Stadium on Halberg

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Stadium on Halberg
place GermanyGermany Labor pains , Germany
Coordinates 50 ° 9 '35.7 "  N , 8 ° 11' 1.9"  E Coordinates: 50 ° 9 '35.7 "  N , 8 ° 11' 1.9"  E
opening 1927
surface Natural grass
capacity 5000
  • Games of SV Wehen-Taunusstein (1927–2007)

The Stadion am Halberg is a football stadium in Taunusstein in the district of Wehen and mainly serves the football club SV Wehen Wiesbaden as a training facility and its youth teams as a venue. The stadium, in which SV Wehen-Taunusstein played its regional league home games until the 2006/07 season, has a capacity of 5,000 spectators.


At this location on the Halberg above the village, a sports field was built in 1927, right after the SV Wehen was founded. The stadium currently has 4800 standing (of which 3000 are covered) and 200 seats.

By October 2006 it was planned to build a new stadium on the Halberg in the event of promotion to the Second Bundesliga . The DFB would never have issued a license for the 2nd division for the previous venue, not even for an upcoming single-track 3rd division from 2008. In view of the infrastructural situation, in particular the difficult access conditions, it was decided against an exit or New building in Wehen and for a move to nearby Wiesbaden . The Brita-Arena was built there and opened in October 2007. After the professional team moved to the state capital, the stadium on Halberg was used for home games for the SVWW's second team until 2015. Home games of the junior teams also take place there.

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