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Message 1 - posted by James D - 606 Manager - (U1625445) , Jun 9, 2006

Hamburg's 55,000-capacity AOL Arena replaces the Volksparkstadion, the famous venue where East Germany beat West Germany in the 1974 World Cup final.

The stadium is home to Hamburg SV; Kevin Keegan was twice named European Footballer of the Year during his three years with the club.

news.bbc.co.uk/sport...

If you've been to Hamburg before, or are planning to go for a match or just to soak up the atmosphere, please post your views, comments and questions here.
       

Message 2 - posted by joesimmons (U2055414) , Jun 9, 2006

yer im going to hamburg, for the quarter final.

does anyone know of any campsites around the stadium or city centre, where we can stay, at a fairly respectable price?

thanks.

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Message 3 - posted by Tom (U3916862) , Jun 10, 2006

I came to Hamburg on Thursday to take in the atmosphere and possibly go to the Argentina v Ivory Coast match. I am taking lots of photos to document my trip - which you can see at the link below. This will be updated every night until I leave for Barcelona on Tuesday.

www.tombland.co.uk/h...

All photos are © Tom Bland, 2006.

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Message 4 - posted by Agent Mubarak (U1976567) , Jun 11, 2006

It looks good!

I'll be there on Saturday

Where was that human table football - looks like a laugh?

Anything else you'd recommend while I'm there?

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Message 5 - posted by oooooz (U1764523) , Jun 12, 2006

I`m on my way there on Sunday , going to the Ukraine game (G/F is Ukrainian) , then travelling down to Berlin for there 3rd game.

Seeing the photos has made me look even more forward to going, cheers.

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Message 6 - posted by Colin (U2444951) , Jun 12, 2006

Hamburg is an amazing place. I lived there for a year between 2004-2005. I'd recommend everyone to take a visit to the Reeperbahn for a crazy night out, to the area North, West & East of the lake for an amazing chill out. As for as accommodation goes, try areas such as Schlump. I'm gutted that England isn't playing at this venue, because it would truly be even more amazing.

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Message 7 - posted by PetertheRed (U2292803) , Jun 12, 2006

Ive been to Hamburg, a wonderful place for a night out. Stayed in the Radison SAS hotel which was so expensive my brothers credit card tried to run away!!! The Reeperbahn is well worth a visit and the booze is marvellous. Having said all that, what on earth has this drivel got to do with a football MB? Get rid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Message 8 - posted by GT49er (U1745246) , Jun 20, 2006

Hmm, this whole thread, dross though it is, looks unwanted....abandoned even.

Room for a few sqatters, methinks. Me first - mine's the big room upstairs with the view out on to the gardens at the back...............Oh, and the kettle in the kitchen's mine, by the way - nobody touches that!

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Message 9 - posted by Tom (U3916862) , Jun 21, 2006

Sorry for the late reply [I went to Barcelona for a week after Hamburg and wasn't onlne much]...

The human table football was set up in the University campus but wasn't there the next time i went passed. Hope you had a good time...

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Message 10 - posted by mazlon (U4662063) , Jun 25, 2006

hey joe,

There are two campingsites around the stadium, or at least not too far away from it. The first is a rather small one but it's ok: 'Campingplatz Buchholz', Kieler Straße 374, 22525 Hamburg,
Fon 0049-40-540 45 32, Fax 0049-40-540 25 36.
The second is larger: 'Campingplatz Hamburg Schnelsen-Nord', Wunderbrunnen 2, 22457 Hamburg.
Fon 0049-40-559 42 25, Fax 0049-40-550 73 43. The German Red Cross also offers a large and free campingsite in hamburg during the worldcup period, but it's located in the south of Hamubrg and the stadium is in the north, so it might take a while to get from the site to the stadium, but however camping on the site is for free. check this link:
www.fancamp-hamburg....
Hope this is somehow useful to you winkeye
Greetings from Hamburg.

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Message 11 - posted by GT49er (U1745246) , Jul 3, 2006

Anybody hear a sort of echo in here?

No...of course not - nobody's bothered to visit this shambolic BBC excuse for a football thread for ages.

It wasn't wanted in the first place, and certainly isn't wanted now.

Oh, and just to stay on topic, Hamburg is probably a jolly sooper place, where people can visit the Reeperbahn and catch the same as what the Beatles caught forty years ago...............

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