Location Kassel, Hesse, Germany
Coordinates 51°17′55″N 9°29′3″E / 51.29861°N 9.48417°E / 51.29861; 9.48417Coordinates: 51°17′55″N 9°29′3″E / 51.29861°N 9.48417°E / 51.29861; 9.48417
Owner City of Kassel
Capacity 18,737[1]
Field size 106 x 65 m
Surface grass
Scoreboard yes (one)
Broke ground 1950s
Built 1953
Opened 23 August 1953[2]
Renovated 1983−1993
Expanded 2003−2009
KSV Hessen Kassel

Auestadion is a multi-use stadium in Kassel, Germany close to the Karlsaue park. It is used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of KSV Hessen Kassel. The stadium is able to hold 18000 people. It was opened on 23 August 1953, and renovated between 1983-1993 and between 2006-2008.


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