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The western city of Frankfurt on the Main River is the fifth-largest city in Germany, with around 700,000 inhabitants. It's one of the world's most important financial centers and a key industry and trade fair location.
The European Central Bank, the German Bundesbank, the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and a number of major banks are all based in Frankfurt. This page collates recent DW content on Frankfurt.
After 42 years of waiting, Eintracht Frankfurt are continental champions again after a long, hot night in Seville. Around 40,000 ticketless Frankfurt fans made the journey on a night when a new Eintracht was born.
Eintracht Frankfurt crowned a spectacular Europa League campaign by beating Rangers on penalties in the final in Seville. Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp was the hero with vital saves in extra time and in the shootout.
Frankfurt lead their Europa League semifinal following an absorbing first leg in London. The German club continue to show their best form in Europe as they beat West Ham to hold the advantage ahead of the return leg.
Twelve months on from the attempted formation of a European Super League, the takeover of Camp Nou by Eintracht Frankfurt fans and the ongoing inquiry in Barcelona reveal contrasting footballing realities.
No German side has ever won the Europa League, but few have a relationship with the competition like Frankfurt's. The Eagles are riding another wave of emotion after securing a second semifinal berth in three years,
Frankfurt's loss to Women's Bundesliga leaders Bayern shows the "gap isn't that big anymore," Eintracht's Laura Feiersinger told DW. Meanwhile in France, PSG remain shrouded in uncertainty ahead of a trip to Munich.