Past meets future: Deutsche Bank Park
Together with the football club Eintracht Frankfurt, we want to create a place that reflects the open-mindedness and individual character of the city, the club, and our company. We are not only creating a place for emotions, but also building a bridge between competitive and mass sports
Deutsche Bank was founded 150 years ago to promote economic growth and progress. Since its foundation, Deutsche Bank supports and drives infrastructure projects. For example, a partnership exists with Eintracht Frankfurt since 2017: both companies are modern, internationally active and firmly rooted in the Rhine-Main area. As good corporate citizens, they want to help shape and further develop Frankfurt and its surroundings.
With this partnership, Deutsche Bank is not only investing in competitive and popular sports, but also, together with Eintracht Frankfurt, in the region and the people who live here.
And this partnership has been expanded and intensified: since July 2020, the entire area in Frankfurt’s municipal forest is named Deutsche Bank Park. It encompasses the stadium, a park open to the public, the “Arena of IoT” digital center, the training ground, and the new Eintracht office.
The aim of the partnership with Eintracht Frankfurt is to design the park, expand and modernize the stadium, and grow the digital infrastructure. You can look forward to what is still to come.
Deutsche Bank Park – with the stadium as its center – is to become a meeting place for people from the region and beyond. A place for emotions and passion. It is open to every social class and thus reflects the cosmopolitanism and individual character of the city, the club, and the company.
In this way, Deutsche Bank reaffirms the goal of its social commitment to strengthen people and the local economy. Together with Eintracht Frankfurt, Deutsche Bank is giving everyone access to a sports facility that is not just for football.
The initiative promotes young exceptional dressage talents with targeted training measures. Participants have access to selected international tournaments and receive individual coaching.
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