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1 Convention Meeting Security European Council – Strasbourg Wednesday 9 November 2005

2 FIFA Fussball WM Germany 2006 Sicherheiten und Stadien 1) Sicherheit FIFA / OK WM Germany 2006 Sicherheitskonzept – 5 Punkteplan Verpflichtung und Verbesserung der Sicherheit und des Ordnungsdienstes Stärkung der Entscheidungskompetenzen und Verbesserung der Infrastruktur im Bereich der Sicherheit

3 FIFA Fussball WM Germany 2006 Sicherheiten und Stadien 1) Sicherheit FIFA / OK WM Germany 2006 (Fortsetzung) Verbesserung der Kommunikation zwischen OK Zentrale und Aussenstellen Klarstellung der Hausordnung Verbesserung der Sicherheit innerhalb der Stadien mittels Richtlinien

4 © 1974 FIFA TM FIFA Fussball WM Germany ) Städte und Stadien

5 Berlin (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Olympiastadium Scheduled work:Reconstruction Begin of construction:July 2000 Completion:June 2004 Official opening:30 th June 2004 Capacity: Seats Costs: 242 Mil. in total, funded by: Governmental funding: 196 Mil. Credit of Walter-Bau AG: 46 Mil.

6 Berlin (II) Architectural Characteristics Originally constructed for the Summer Olympics in 1936 The Olympic Stadium is Germanys biggest Stadium and as the historical monument is protected any modifactions have to be carried out under special observation. The modifications include improvements in comfort to all areas of the stadium.

7 Dortmund (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Westfalenstadion Scheduled work:Reconstruction Begin of construction:May 2002 Completion:Summer 2003 Capacity:66,981 Seats Costs: 36 Mil. in total. Funded solely by Borussia Dortmund plc.

8 Dortmund (II) Architectural Characteristics Originally constructed for the World Cup in 1974 First Football-Only Ground in the German Bundesliga. The Stadium was refurbished and enlarged several times. Since the construction of the four corners the ground became the biggest for Bundesliga-matches in Germany with a capacity of (including standing terraces).

9 Frankfurt (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Waldstadion Scheduled work:A brand new stadium Begin of construction:June 2002 Completion:Spring 2005 Capacity:48,132 Seats Costs: 188 Mil. in total, funded by: City of Frankfurt State of Hesse Credit

10 Frankfurt (II) Architectural Characteristics The former Stadium was completely demolished to gain space for the new construction of the Waldstadion. The Stadium is going to be constructed while matches are held in the ground as a multifunctional arena containing a roof that can be closed for other events than football.

11 Gelsenkirchen (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Arena AufSchalke Scheduled work:A brand new stadium Begin of construction:Autumn 1998 Completion:August 2001 Capacity:53,804 Seats Costs: 192 Mil. in total, funded by: Credit of a bank consortium: 115 Mil. Credit of HBM: 12,8 Mil. Capital of Schalke 04: 33,8 Mil. Capital of Ruhrkohle and HBM: 9 Mil. Capital of subsidiaries: 12,8 Mil. Additional Financing: 8,5 Mil.

12 Gelsenkirchen (II) Architectural Characteristics The Stadium was constructed just next to the old Parkstadium that will be demolished at the end of this year. Constructed as the first multifunctional Arena in Germany that contains a roof that can be closed for other events than football. The Stadium just became one of the Five Star- Stadia within the UEFA.

13 Hamburg (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:FIFA World Cup Stadium, Hamburg Scheduled work:A brand new stadium Begin of construction:Summer 1998 Completion:Summer 2000 Capacity:51,055 Seats Costs: 97 Mio. in total, funded by: Capital of HSV Stadium Management: 16 Mil. City of Hamburg: 11 Mil. Credit: 70 Mil.

14 Hamburg (II) Architectural Characteristics The former Volksparkstadion was demolished and the new built step by step while matches were still held in the Stadium. The Stadium just became one of the Five Star- Stadia within the UEFA.

15 Hanover (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:FIFA World Cup Stadium, Hanover Scheduled work:Reconstruction Begin of construction:March 2003 Completion:December 2005 Official opening:23 rd January 2005 Capacity:44,652 Seats Costs: 63,04 Mil. in total, funded by: Public funding: 21,47 Mil. Credit of a bank consortium: 21,5 Mil. Credit: 20,07 Mil.

16 Hanover (II) Architectural Characteristics The former Niedersachsenstadion was demolished and the new built step by step while matches were still held in the Stadium. The new construction of the reverse stand takes advantage of previous foundations and tiers while the athletic track was removed.

17 Kaiserslautern (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Fritz-Walter-Stadion, Kaiserlautern Scheduled work:Extension Begin of construction:2002 Completion:Autumn 2005 Capacity:41,170 Seats Costs: 71 Mil. in total, funded by: State of Rhineland Palatinate: 21,7 Mil. City of Kaiserslautern : 7,7 Mil. Club: 18,9 Mil. Additional costs: 22,7 Mil.

18 Kaiserslautern (II) Architectural Characteristics The Stadium, named after the clubs former World Cup 1954 hero, was reconstructed and enlarged while matches were played. The reconstruction and expansion include all four stands.

19 Cologne (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:FIFA World Cup Stadium, Cologne Scheduled work:Reconstruction Begin of construction:December 2001 Completion:Early 2004 Official opening:31 th March 2004 Capacity:46,120 Seats Costs: 110 Mil. in total, funded by: City of Cologne: 25,5 Mil. Stadium Ownership: Mil. Credit: Mil.

20 Cologne (II) Architectural Characteristics The former Müngersdorfer Stadium that included an Athletic Track was demolished and the new built stand by stand while matches were still held. The Stadium and its rectangular alignment leans on the construction of British Footballgrounds as well as the historically protected buildings surrounding the stadium.

21 Leipzig (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:Zentralstadion Scheduled work:A brand new stadium Begin of construction:November 2000 Completion:November 2003 Official opening: 7 th March 2004 Capacity:44,199 Seats Costs: 115 Mil. in total, funded by: Governmental funding: 51,2 Mil. City of Leipzig: 20,8 Mil. Stadium Ownership: 43 Mil.

22 Leipzig (II) Architectural Characteristics The refurbished Zentralstadion is constructed with the old bowl of the formerly biggest Stadium in Germany that had a capacity of spectators. The Stadium forms part of the Olympic bid for the games in 2012.

23 Munich (I) Schedule Official Stadium Name:FIFA World Cup Stadium, Munich Scheduled work:A brand new stadium Begin of construction:October 2002 Completion:Summer2005 Capacity:66,016 Seats Costs: The costs of 280 Mil. in total are evenly split amongst FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München.

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