The Frankfurt Galaxy was a professional American football team that originally played in the World League of American Football and later in the resurrected NFL Europe. The team was based in Frankfurt, Germany and played in the Commerzbank-Arena, formerly called the Waldstadion.
The Waldstadion It lies south of the River Main in Frankfurt city forest in the district of Sachsenhausen-Süd in Frankfurt, Germany. It opened in 1925, the stadium has been upgraded several times since then, the most recent remodelling was before the 2006 FIFA World Cup from 2002 to 2005 redeveloped it as a pure football stadium. With a capacity of 51,500 spectators, it is among the ten largest football stadiums in Germany.
FSV Frankfurt is a German football club based in the Bornheim district of Frankfurt, Hesse and founded in 1899. The club plays in the shadow of larger and much more successful Eintracht Frankfurt, but has recently returned to 2 tier football. FSV Frankfurt also fielded a highly successful women's team, which was disbanded in 2006.
World Bowl '98 (or World Bowl VI) was NFL Europe's 1998 championship game, located at Waldstadion in Frankfurt, Germany. On June 14, 1998, the 7-3 Rhein Fire went up against the 7-3 Frankfurt Galaxy for the NFL Europe title. 47,846 fans were in attendance (which was the largest World Bowl crowd since 1991), as the Fire was able to avenge last year's World Bowl collapse by winning 34-10.
World Bowl 2000 (or World Bowl VIII) was NFL Europe's championship game, which would bring an end to the 2000 NFL Europe season. Played at Waldstadion in Frankfurt, Germany on June 25, 2000, the match-up was between the 6-4 Scottish Claymores and the 7-3 Rhein Fire. 35,860 fans were in attendance to witness the Fire coming from behind to win a close match-up 13-10 in the second-lowest scoring World Bowl played (only the inaugural World Bowl yielding fewer points).
Eintracht Frankfurt U23 is the reserve team of Eintracht Frankfurt. Formerly known as Eintracht Frankfurt Amateure (Amateurs) the team plays as U23 (Under 23) to emphasize the character of the team as a link between youth academy and pro team. Manager of the team is Oscar Corrochano. The traditional home ground is the Riederwaldstadion but for safety purposes the team is forced to play at Bornheimer Hang.
SG Rot-Weiss Frankfurt 01 is a German football club from Frankfurt am Main, Hesse. The association was founded on November 11, 1901 as FV Amicitia 1901 Bockenheim in what is today the city district of Bockenheim.
Frankfurter FC Germania is a German football club from the city of Frankfurt, Hesse. The club is notable as one of the founding clubs of the DFB (Deutscher Fußball Bund or German Football Association) in Leipzig in 1900.
The 1992 Federation Cup was the 30th edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. For the first time, qualifying rounds were split among three regional zones, each sending teams to the main World Group tournament. 68 nations participated in the tournament. The World Group was held at the Walstadion Tennis Club in Frankfurt, Germany, from 13-19 July. Germany defeated Spain in the final, giving Germany their 2nd title.
The 1993 Federation Cup was the 31st edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. 69 nations participated in the tournament. The World Group was held at the Walstadion Tennis Club in Frankfurt, Germany, from 19-25 July. Spain defeated Australia in the final, giving Spain their 2nd title.
The 1994 Federation Cup was the 32nd edition of the most important competition between national teams in women's tennis. 73 nations participated in the tournament. The World Group was held at the Walstadion Tennis Club in Frankfurt, Germany, from 18-24 July. Spain defeated the United States in the final, giving Spain their 3rd title. This was the last competition to bear the name "Federation Cup", and the last in which the final group of teams assembled to compete at a single site.
The JPMorgan Chase Corporate Challenge is an annual series of 3.5-mile (5.63 km) road footraces owned and operated by JPMorgan Chase, with an intended focus on promoting "fitness in the workplace". Teams are organized by company or organization, and the JPMorgan Chase Foundation makes charitable donations proportional to the number of participants. The Corporate Challenge began in 1977 with a single race in New York City, with 200 runners from 50 companies.
Stadion am Brentanobad is a multi-use stadium in Frankfurt, Germany. It is currently used mostly for football matches and is the home stadium of 1. FFC Frankfurt and Rot-Weiß Frankfurt. The stadium has a capacity of 5,500 places.
The SC 1880 Frankfurt is a German rugby union from Frankfurt am Main, currently playing in the Rugby-Bundesliga. Apart from rugby, the club also offers other sports like lacrosse, tennis and field hockey.