The Signal Iduna Park, formerly the Westfalenstadion, is a site to behold during Borussia Dortmund matches and averaged gates of 77,000 in 2004/05.
It was the highest figure in Europe and due in no small part to the huge terraced area in the Sudtribuhne.
The 82,500 capacity drops to 67,000 for internationals, which are all-seated.
The ground, which hosts the first semi-final, was initially built for the 1974 World Cup and has been changed since with the corners being filled in.
FIXTURES (all times BST)
Sat 10 June (1700): Trinidad & Tobago v Sweden (Gp B)
Wed 14 June (2000): Germany v Poland (Gp A)
Mon 19 June (1400): Togo v Switzerland (Gp G)
Thu 22 June (2000): Japan v Brazil (Gp F)
Tue 27 June (1600): Brazil v Ghana (2nd round)
Tue 4 July (2000): Germany v Italy (Semi-final)
DID YOU KNOW?
In 1998 an unexploded 1,000-pound bomb was found beneath the playing surface. Second World War bombs have also been unearthed during work at the stadia in Berlin and Munich.