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Old Tivoli

The Old Tivoli in Aachen, Germany, was the stadium of Aachen's best known football team Alemannia Aachen until 2009.

Alemannia Aachen German football club

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Tivoli City Park

Tivoli City Park or simply Tivoli Park is the largest park in Ljubljana, the capital of Slovenia. It is located on the western outskirts of the Center District, stretching to the Šiška District to the north, the Vič District to the south, and the Rožnik District to the west. Several notable buildings and art works stand in the park. Since 1984, the park has been protected as part of Tivoli–Rožnik Hill–Šiška Hill Nature Park. It is home to a variety of bird species.

Tivoli Theatre may refer to:

The 1964–65 DFB-Pokal was the 22nd season of the annual German football cup competition. It began on 16 January 1965 and ended on 22 May 1965. 32 teams competed in the tournament of five rounds. In the final Borussia Dortmund defeated Alemannia Aachen 2–0.

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New Tivoli Football stadium in Aachen, Germany

Tivoli is a football stadium in the Sport Park Soers in Aachen, Germany, that opened on 17 August 2009 replacing the Old Tivoli nearby. It hosts the home matches of Alemannia Aachen in the Regionalliga West. The stadium has a capacity of 32,960 spectators – space for 11,681 standing spectators and 19,345 seats. The (all-)seating capacity for international games is set at 27,250.

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Lee Circle

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Soers is a community within Aachen and part of the district of Aachen-Laurensberg. The predominantly rural district today stretches from the border of Aachen-Mitte, the central district of Aachen, past the slopes of the Lousberg, a hill in the north of the city. It is a wetland that is drained by several rivers. The Wurm drains at out of the area's north end, and is the only drain of the Rur River in the Aachen Basin. Soers is known mainly as a result of the Old Tivoli, the former football stadium of Alemannia Aachen.

Aachen-Mitte District of Aachen in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany

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The 2016 HappyBet Cup was a summer football friendly tournament organized by Alemannia Aachen, La Liga and Match IQ. It was hosted on 24 July 2016 by Alemannia Aachen at the New Tivoli in Aachen. Köln (Germany), Málaga (Spain) and Marseille (France) participated in the tournament along with the hosts, Alemannia. It was sponsored by HappyBet.