West Germany famously lost in Hamburg during the 1974 World Cup finals to their cross-border rivals East Germany.
The venue for the 1-0 defeat - the Volksparkstadion - is no more, having been replaced by the AOL Arena.
The old ground was razed in four stages and the pitch rotated in a two-year project that was completed in 2000.
The 55,000 capacity for Hamburg SV home games will be reduced due to standing restrictions for the five scheduled games, including one quarter-final.
FIXTURES (all times BST)
Sat 10 June (2000): Argentina v Ivory Coast (Gp C)
Thu 15 June (1400): Ecuador v Costa Rica (Gp A)
Mon 19 June (1700): Saudi Arabia v Ukraine (Gp H)
Thu 22 June (1500): Czech Republic v Italy (Gp E)
Fri 30 June (2000): Italy v Ukraine (Quarter-final)
DID YOU KNOW?
Kevin Keegan, bubble perm and all, is a legend in Germany's most northen host town. He was named European Footballer of the Year twice during his three-year stint with Hamburg SV - the only ever-present Bundesliga team.