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It`s hard to get decent munchies and food without waiting too long in a cue line. Me used to US Sport events, takes two minutes to get a nacho`cheese.
My first Basel game, rest of the experience was great! Next time i get my stomache...More
Not to go to the pitch in London or Basel would be like a cake without sugar, like the Alps without cows, or London without the Emirates Stadium.
Basel people is united with it's club like nothing else- and to heat the chanting of the...More
You want to dive deep into the very favourite occupation of Basel people? Well here's where everyone meets. Old and young, rich and poor, famous of not. Cheering, swearing, winning, rarely loosing. That's Basel, that's what we love.
The stadium is divided into four main blocks, A, B, C and D, each block covering one side of the stadium, and block G, consisting of the upper balcony added later. St. Jakob Park is a fairly modern stadium; construction started on 13 December 1998,...More
My visit to the stadium was during the Europa League Final; but my review is not biased because Liverpool lost.
The stadium inside is quite modern and comfortable to sit. But its surrounding area is quite ugly and, in fact, unless you enter the stadium...More
A strange stadium from the outside- attached to a massive shopping centre and it is very difficult to get a view of the stadium from the outside, it's hidden in a real industrial type setting and certainly not the attractive frontage some of the stadiums...More