Cashpoint Arena Altach

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Cashpoint Arena Altach
view on the west stand
Full nameCashpoint Arena Altach
Former namesStadion Schnabelholz
LocationAltach, Vorarlberg, Austria
Opened1 June 1990 as Stadion Schnabelholz
Capacity8 500
Field dimensions100 x 64 m
TenantsSC Rheindorf Altach

The Cashpoint Arena is a football stadium in Altach, Vorarlberg, Austria. It is the homeground of SCR Rheindorf Altach, a football club playing in Austrian Football First League, which is the second level in Austrias football.

History[change | change source]

The stadium was built 1989/90 and was opened on 1 June 1990 under the name Schnabelholz. 1998 the main stand of the stadium was completely roofed. After the promotion to the First league a floodlighting was installed. After the promotion to the Bundesliga a new stand with 1 800 seats was built because the Bundesliga regulates 3000 seats at least. The stadium now offers over 3000 roofed seats. 2006 the match versus SK Rapid Wien was visited by 8 900 people which is the record till today.

The stadium offers a unique athmosphere because the visitors are near to the playing field. But the stadium is not only used for football but also for open air concerts and other events.