St Jakob's Park in Basel, the home stadium of FC Basel.
It was the first multi-functional stadium in Switzerland when it was opened in 2001 with a modern infrastructure complete with solar panels on the roof. (Keystone)
St Jakob's Park was enlarged in 2005 so that it now has space for 42,500 spectators.
The stadium also houses a shopping centre, offices, restaurants, and fitness centre and even an old people's home! (Reuters)
The Stade de Suisse in Bern is home to BSC Young Boys.
It was earlier called the Wankdorf Stadium. The final of the 1954 World Cup between Germany and Hungary was played at this legendary venue. (Keystone)
The Wankdorf was torn down in 2001.
The Stade de Suisse was built on the same spot with the world's largest integrated solar panel system built into the tribune roof. The new stadium has a 32,000-spectator capacity.(Keystone)
The Letzigrund Stadium in Zurich, where FC Zurich play their home games.
The stadium was opened in September 2007. (Keystone)
The new Letzigrund has a capacity of 30,000 spectators.
A characteristic feature of the building is a covered ramp that leads directly to the stadium restaurant. (Keystone)
The Stade de Genève, home to FC Servette.
The stadium was opened in 2003 and lies between railway tracks and a motorway near the French border. (Keystone)
The Stade de Genève can hold 30,000 spectators.
It's prominent features include a train station, conference rooms, a hotel and ... an entertainment centre! (Keystone)
And now Austria...The stadium in Salzburg from above.
FC Red Bull Salzburg play at the Salzburg Wals-Siezenheim. It was opened in 2003, covering a total area of 15 hectares. (RDB)
Following an enlargement, the Salzburg stadium now holds 30,000 spectators.
It also has restaurants, recreation centre, a fitness area plus games rooms. (Keystone)
The new Tivoli Stadium in Innsbruck, where FC Tirol Innsbruck plays.
The stadium was built within 18 months and opened in 2000. (Keystone)
The Tivoli Stadium holds 30,000 spectators.
It has a large shopping centre together with sports shops, meeting rooms and a fitness centre. (Keystone)
The Wörthersee Stadium in Klagenfurt.
FC Kärnten play here. The stadium was modelled on St Jakob's Park in Basel and opened in 2007. (Keystone)
The Klagenfurt stadium holds nearly 32,000 spectators.
A hotel, a shopping centre and a recreation/fitness centre are housed under its roof. (Keystone)
The Ernst Happel Stadium in Vienna, that opened in 2005 following a renovation.
The old stadium in Vienna played host to the Uefa Champions league final in 1995. (Keystone)
The Ernst Happel Stadium has enough space for 50,000 spectators.
Happel was a famous Austrian football player who later became an extremely successful coach. He died in 1997, aged 67. (Keystone)
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