Two weeks spent in Central Europe could not pass without this space taking advantage of the proximity to famous football clubs and grounds. Here are several visited over the past fourteen days:

Generali Arena, Sparta Praha – Prague, Czech Republic

Ďolíček Stadion, Bohemians 1905 – Prague, Czech Republic

Sportanlage Langenau, SC Eltersdorf – Eltersdorf, Germany

Olympia Stadion, Hertha BSC – Berlin, Germany

Rudolf-Harbig-Stadion, Dynamo Dresden – Dresden, Germany


3 thoughts on “Quick Footballing Tour of Central Europe

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  2. Cool stadiums. One thing I like about European football is how you can have tiny clubs hosting giants in small intimate playing grounds. That is something you never see in US professional sports (all grounds are huge) and rarely in major college football. On the rare occasion when a stud program plays a little guy on the road they never host it at their home stadium. Last year I watched Villa play in a cup match on the road and the stadium had about 5 rows of seats on the opposite side of the pitch. It was great.

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