Ellenfeld Stadium in Neunkirchen

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description

brief description: 

the Ellenfeld Stadium in Neunkirchen was built in 1912 and has since been transformed and expanded several times. The most recent major modification was the renovation of the spectator stands in 2002. They can now seat up to 23,000 football fans

relevant filming facts

usage: 
football stadium, sports events, concerts
condition: 
good
Background noise: 
quiet
surroundings: 
to the north, south, and west, the stadium borders on expansive grasslands and forests. To the east, it borders onto a large and busy parking lot (Mantes-la-Ville-Platz)
Lift/elevator: 
none
Space restrictions: 
to be discussed
Time restrictions : 
to be discussed
Catering: 
can be organised, upon prior agreement, by the Borussen-Heim club house (inside the stadium)
premises: 
additional facilities for make-up, wardrobe, technical equipment, etc. can be made available upon request
Filming experience: 
television broadcasts of football games, programmes for Pro7 (German private TV broadcast channel), etc.

accessibility

car: 
coming from Saarbrücken on the A623 and A8 motorways, take the Neunkirchen-Oberstadt exit. Turn left onto Zweibrücker-Straße and follow the course of the road for approx. 500 m. Turn half-right onto Scheibstraße and after approx. 150 m, make another right, back onto Zweibrücker-Straße. After approx. 400 m, turn left onto Mantes-la-Ville-Platz, which leads directly to the stadium
train: 
public buses operate between the stadium (Mantes-la-Ville-Platz) and Neunkirchen Central Station (Hauptbahnhof Neunkirchen).

supply

sanitary facilities: 
available
parking lot: 
sufficient spaces available
electricity supply: 
available (32 Amp)
water supply: 
available

contact

Steffen Conrad
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