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Eintracht Frankfurt - Die Diva vom Main

The club, the match schedule and many tips

Photo: ©Eintracht Frankfurt

Eintracht from the Main, only you shall win today!
Eintracht vom Main, because we all love you!
Shoot another goal, the opponent in the box pure!
Everyone will say without asking in this beautiful city on the Main
Eintracht from Frankfurt, you make it again to be German champion!

Probably every fan knows these lines from "In the heart of Europe". The anthem was one of the songs that were heard especially often on May 19, 2018, after Eintracht Frankfurt beat FC Bayern Munich in the DFB Pokal final. In this special, we want to introduce you to the traditional club in a little more detail and give you some info about fan merchandise, tickets and the current Bundesliga season.

The Association

Eintracht Frankfurt
Founding date: 08.03.1899
Club colors: Red-Black-White
Members: approx. 35.000
Playing venue: Commerzbank-Arena

Club successes - titles
German Champion: 1959DFB Cup Winner: 1974, 1975, 1981, 1988 + 2018UEFA Cup Winner: 1980

Club successes - final appearancesFinalist German Championship: 1932Finalist DFB-Pokal: 1964 and 2006Finalist European Cup: 1960

The sports club Eintracht Frankfurt consists of the departments football, handball, basketball, boxing, rugby, ice hockey, curling, hockey, athletics, tennis, table tennis, gymnastics, volleyball and the fan- & promotion department.

The most famous of course is the football department, which has been spun off into its own AG. Frankfurt Eintracht plays its home games in the Commerzbank Arena.

After around five years of new construction and renovation and expenditure of around 14 million euros, the new performance centre at Riederwald was officially opened in December 2010. The prestigious project unites all 16 Eintracht Frankfurt sports departments under one roof. In addition, it is home to accommodation for football talents as well as the offices of the management as well as a sports hall, fan shop and gastronomy.

As a founding member, Eintracht played in the Bundesliga until 1996, when it was relegated. In 1998, they returned to the top flight of football, but this only lasted until 2001.

The 2002/03 season saw them promoted again, but just one year later, the Frankfurt side were relegated again, and promoted again the following season.

After just under five years, the Funkel era ended in May 2009. Friedhelm Funkel had taken over Eintracht in June 2004 and led them into the Bundesliga. Under him, the Frankfurt team reached the DFB Cup final and the intermediate round of the UEFA Cup in the 2005/06 season.

After the botched season finale, Eintracht finished the 2009/10 season only in tenth place in the table with 46 points and even had to leave arch-rivals Mainz 05 behind in the end. After 26 points and seventh place in the table in the first half of the 2010/11 season, the unprecedented fall to 17th place in the table followed. Eintracht was relegated from the elite league for the fourth time after 1996, 2001 and 2004.

In the 2011/12 season, Eintracht managed the all-important direct promotion back to the Erste Liga. As a promoted team straight into the Europa League, Eintracht capped a fantastic 2012/13 season with a whopping 51 points in sixth place - and returned to the European stage after a seven-year absence by participating in Europa League qualifying.

The Eintracht celebrated their greatest success in years by winning the 2018 DFB Cup final against FC Bayern Munich.

The Commerzbank Arena - Eintracht's living room

The Commerzbank Arena has been home to Eintracht since 2005. Where the Waldstadion used to stand - for many Frankfurt fans, by the way, still the only proper name for the stadium - not only are victories celebrated and defeats bravely accepted. The arena is also the venue for many major events, such as the Festival4Family, the BigCityBeats World Club Dome and concerts by stars such as Robbie Williams, Coldplay and Helene Fischer. Stadium tours are offered regularly, providing a unique look behind the scenes.

You can find info on these stadium tours HERE

You can find a map of the Commerzbank Arena HERE

Public Training

On some days you can watch the players training on the grounds of the Commerzbank Arena and be close to your club. Information about the training times can be found HERE

Please note that there can always be short-term changes in the training schedule. Please also note that not every training is open to the public. This will be pointed out in the schedule.

The Eintracht Museum

Since November 2007, the Eintracht Museum has been housed under the main stand of the Commerzbank Arena on more than 400 m² of exhibition space. Here visitors can immerse themselves in the club's history and marvel at many great exhibits relating to Eintracht. More about the museum we tell you HERE.

Eintracht Shops

Of course, a visit to a home game includes the appropriate equipment such as jersey, flag or scarf. But also many other official Eintracht articles gladden the heart of every fan, which is why a visit to one of the fan shops is an absolute must. In Frankfurt, there are the following shopping options for all Eintracht fans:

Fanshop MyZeil
Address: Zeil 106, 60313 FrankfurtOpening hours: Mon. to Wed: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm, Thurs. to Sat: 10:00 - 21:00

You can find more info about this fan shop HERE

Fanshop Commerzbank-Arena
Address: Mörfelder Landstraße 362 , 60528 FrankfurtOpening hours: Mon. to Fri.: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sat: 10:00 - 16:00

Please note that there may be changes in opening hours during the non-match period due to events on the stadium grounds.

The fanshop is located directly in the Commerzbank Arena. You will find the entrance to the right of the business area (under the main stand). On home match days, however, the fanshop can only be visited with the appropriate ticket and is open until about 30 minutes after the match.

On over 500 square meters of sales area you will find fan articles and original team clothing as well as tickets for home games (but not on the home match days themselves, then the tickets are only sold at the ticket booths at the entrance)./p>

Fanshop Riederwald
Address: Alfred-Pfaff-Str. 1, 60386 FrankfurtOpening hours: Mon - Fri. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm, Sat: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

The Fanshop Riederwald offers almost the entire range of Eintracht fan merchandise. Items that are currently out of stock can be reordered within a very short time. As special offers you will find here, among other things, an individual jersey flocking according to customer wishes, a wide range of special offers and gift items, exclusively original Eintracht Frankfurt products and Eintracht teamwear from the supplier NIKE

Eintracht pubs

In Frankfurt there are numerous places where you can watch Eintracht games with other fans or talk shop about your favourite club, share your joy or frustration. Of course, all this is much more fun with a good glass of cider, isn't it? Some of these locations include:

Zur Kutscherklause
Address: Ostendstr. 47, 60314 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Mon - Sat 11am - 01am, Sun (until April) 1pm - midnight, Sun from April 11am - midnight

Apfelwein Solzer

Address: Berger Str. 260, 60385 Frankfurt am Main
Opening Hours: Mon - Fri 5pm - midnight, Sat 3pm - midnight, Sun 12:30pm - 10pm

New Backstage

Address: Rothschildallee 36, 60389 Frankfurt am Main
Opening hours: Tue - Thu 5pm - midnight, Sat 5pm - 2am, Sun 5pm - 11pm, Mon closed, different opening hours during Eintracht Bundesliga matches

Klapper 33

Smoking pub (admission from 18 years), house religion: Eintracht Frankfurt
Address: Klappergasse 33, 60594 Frankfurt am Main
Opening hours: Sun - Thu 7pm - 2am, Fri/Sat 7pm - 5pm

Diva Restaurant & Bar

at the sports performance center of Eintracht Frankfurt at Riederwald
Address: Alfred-Pfaff Str. 1, 60389 Frankfurt am Main
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11am-2pm

Economics

Address: Jordanstraße 13, 60486 Frankfurt am Main
Opening hours: Mon - Fri 18:00 - 01:30, Sat 15 - 01:30, Sun 15 - 22

Mogk's Bierstubb

Address: Gutzkowstraße 81, 60594 Frankfurt am MainOpening hours: 3pm - 1am

And, where do you prefer to watch the Eintracht games when you are not at the stadium? Feel free to write us your tip!

Schedule of the 2018/2019 season

At the end of August 2018, we're back at it. With a new coach and some new players, the Eintracht will then go into battle for the top places in the table. Here you can now find the current game schedule. As soon as the exact times for the later games determine, they will be added here.

You can find ticket info HERE

25.08.2018, 15:30 Sport-Club Freiburg : Eintracht Frankfurt

01.09.2018, 15:30 Eintracht Frankfurt : SV Werder Bremen

14.09.2018, 20:30 Borussia Dortmund : Eintracht Frankfurt

23.09.2018, 18:00 Eintracht Frankfurt : RB Leipzig

26.09.2018, 20:30 Borussia Mönchengladbach : Eintracht Frankfurt

30.09.2018, 15:30 Eintracht Frankfurt : Hannover 96

06.10.2018 * TSG Hoffenheim : Eintracht Frankfurt

20.10.2018 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Fortuna Düsseldorf

27.10.2018 * 1. FC Nürnberg : Eintracht Frankfurt

03.11.2018 * VfB Stuttgart : Eintracht Frankfurt

10.11.2018 * Eintracht Frankfurt : FC Schalke 04

24.11.2018 * FC Augsburg : Eintracht Frankfurt

01.12.2018 * Eintracht Frankfurt : VfL Wolfsburg

08.12.2018 * Hertha BSC : Eintracht Frankfurt

15.12.2018 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Bayer 04 Leverkusen

19.12.2018 * 1. FSV Mainz 05 : Eintracht Frankfurt

22.12.2018 * Eintracht Frankfurt : FC Bayern München

19.01.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Sport-Club Freiburg

26.01.2019 * SV Werder Bremen : Eintracht Frankfurt

02.02.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Borussia Dortmund

09.02.2019 * RB Leipzig : Eintracht Frankfurt

16.02.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Borussia Mönchengladbach

23.02.2019 * Hannover 96 : Eintracht Frankfurt

02.03.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : TSG Hoffenheim

09.03.2019 * Fortuna Düsseldorf : Eintracht Frankfurt

16.03.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : 1. FC Nürnberg

30.03.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : VfB Stuttgart

06.04.2019 * FC Schalke 04 : Eintracht Frankfurt

13.04.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : FC Augsburg

20.04.2019 * VfL Wolfsburg : Eintracht Frankfurt

27.04.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : Hertha BSC

04.05.2019 * Bayer 04 Leverkusen : Eintracht Frankfurt

11.05.2019 * Eintracht Frankfurt : 1. FSV Mainz 05

18.05.2019 * FC Bayern München : Eintracht Frankfurt

* The final kick-off times for these matches have not yet been fixed by the DFL (Deutsche Fußball Liga).

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