The BVB U23s will play host to Viktoria Köln at 13:00 CET on Sunday at the Rote Erde stadium. As usual, the Rote Erde will open its gates 90 minutes before kick-off. Here we have summarised the most important information for the U23s match.


We recommend that all BVB fans coming by car use the free Luftbad car park behind the BVB Fan World (Strobelallee 54, 44139 Dortmund). 

Admission to the stadium

The stadium opens 90 minutes before kick-off. 

Permitted fan merchandise

Small flags with a maximum pole length of 1.50 metres and fence banners are allowed in the home end. 

Permitted items

Small folding umbrellas (stick umbrellas are prohibited)

Bags up to size DIN-A4 (there is no drop-off point for bags)


Inside the stadium and in the stadium forecourt, a medical mask, covering the mouth and nose, must be worn. You can remove your mask once you reach your allocated seat or standing space.

Please note do not linger in the stadium thoroughfares. Food and drink may only be consumed in your own seat or standing area. Alcohol will be served in the stadium.

Contact persons on match day

On Saturday, the fan representatives Sebastian Walleit (0151/46505752) and Luisa Junk (0151/26974052) will be available for you at the Rote Erde. 

Other information

Compliance with the 3G rules is a high priority for Borussia Dortmund, as the health and well-being of fans is very important to us. We are therefore actively asking for your help in complying with the existing hygiene regulations in the Rote Erde. 

Vaccinated: from day 15 after completed full vaccination against COVID-19 with a vaccine licensed in the European Union until one year after full vaccination 

Recovered: between 28 days and six months after detection of a positive test result by PCR technology 

Recovered + vaccinated: evidence of a positive test result in combination with evidence of administration of at least one dose of a vaccine against COVID-19 with a vaccine licensed in the European Union at least 14 days before match day.

Tested: evidence of a rapid antigen test (not a self-test) taken on match day or a valid PCR test taken within 48 hours of kick-off.