The Sportpark Nord Stadium is a football stadium located in the city of Bonn, in Germany. It hosts the matches of Bonner SC.
In the southern part of the sports park is the soccer stadium with a grass playing field and synthetic athletic facilities. The stands have 2,628 covered seats, 2,496 covered standing places and 5,040 uncovered standing places. The stadium became famous in the 1970s for the excellent performances of Bonn athletes. The soccer club Bonner SC played there in the German second division in the 1970s. During the 2006 Football World Cup, the Japanese team used the Sportpark Nord as a training center.
In the 2016/17 season, Bonner SC played in the Regionalliga West. In order to comply with the provisions of the Regionalliga, various transformation works were undertaken at the Sportpark Nord in the summer of 2009. This included the restructuring of the emergency exits and the visitors’ area. The standing area was renovated and modernized. Also, the seats and boxes in the main stand were renovated or replaced. During the 2009/2010 season, the sports park was to be equipped with new lighting and a digital scoreboard and video system. However, due to the uncertain future of Bonner SC and the cessation of games due to the bankruptcy of the club, further work in the stadium was initially postponed. During the summer break of 2011, the work finally resumed and the stadium was equipped with four lighting masts suitable for television.
Latest Update - 14.02.2022