BVB will be away to Eintracht Frankfurt at 15:30 CET on Sunday. Approximately 6,000 BVB fans from Dortmund will support the team at the Deutsche-Bank-Park in Frankfurt. We have compiled the most important info for all travelling BVB fans below.
Coming from all directions, take the A3. At the Frankfurt-Süd junction, take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte/Stadion. From there, follow the signs to the stadium car parks. The stadium is already located within an environmental zone. A green environmental sticker is obligatory when driving to the stadium car park and the city centre.
Travel by car/minibus:
As there are no allocated car parking spaces for away supporters, we recommend the "Waldparkplatz" car park for fans arriving by car. The parking fee for cars is €7. The "Gleisdreieck" car park is reserved exclusively for home fans.
Travel by bus:
Parking lot P9 is generally reserved for away buses and can be reached via Mörfelder Landstraße (out of town). The parking fee for coaches is €25.
Due to the Frankfurt Marathon, which is scheduled to take place in parallel to the game and adjacent to the stadium, there will be significant traffic obstructions and closures in places.
Travel by train:
- There is no shuttle transfer for train passengers arriving at Frankfurt main station.
- The onward journey from the main station to the stadium is possible with the S-Bahn lines S7, S8 and S9.
- The route from the "Stadion" S-Bahn station to Deutsche Bank Park is walkable (approx. 800m).
- Larger groups, such as charter train passengers, will be guided by police officers via an alternative route from the "Stadion" stop directly to the away sector.
The stadium will open two hours before kick-off, at 13:30 CET, on matchday.
Permitted fan paraphernalia:
- Fence flags (provided space is available, may not be hung over advertisements)
- Small flags (up to a pole length of 2m)
- Double-holders (up to a pole length of 2m)
- 15 swivel flags (from a pole length of 2m)
- 5 drums (open at the bottom or visible interior, already assigned)
- 4 megaphones (already assigned)
- Belt bags and pouches
- Bags up to DIN-A4 in size (May not exceed a size of 210 mm x 297 mm. There are no available storage possibilities.)
- Digital cameras for private use (up to a size of 20 x 12 x 12 cm)
Forbidden items/fan paraphernalia:
- Pyrotechnics of any kind
- Bags larger than DIN-A4 size
- Drinks and food of any kind
- Cans and bottles of any kind
- Clothing that is designed to conceal identity (even if made this way by the manufacturer) and the words "A.C.A.B." are an administrative offence in Frankfurt and can be prosecuted by the police.
- The wearing of illegal symbols and signs is forbidden and will be prosecuted.
Further info on admission:
- As part of the stadium renovation and the associated increase in capacity, the standing sector for away supporters has already increased. This means that entry is now possible via the blocks 18 and 20.
- Due to the large stadium premises and the long distances from the entrances to the blocks, fans may undergo checks once again at the entrances to blocks 18 and 20.
- There are likely to be individual random checks at the entrance to the block. Upon request, these checks can be accompanied by the fan representatives/the Fan-Projekt.
- Blocks 18 and 20 (standing places) and blocks 17-21 (seated places) will be available to BVB fans.
- It is possible to pay with cash and all the usual payment methods. Digital payment systems such as Google Pay or Apple Pay are also accepted at the stadium.
- Alcoholic beer is served throughout the entire stadium.
- Please also take note of the applicable Stadium Rules.
Info for a barrier-free stadium visit
Fans with a disability will find all the relevant information for their stadium visit here.
Contact on matchday
The fan representatives Björn Hegemann (0151/15395123) and Johannes Bagus (0151/67576467) plus Janina Fuhr and Stella Schrey from Fan-Projekt Dortmund e. V. will be available to you on matchday.