|Main stand before the reopening|
|place||Ingolstadt , Germany|
|Coordinates||48 ° 44 '40 " N , 11 ° 26' 35" E|
|owner||City of Ingolstadt|
|costs||€ 2 million (renovation)|
The ESV stadium in the district sports facility south-east, from 2008 to 2010 Tuja-Stadion , is a football stadium with 11,418 seats in Ingolstadt . It is located in the Ringsee district east of the main train station .
ESV Ingolstadt played its home games in the Southeast district sports facility , built in 1932 , until the club merged with MTV Ingolstadt in 2004 to form FC Ingolstadt 04 . Because of the promotion of FC Ingolstadt to the second Bundesliga , the stadium was rebuilt in summer 2008 and named after the sponsor, Tuja Zeitarbeit , until the end of the 2010/11 season . The first game after the renovation took place on July 29, 2008. FC Ingolstadt defeated VfL Wolfsburg 3-2.
Due to the requirements of the DFB , this solution is only possible as a transition for a maximum of two years. Since the season 2010/11 wearing FC Ingolstadt 04 's second division home games at the newly built Audi Sportpark out. After FC Ingolstadt moved to the Audi-Sportpark, the stadium was given the old name ESV-Stadion again .
The Ingolstadt Dukes' American football team has been playing their evening home games here under floodlights since the 2012 season .
During the 1972 Olympic Games in Munich , five soccer tournament games were held in the stadium.
- August 28, 1972: Poland - Colombia 5: 1 (3: 0)
- August 29, 1972: Malaysia - USA 3: 0 (1: 0)
- August 30, 1972: Poland - Ghana 4: 0 (1: 0)
- August 31, 1972: Morocco 6-0 Malaysia (4-0)
- September 6, 1972: GDR - Mexico 7: 0 (2: 0)
- stadionwelt.de: picture gallery
- europlan-online.de: Stadium overview
- ↑ donaukurier.de : "ESV" will be the Tuja Stadium for two years
- ↑ Stadium map on the official website of FC Ingolstadt