stadium
Amstelveen
European Hockey Federation
EuroHockey Nations Championship

2011
Succeeded by
TBD
TBD

Coordinates: 51°10′40″N 6°23′24″E / 51.17778°N 6.39000°E / 51.17778; 6.39000