The Waldstadion is a 52,000 seat stadium in Frankfurt, Germany that usually hosts soccer and American football. It was first opened in 1925 and has been previously used for political events. This year it will host the finale of the German Football Championship. It is the home of the Eintracht Frankfurt and Frankfurt Galaxy. It's named "Commerzbank-Arena" since July 2005. During the 2006 World Cup, the stadium will be called "FIFA WM Stadion Frankfurt" (in English, "Frankfurt World Cup Stadium"). During World War II the Waldstadion was also used for political events. The stadium was nearly completely rebuilt and modernized for the 2006 World Cup. Now it is one of Germany's biggest stadiums.
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