Having opened in 1968, it is made of synthetic grass and hosted the Faroe Islands Cup final in 1984. If you get bored of the Serbian football (which is very likely) then you can always head down and do some shopping. [3] He joined the club, located on the other bank of the Rhine, in 1971. Interviews on TV programme "Football's Greatest Managers", Sky TV, UK, May 2012. [49] On 17 October 2013, Hitzfeld announced that he would be retiring after the 2014 FIFA World Cup. Here you will find this scenic football stadium which has an eye catching backdrop, the orange-pink-lavender multi color hue in the sky symbolising the sunset occurring in the backdrop of the Pyrenean mountains. orange-pink-lavender multi color hue in the sky symbolising the sunset occurring in the backdrop of the Pyrenean mountains. What makes this stadium (if you can call it a stadium) so special is the location. It can fit 30,000 people and is entirely made of steel. This venue is where the club, Victoriano Arenas, play their games and has a capacity of 1,500 people. Do you notice anything strange in this picture? Le match est très serré et les Argentins le gagnent grâce à un but marqué pendant la 118e minute. That's right, there is a huge tree behind one of the goals that is right in the middle of the stands.

FC Gspon of the Swiss Mountain League host games at the Ottmar Hitzfeld Stadium, a stunning venue named after legendary former FC Basel and … [47], Hitzfeld led Switzerland to a second successive FIFA World Cup as his team remained unbeaten throughout the qualifying campaign. Ses parents lui donnent le prénom Ottmar en hommage au footballeur allemand Ottmar Walter, futur vainqueur de la Coupe du monde de football de 1954[3]. This stadium truly is a gem, one that would take your breath away. This stadium is unique for its remarkable surroundings. Club B68 Toftir are lucky enough to play their home games here, the stadium also hosts the national teams games also. Due to a lack of space in Tokyo at street level, they had to start using rooftops for recreational pitches and it’s worked an absolute treat. It was opened in 1912, but has been renovated several times over the years. This is an artificial grass field because at such a height, natural grass cannot grow. The football ground is home to FC Vaduz who compete in the Swiss Football League. It is located in the fishing village of Henningsvaer in northern Norway. Lors de la phase finale, la Nati termine à la deuxième place du Groupe E et se qualifie pour les huitièmes de finale, ou elle rencontre l'Argentine de Lionel Messi. The ground is 2,000 metres above sea level and can only be reached by cable car. It is basically a multiuse stadium and is located just round the corner of a volcano. La Suisse est cependant éliminée au terme du premier tour après une défaite contre le Chili et un match nul contre le Honduras. This stadium is located in the small fishing village of Henningsvær, which is distinctively known for its dramatic mountains and peaks, open sea and sheltered bays, beaches and untouched lands. [51] Switzerland defeated Ecuador,[52] lost to France,[53] and defeated Honduras[54] to finish second in Group E.[55] Hitzfeld's final match was a 1–0 extra time loss against Argentina in the round of 16 at the FIFA World Cup on 1 July 2014.