About SC Freiburg
The Schwarzwald-Stadion stadium, formerly known as the Dreisamstadion, Badenova-Stadion and Mage Solar Stadion, opened in 1954 and since then hosts all SC Freiburg matches. Currently it has a capacity of 25.000 spectators and it is located in the Waldsee district east of the city of Freiburg. The stadium has two photovoltaic energy stations and the lawn is equipped with ecological heating.
On several occasions it has been the venue for friendly matches of the Germany National Team and in 2006 during the FIFA World Cup it was the training field of the Netherlands National Team.
Schwarzwaldstraße 193 79117 Freiburg im Breisgau
How to get there
Bus: Lines 221, 7216, 18.
Tram: Line 1 (Römerhof).
The Sport Club Freiburg e.V., better known as SC Freiburg or simply Freiburg, was founded on May 30, 1904. Since then great players like Harry Decheiver, Uwe Wassmer, Aleksandr Borodiuk, Nils Petersen, Papiss Demba Cissé or Julian Schuster have dressed the red and black shirt.
The most glorious era for the team was during the 90s, when it was promoted for the first time in its history to the first division (1994). The year of its debut in the Bundesliga was third, just 3 points behind the champion, Borussia Dortmund, something historic in the competition. This allowed him to play the UEFA Europa League the following year (1996).
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