ETB Schwarz-Weiß Essen Stadion Uhlenkrug

The Uhlenkrug stadium provides space for about 10.000 spectators and is equipped with about 1.400 sheltered seats.

Uhlenkrug stadium

 


Data

Capacity: approx. 10.000 spectators

Seats: approx. 1.400 sheltered seats

History

2009

Due to diverse renovations (e. g. decreased standing places, fenced-in guest area with separate entry) we are able to meet the football associations' security restrictions. Thus, the Uhlenkrug stadium is suitable for the NRW-league, after some smaller renovations in the near future it will even be suitable for the regional league. The capacity now amounts to 9.950 spectators.

2001

The Gruga stadium, which we used as an alternative venue in the Second German Bundesliga, is knocked down.

1978

After the voluntary relegation from the Second German Bundesliga, our professional team returns to the Uhlenkrug stadium.

1975

Matches of the professional team are held at the municipal Gruga stadium, our amateur and youth teams keep playing at the Uhlenkrug stadium.

1973

Disposal of the stadium to the city of Essen.

1945-1947

Reconstruction of the Uhlenkrug stadium, which has been destroyed during World War II.

1922

Uhlenkrug stadium: Main pitch with sheltered stands, capacity of 35.000 spectators, 2 further fields, tennis court.

1913

Sports ground at the Meisenburg (inauguration on May 25th in 1913).

1904

Sports ground at Kruppstraße (inauguration on Whitsun 1904).

1901

Ground at the Tivoli in Stoppenberg.

1900

Ground at Haumannshof.


The concept of ETB Schwarz-Weiß Essen