Home Deluxe Arena

15000 seats
Home Deluxe Arena
Official Stadium Name Home Deluxe Arena
Former Names Energieteam Arena (2009-2011)
Paragon Arena (2008-2009)
Benteler Arena (2012-2022)
Alternative Names Paderborner Stadion
Inauguration Date 20/07/2008
Opening Game SC Paderborn 1-2 B. Dortmund
Opening Game Date 20/07/2008
Attendance Record 15000
Record Match SC Paderborn 1-2 B. Dortmund
Record Date 20/07/2008
Renovations
Design Bremer Bau A.G.
Josef Ellebracht
Cost € 25 million
Owner Paderborner Stadion Gesellschaft (PSG)
Operator SC Paderborn 07
Tenants SC Paderborn 07 (2008-present)
SC Veri (2008-present)
League
2. Bundesliga
Pitch Dimension 105x68 meters
Surface Grass

Location and Contacts

Continent Europe
Nation
City Paderborn
Address Wilfried-Finke-Allee 1, 33104 Paderborn
Coordinates 51°43'32" N 8°42'23" E
Telephone +49 5251 8771907
Website Official Website

In-Game Details

Category Real
Weather
Sunny
Snow
Rainy
Cloudy
Shadows Moderate
FUT Quality Gold Common
Default Time 12:00
Camera Height 15
Camera Zoom 9
Customization Tifos
Stadium Themes
Home FIFA Clubs SC Paderborn 07
FIFA Editions FIFA 21 | FIFA 22 | FIFA 23

In-Game Images

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Real Video

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Map

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Stadium History

The need to build a new stadium in Paderborn became apparent in 2001, when the local club received a conditional licence to play at their previous stadium. First possible plots for the new venue were indicated in 2003 and the final decision was reached in 2004. Finally in July 2005 construction started. It was planned to last a stunning 6 months only, but after 4 months building permit was revoked after residents started protesting. Then came financing problems that even led to a complaint being made in Brussels over unlawful public aid. Finally, works could restart in March 2008 and the ground was ready by June 30th.

 

There were two inauguration games. One unofficial – Paderborner SC vs Galatasaray (July 16th) and another official on July 20th, against Borussia Dortmund. First official international clash was the Germany U21 tie with Belarus in 2009. Due to extremely low costs and easy construction, Bremer AG used the same design on another stadium that was opened in 2011 in Polish Gliwice.