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Location Seckbach, Frankfurt,

50°7′59″N 8°43′49″E / 50.13306°N 8.73028°E / 50.13306; 8.73028Coordinates: 50°7′59″N 8°43′49″E / 50.13306°N 8.73028°E / 50.13306; 8.73028

Built 1920
Surface Grass
Capacity 6,000
Field dimensions 104 m x 67 m
Eintracht Frankfurt U23 (until 2008)

Riederwaldstadion is a stadium in Seckbach district of Frankfurt am Main in Germany. It is traditionally the home ground of Eintracht Frankfurt U23.[1]

The stadium was destroyed during the World War II in 1943 and was rebuilt in 1952.


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