On Sunday (3.10.) BVB fans can look forward to a double matchday in the Stadion Rote Erde. After the U23s game against the Würzburg Kickers (13:00 CET), the BVB women will play host to BV Teutonia 1920 Dortmund-Lanstrop e.V. (16:30 CET) in front of a home crowd. Tickets for the U23s are now available via the online shop. When entering the stadium, digital proof of complete vaccination, recovery or recovery and vaccination must be provided.

Information on ticket sales

From 10:00 CET on Tuesday morning (28.09.), U23s season ticket holders and club members can purchase tickets for the game against the Würzburg Kickers next Sunday at 13:00 CET. Up to four tickets can be purchased via the online ticket shop. The tickets are available exclusively using the "Print@home" method and are not personalised. There will be no box office on matchday. Wheelchair users will find all information about ticketing herePlease note that the access to the home blocks in opposing team kits and merchandise is prohibited. The fans from Würzburg have a separate quota of tickets for away fans, which will be sold directly by the Würzburg Kickers.

No tickets will be issued ahead of the BVB women's game kicking off at 16:30 CET. The wristband, which serves as proof of vaccination or recovery, also serves as a stadium ticket. A separate ticket for the game of the BVB women is not necessary. BVB fans who are only attending the BVB women therefore only need to obtain a wristband before the game. 

The BVB fans, the game of the U23, you can then watch the free play of the BVB women, as the ticket of the U23 also allows access to the women's game. 

For the period between the two games, food and drink will be available around the Rote Erde. There will also be a child-friendly program of activities, among other things, in the stadium forecourt.

Rules around and inside the stadium

In close cooperation with the competent authorities and in the context of the Coronavirus Protection Regulation, approximately 2,500 people will be allowed in the Rote Erde for the two games according to the current rules. Due to official requirements, we are currently unable to offer free tickets for children.

During the U23s games, you are free to choose your seat in your allocated block. During the subsequent women’s game, you can choose any seat in the entire Rote Erde.

When entering the stadium, digital proof of complete vaccination, recovery or recovery and vaccination must be provided. The Covid-19 check ("GG check") before you are actually let into stadium will take place around Stadion Rote Erde and photo ID is required. 

Children between the ages of 6 and 18, pregnant women and people who are not vaccinated for medical reasons will be granted access to the stadium upon presentation of proof of a negative test result (not self-test). The test must not be more than 48 hours old at the time the stadium opens on matchday. A student ID does not exempt the holder from the requirement to take the test. 

Every visitor to the stadium must make an active effort to get a "GG" check band before entering the stadium. Admission to the event site will not be granted without a check band. The "GG check" will take place before you actually enter the stadium in the area around the Rote Erde. At the "GG checkpoint", you will need to present a photo ID matching your proof. 

In the stadium, 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 make sure that the minimum distance to other persons must be observed.

The gates to the Rote Erde will open 90 minutes before kick-off in the U23s game. Please plan a little more time due to the checks and arrive at the stadium early. 

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

We recommend that all BVB fans travel by car, where possible, and use the Luftbad car park free of charge (at the Fan World). 

Further information

Compliance with the guidelines is a high priority for Borussia Dortmund, as we are of course very concerned about the health and well-being of fans in attendance. We therefore actively ask you to help us comply with the existing hygiene regulations in the Rote Erde.