Hannover hosts four 1st round games and a second
round match in the AWD Arena - the home of Hannover 96.
World Cup Schedule.
Hannover's AWD Arena was formerly
known as the Niedersachsenstadion (Lower Saxony Arena). Out of a 50,000 capacity (for
domestic games), the AWD arena has some 43,000 seats.
Hannover AWD Arena
Monday, 12th June
Italy vs Ghana (2:0)
Friday, 16th June
Mexico vs Angola (0:0)
Tuesday, 20th June
Costa Rica vs Poland
Friday, 23rd June
Switzerland vs South
Tuesday, 27th June
Spain vs France (1:3)
Getting to the Stadium:
Coming to Hannover by Car:
Leave the A2 (from Berlin or Dortmund) at the 'Hannover-Herrenhausen' exit. Heading
towards the city you'll see signs for the ground.
If you're coming into Hannover on the A7 (from Hamburg or the south)
then take the 'Hannover-Anderten' exit. The B65 goes towards Hannover and you'll see the
If you're travelling on foot, it's easy enough to walk to the
From Hannover main station, follow Bahnhofstrasse to Karmarschstrasse,
then left into Culemannstrasse and right to the stadium, at Arthur Menge Ufer.
Transportation in Hannover:
Buses 131 (clockwise) and 132 (anticlockwise) both go to the Stadion. Alternatively, you
can catch the S3, S7 or S9 to Waterlooplatz and walk the rest of the way.
Distances From Hannover (By Train)
Most World Cup venues can be reached from Hannover within a few hours
by train, apart from Munich, Stuttgart and Kaiserslautern.
Berlin: 1hr 30mins.
Dortmund: 1hr 40mins.
Frankfurt: 2hrs 20mins.
Gelsenkirchen: 2hrs 15mins.
Hamburg: 1hr 20mins.
Kaiserslautern: 3hrs 50mins
Köln: 2hrs 40mins.
Leipzig: 2hrs 45mins.
München: 4hrs 45mins.
Nürnberg: 2hrs 55mins.
Stuttgart: 3hrs 50mins.
Hannover, the capital of Niedersachsen (Lower Saxony), was once a
medieval village on the banks of the River Leine.
A market is said to have been held here as early as AD 950.
View beautiful panorama images of Hannover.
Type in a street name of choose from one of the recommended Hannover sights.
Many of Hannover's major sights can easily be seen on foot. If you want to get a taste of
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The Hanover region offers interesting trips for sightseeing and little adventures. At the
seaside, in the hills or in lively, charming towns - you'll find a large variety of
activities to keep you busy in the Hannover region.
Eating Out in Hannover:
The restaurant scene in Hannover is a colourful one, with 1,500 establishments to choose
from. In summer, the beer gardens and street cafés draw the crowds while in winter its
the cosy pubs and bars around the station and Raschplatz that warm the soul.
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