BVB can win the German Championship when they go up against FSV Mainz 05 at home in their final game of the season on Saturday. SIGNAL IDUNA PARK will be completely sold out with 81,365 spectators set to attend. We have compiled the most important info for all fans visiting the stadium below.


  • SIGNAL IDUNA PARK is completely sold out. There will be no possibility to buy tickets for the match at the stadium.
  • The great interest in the match is resulting in original buyers using the situation to make a high profit from the sale of tickets by offering them at inflated prices on platforms such as Viagogo, Ebay, Kleinanzeigen or in the immediate vicinity of the stadium.
  • Together with Ruhrkanzlei, Borussia Dortmund is taking action against these sellers and vendors with the utmost consistency. In addition to legal consequences, BVB will withdraw the right of first refusal and any existing season tickets from these persons. 
  • Should you have paid more than the regular ticket price, please get in contact with so that we can examine your case. This can also still be done after the match. All the additional info can be found here.
  • At the home game against Mainz, you will once again have the opportunity to get your personal souvenir ticket printed at the ticket machines. You can find all the information here.


  • Since a high volume of fans and traffic is expected, it is recommended that you travel early. You will find all the transport info for Saturday here.


  • On Saturday, there will also be a 19.09% discount on food and drinks at our stadium kiosks up until 90 minutes before kick-off.
  • We will open the stadium 2.5 hours before kick-off as per usual, i.e. at 13:00 CET.
  • We would like to ask all BVB fans who have not been able to purchase a ticket for the game on Saturday to avoid the area around the stadium to ensure that the admission process runs smoothly for all stadium-goers.
  • In addition, we will ask all BVB fans to only use the seated or standing block that is printed on their tickets in order to prevent a block overfilling, especially the South Stand. So-called "block smuggling" will also be punished on Saturday with a day stadium ban and further sanctions.
  • By asking the question "Where's PANAMA?" or using the code word PANAMA, anyone who feels uncomfortable or unsafe in a situation within the stadium, or who is being harassed or bullied, can get simple and uncomplicated assistance, e.g. in case you feel uncomfortable, overwhelmed, discriminated against, threatened with violence, (sexual) assaults, etc. You can find all information about the PANAMA concept here.

After the game

  • Should Borussia Dortmund win the Championship, the Championship Shield will be presented on the pitch. Please stay in your places and allow our team this special moment so that they can enjoy it together. We would like to make sure that we do not have to call off the ceremony and carry it out in the stands, where you would all have a much worse view of the trophy presentation.
  • If we win the German Championship, the stadium and all the catering stands will of course stay open longer than usual.

Possible Championship Celebration on Sunday

  • Should BVB win the title, a Championship Parade has been planned in the city centre. The planned route leads from the Westfalenhütte premises to the U-Turm via Borsigplatz, Weißenburger Straße and Ost-, Süd-, Hiltrop- and Hoher Wall.
  • All the travel information for Sunday can be found here.