Tonight Maccabi Tel Aviv will be entering the local "Commerzbank Arena" to play Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt. When they do, they will find themselves in a modern stadium of the highest standards, just what you'd expect from a Bundesliga stadium. First opened in 1925 as the "Waldstadion", the stadium underwent extensive renovations ahead of the 2006 World Cup held in Germany. Five of those World Cup matches were played at the Commerzbank Arena, including  the quarter final between France and Brazil, which the former won 1-0. With a capacity of 51,500, the Commerzbank Arena is one of the ten largest stadiums in Germany. By European standards, though, the stadium falls a few thousands seats short of the norm, so that for European matches the standing only terraces for the dyed-in-the-wool Eintracht supporters are fitted with seating facilities according to UEFA requirements. At the renovated stadium you can find the Eintracht Frankfurt museum, the official club merchandise shop as well as a centre for VIP season ticket holders. The stadium conducts its own guided tours and is used not only for football matches but also for such large-scale musical performances as Depeche Mode, Madonna, Michael Jackson and the Rolling Stones. And perhaps tonight, Maccabi Tel Aviv Football Club will succeed in writing yet another significant chapter in the history of "Commerzbank Arena".