The BVB U23s will host VfL Osnabrück at Stadion Rote Erde on Saturday (29 January). 750 spectators will be permitted to attend the match. The advance sale for U23 season ticket holders and club members will begin on Tuesday morning (25 January) at 10:00 CET. When entering the stadium, digital proof of complete vaccination, recovery, or recovery + vaccination must be presented.
Ticket sales information
From Tuesday morning (10:00 CET), U23 season ticket holders and BVB members can purchase tickets for this coming Saturday's game against VfL Osnabrück (kick-off at 14:00 CET). Up to four tickets can be purchased via the Online Ticket Shop. Please note that the tickets are exclusively seated tickets, arranged in a 4-seat checkerboard pattern.
Tickets are only available via the "Print@Home" process and are not personalised. Wheelchair users can find all ticket information here. Please note that entry to the home blocks is prohibited if you are wearing the opposition's kit. Separate away ticket allocations are available for Osnabrück fans, which will be sold directly via VfL Osnabrück.
Guidelines in and around the stadium
In close coordination with the responsible authorities, and within the framework of the current corona regulations, 750 people are permitted into the Rote Erde for the game against VfL Osnabrück. Only seated tickets will be offered for this U23 home game. There is no open seating within the stadium.
Please note that the 2G rule will also apply to the public areas of Stadion Rote Erde for this game. This means that only vaccinated and recovered people will be granted access to the stadium for this game.
Upon entry to the stadium, a digital "GG proof" (of being vaccinated or recovered) must be presented. The "GG check" will take place directly at the entrance to the stadium. Photo ID must also be presented at the "GG check".
Children and adolescents up to and including 15 years of age (identification must be provided) are exempt from having to provide this proof. Those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons (a certificate is required that is no older than six weeks) will be allowed in if tested. For the above-mentioned exceptions, the test result of a rapid antigen test must be no older than 24 hours, and that of a PCR test no older than 48 hours.
A medical mouth/nose covering must be worn in the stadium, which can then be removed when seated. Please make sure that you appropriately socially distance from other people.
The stadium gates will open 90 minutes before kick-off. Please allow yourself extra time due to the checks and arrive early at the stadium.
In the home section of the Rote Erde, fence banners and small flags with a maximum pole length of 1.5m are permitted.
Adherence to the regulations is a top priority for Borussia Dortmund, since the health and well-being of our spectators is dear to our heart. We therefore actively ask for your assistance in complying with the existing hygiene regulations at the Rote Erde.