The Südtribüne of SIGNAL IDUNA PARK


SIGNAL IDUNA PARK should be known to every football fan, primarily because of one special feature – the Südtribüne.

Whether nationally or internationally, the “Yellow Wall” is famous everywhere.

History and Significance of the Südtribüne

Westfalenstadion, with the Südtribüne as the home of BVB fans, was built for the 1974 World Cup. At that time, it had 53,000 seats, including 37,000 standing places.

In the second renovation phase, the Südtribüne was further expanded and now accommodates almost 24,454 spectators, making it the largest standing terrace in Europe.

The Südtribüne is the epicenter of Dortmund’s football passion, and a ticket for the Süd is highly coveted among BVB fans. The sea of black and yellow flags and the fan chants make every visit to SIGNAL IDUNA PARK unique.

Choreo der Südtribühne vom 13. Spieltag, Samstag 25.11.2017,

Social and Cultural Impact of the Südtribüne

The Südtribüne in Dortmund is a place where it doesn’t matter who you are or where you come from. On the Südtribüne, there is only one thing that unites all BVB fans – their love for their club. This mindset also permeates the city of Dortmund, where there is always a sense of connection to fellow residents, who might also be standing on the Südtribüne at the next home game.