The Volksparkstadion is a football stadium located in the port "Free and Hanseatic City" of Hamburg, north of Germany. In it, the football team of the Hamburger SV performs its home games, as does the football team Hamburg Sea Devils of the NFL Europe.
It was built in 2001 on the ruins of the old Volksparkstadion, with a cost of 97 million euros. It owes its name to the Dutch-based company Royal Imtech NV.
During the development of the 2006 FIFA World Cup, it was renamed the Hamburg FIFA CM Stadium (in German: FIFA WM-Stadion Hamburg), as FIFA does not allow any type of advertising on behalf of stadiums.
For the 2015/16 season the stadium returns to its original name and is renamed Volksparkstadion.