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December 7, 2020

Germany: 2020-21 Bundesliga – Location-maps, with Seasons-in-1st-Division for the current 18 clubs & All-time German Titles list./+ Illustrations for the 18 venues in 2020-21 Bundesliga.

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Germany: 2020-21 Bundesliga – Location-maps, with Seasons-in-1st-Division for the current 18 clubs & All-time German Titles list

By Bill Turianski on 7 December 2020; twitter.com/billsportsmaps.

Links…
-2020-21 Bundesliga (en.wikipedia.org).
-World Football.net site…worldfootball.net/bundesliga.
-Official site of Bundesliga (English)…bundesliga.com/en/bundesliga.
-Deutsche Welle [in English]…DW/en/sports.



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Credits above – Location-map by Bill Turianski. Blank map of Germany, by NordNordWest at File:Germany location map.svg (Wikimedia Commons).

    2020-21 German Bundesliga venues – the home stadiums of the 18 current Bundesliga clubs
    (Shown in order of the league table, from 8 December 2020 (after 10 weeks of the season)…

1st place, Bayern Munich: Allianz Arena, in Munich, Bavaria.
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Photo credits above – Diego Delso at File:Allianz Arena, Múnich, Alemania, 2013-02-11, DD 16.JPG (commons.wikimedia.org). Inset aerial photo, by Shutterstock via techwireasia.com.

2nd place, Bayer Leverkusen: BayArena, in Leverkusen [Greater Cologne], North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – Arne Müseler at File:Bayarena Leverkusen 2020.jpg (commons.wikimedia.org).

3rd place, RB Leipzig: Red Bull Arena, in Leipzig, Saxony.
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Photo credit above – Steffen Schellhorn/Imago via rblive.de/leipzig-stadion.




4th place, Borussia Dortmund: Westfalenstadion [aka Signal-Iduna Park], in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – screenshot of video image uploaded by Borussia Dortmund at youtube.com.

5th place, VfL Wolfsburg: Volkswagen Arena, in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony.
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Photo credit above – signify.com.

6th place, Union Berlin: Stadion An der Alten Försterei, in Köpenick, south-eastern Berlin.
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Photo credit above – Ralf Roletschek at Datei:19-08-17-Stadion-an-der-alten-Foersterei-DJI 0275.jpg (de.wikipedia.org).

7th place, Borussia Mönchengladbach: Borussia-Park, in Mönchengladbach, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – nuernbergluftbild.de/luftbilder/[stadion-borussia-park-moenchengladbach].





8th place, VfL Stuttgart: Mercedes-Benz Arena, in Stuttgart, Baden-Württemberg.
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Photo credit above – Carsten Reidl via tagblatt.de

9th place, Eintracht Frankfurt: Waldstadion [aka Deutche Bank Park], in Frankfurt am Main, Hesse.
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Photo credit above – unattributed at br.pinterest.com.

10th place, Hoffenheim: Rhine-Neckar Arena, in Sinsheim, in the Rhine-Neckar metro-region in Baden-Württemberg.
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Photo credit above – unattributed at usports.in.

11th place, FC Augsburg: Augsburg Arena [aka WWK Arena], in Augsburg, Swabia, Bavaria.
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Photo credit above – Ulrich Wagner/Archivfoto via augsburger-allgemeine.de/sport.





12th place, Hertha Berlin: Olympiastadion, in the Charlottenburg-Wilmersdorf district of the city-state of Berlin - the home of Hertha, Berliner Sport-Club.
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Photo credit above – stadionbetreiber.de/[berlin-olympiastadion].

13th place, Werder Bremen: Weser-Stadion, in Bremen, Free Hanseatic City of Bremen (city-state).
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Photo credit above – bremen.eu/weser-stadium.

14th place, Freiburg: Schwarzwald-Stadion, in Freiburg im Breisgau, Baden-Württemberg.
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Image credit above – screenshot of video uploaded by Google Earth Stadium Flights at youtube.com.

15th place, FC Köln: Rhein Energie Stadion in Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – rundschau-online.de.





16th place, Arminia Bielefeld: Bielefelder Alm, in Bielefeld, North Rhine-Westphalia.
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Photo credit above – arminia-bielefeld.de.

17th place, Mainz 05: Opel Arena, in Mainz, Greater Frankfurt, Rhineland-Palatinate.
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Photo credit above – allgemeine-zeitung.de.

Last place, Schalke 04: Veltins-Arena, in Gelsenkirchen, North Rhine-Westphalia (part of the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region).
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Photo credit above – PA via offthepitch.com.

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Thanks to all at the following links
-Blank map of Germany, by NordNordWest at File:Germany location map.svg (Wikimedia Commons).
-Map with Federal States of Germany from States of Germany (en.wikipedia.org).
-14 largest German cities from List of cities in Germany by population (en.wikipedia.org).

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