Reichshofstadion

Planet Pure Stadion is a multi-use stadium in Lustenau, Austria, built in 1951. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home ground of SC Austria Lustenau and FC Lustenau 07. The stadium holds 8,800 people.

Reichshofstadion
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Reichshofstadion 2019
LocationLustenau, Austria
OwnerCity of Lustenau
Capacity8,800
Field size105 x 68m
SurfaceGrass
Construction
Opened1951
Renovated1995, 2000
Tenants
Austria Lustenau, FC Lustenau

HistoryEdit

The stadium was built in 1951. 1953 the stadium received its first real grandstand. In 1995 the main grandstand was rebuilt and in 2000 the natural turf pitch was given underfloor heating. Originally the stadium had an athletics facility, but this had to give way to additional stands, so today the facility is de facto used as a pure football stadium.

It offers space for a total of 8,800 spectators, of which 2,126 are covered seats, 2,390 are covered standing and 4,284 are uncovered standing. [1]

In February 2018, the "Reichshofstadion" was renamed "Planet Pure Stadium" after a change of sponsor. Planet Pure is a company that has dedicated itself to the development and production of ecological detergents and cleaning agents.

Hugo Kleinbrod ChapelEdit

 
Hugo Kleinbrod Chapel

On August 3, 2007, the Hugo Kleinbrod Chapel was opened in the Reichshof Stadium. The Stadium is the first in Austria with a own chapel, so fans of SC Austria Lustenau can now get married in the stadium or have their children baptized. Coordinates: 47°25′16″N 9°39′10″E / 47.42111°N 9.65278°E / 47.42111; 9.65278











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