Civil claims based on emissions of football grounds.This thesis discusses the legal possibilities of neighbours who are affected by the emissions of a football ground. This is also the core of the law concerning the respective interests of neighbours, regulated in the General Civil Code (ABGB). Therefore, the §§ 364 ff ABGB are particularly relevant. Thoughts on compensation for damages have to be incorporated in the work because the direct and indirect impacts can be dangerous in various situations. In the beginning, the infrastructure of an average Austrian football ground is described. Based on these facts, the special emissions of a football ground are explained. The question at stake is whether the neighbours are lawful to ban those impacts, and if so, which preconditions are essential. Therefore, it is necessary to have a look at the permissions required for a football ground. The essential point is whether the permissions fulfil the matter of fact of § 364 a ABGB. The effect would be the abolition of the right to ban the emissions, although there would be at least an equalisation claim. Further questions need to be clarified, concerning the compensation for damages which inevitably come along with the special emissions of a football ground. Furthermore, the legitimacy of the procedures of many neighbours in neighbourhood disputes is discussed. As a conclusion, the most important findings of this thesis are presented.