Since 2010/11, our home games have been played at the Red Bull Arena. The stadium has become a real fortress for Die Roten Bullen, with a magical atmosphere created by the supporters. The Red Bull Arena was oficially opened on 24th July with a friendly against Bundesliga side FC Schalke 04, with 21,566 people in attendance as RBL were narrowly beaten 2-1. The first goal in the stadium was scored in that game by Nico Frommer, while the first-ever competitive goal came from Steven Lewerenz in a 1-1 draw with Türkiyemspor Berlin on 6th August 2010. The record attendance was set on 4th March 2015 in the DFB-Pokal match against VfL Wolfsburg, with 43,348 fans packing inside the stadium. Following various bits of renovation work, the Red Bull Arena currently has a seating capacity of 42,959 (all covered) and is regularly sold-out for Bundesliga matches.
The City of Leipzig approves RB Leipzig's outline building permit to expand the capacity of the Red Bull Arena.
Red Bull and Prof. Dr. Michael Kölmel reach an agreement to purchase the Zentralstadion.
The stadium is sold-out for a league game for the first time, as 41,795 spectators watch the home clash with FC St. Pauli.
Comprehensive renovation work is completed (new VIP and media areas, new big screen, etc.)
43,348 spectators are in attendance for the DFB-Pokal tie against Wolfsburg, as the stadium sells out for the first time in club history.
42,713 fans celebrate promotion to the second tier together with Die Roten Bullen, setting a new attendance record.
RB Leipzig play their 50th competitive game at the Red Bull Arena.
RBL's first ever competitive game at the Red Bull Arena takes place.
The Red Bull Arena is officially opened with a friendly against Schalke 04.
The stadium is renamed the Red Bull Arena
The Zentralstadion is declared open.
The Zentralstadion is rebuilt.