Heidewaldstadion is an association football stadium in Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the biggest football stadium in Kreis Gütersloh and currently has a capacity of 12,500 spectators. It is the home stadium of the FC Gütersloh football team playing in the Westfalenliga. The Turkish national team prepared for the UEFA Euro 2008 at Marienfeld, too, and had a public training session in the Heidewaldstadion on May, 22nd. * FCG supporters * The roofed grandstands with seating for 1,150 spectators * Behind the stands * Training session of the Portugal national team, June 2006

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  • Das Heidewaldstadion ist das größte Fußballstadion in Gütersloh. Es dient in erster Linie als Spielstätte des FC Gütersloh 2000 sowie als Ausweichspielstätte des FSV Gütersloh 2009, der seit 2012 seine Heimspiele in der Tönnies-Arena austrägt. Das Heidewaldstadion bietet 12.500 Plätze. (de)
  • Heidewaldstadion is an association football stadium in Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the biggest football stadium in Kreis Gütersloh and currently has a capacity of 12,500 spectators. It is the home stadium of the FC Gütersloh football team playing in the Westfalenliga. The Portugal national team based their training camp for the 2006 FIFA World Cup finals at Marienfeld in Kreis Gütersloh, so a public training session of the soccer stars took place in Gütersloh. The stadium also hosted a game of the 4th World Football Championships for para-athletes with an intellectual disability (Russia vs. Northern Ireland 0-0). The Turkish national team prepared for the UEFA Euro 2008 at Marienfeld, too, and had a public training session in the Heidewaldstadion on May, 22nd. * FCG supporters * The roofed grandstands with seating for 1,150 spectators * Behind the stands * Training session of the Portugal national team, June 2006 (en)
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  • Das Heidewaldstadion ist das größte Fußballstadion in Gütersloh. Es dient in erster Linie als Spielstätte des FC Gütersloh 2000 sowie als Ausweichspielstätte des FSV Gütersloh 2009, der seit 2012 seine Heimspiele in der Tönnies-Arena austrägt. Das Heidewaldstadion bietet 12.500 Plätze. (de)
  • Heidewaldstadion is an association football stadium in Gütersloh, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It is the biggest football stadium in Kreis Gütersloh and currently has a capacity of 12,500 spectators. It is the home stadium of the FC Gütersloh football team playing in the Westfalenliga. The Turkish national team prepared for the UEFA Euro 2008 at Marienfeld, too, and had a public training session in the Heidewaldstadion on May, 22nd. * FCG supporters * The roofed grandstands with seating for 1,150 spectators * Behind the stands * Training session of the Portugal national team, June 2006 (en)
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