BVB will take on Sevilla at the Estadio Ramón Sánchez Pizjuán this Wednesday (5/10). Around 1,800 BVB fans will be there to support the team. Kick-off is at 21:00 CET. We recommend that all travelling BVB fans read the fan information compiled below prior to their trip in order to avoid problems on the day of the match.

Travel by car/minibus/bus:
There are no places to park in the direct vicinity of the stadium. FC Sevilla therefore recommend that you park in the city centre and travel to the stadium by public transport or on foot.

Travel by public transport:
The stadium can be reached via the metro. Away fans should use the metro stop "Gran Plaza". From there, the away sector can be reached on foot.


  • The away sector is located in the lower tier of blocks S14, S16 and S24 and the upper tier of blocks S36, S38, S44 and S46.
  • Admission will take place via entrance 11 (lower tier) and V (upper tier).
  • Please note that intensive inspections are carried out at the entrances. With that in mind, please be prepared for longer waiting times. It is likely that drugs and explosives dogs will be in operation too.
  • The police will oversee the admission process. We ask you to behave with restraint vis-á-vis the police at all times. Experience has shown that the Spanish police will take vigorous action in the event of minor incidents.

Please note that usual fan items such as flags and drums will not be permitted in Seville.

The following fan items are permitted:

  • Fence flags (up to a maximum size of 3x2 m)
    • Fence flags or other fan items containing political, racist or violent symbols or statements are forbidden. For the police in Spain, the term "Ultras" also falls under this umbrella.

The following fan items are forbidden:

  • Flagpoles of any kind
  • Flags of any kind larger than 3x2 m
  • Double-holders
  • Drums
  • Megaphones
  • Pyrotechnics of any kind

According to FC Sevilla, the following items are permitted:

  • Bags and rucksacks up to DIN-A4 size
  • Lighters and coins
  • Power banks up to a size of 4x10 cm

The experiences of other clubs that have played away in Seville in recent years have shown that supporters frequently experience issues at the admission points when attempting to bring permitted or not explicitly prohibited items into the stadium, and that items or backpacks cannot in fact be brought into the stadium. 

Since there will be no drop-off point on site, we ask you to refrain where possible from bringing any items that are not absolutely necessary for your visit to the stadium.

Also forbidden are:

  • Bags and rucksacks larger than DIN-A4 size
  • Bringing food and drink into the stadium
  • Selfie sticks
  • Power banks larger than 4x10 cm 
  • Umbrellas
  • Weapons of any kind


  • Please note that in the stadium, you must use the block printed on your ticket. The entrances to the blocks will be checked by the police.
  • As is standard at international matches, the unwritten rule of free seating shall apply within the blocks. Should the place displayed on your ticket be occupied, there will definitely be something available in other areas of the block. 
  • Food and drinks at the stadium can be paid for by both cash and credit card.
  • No alcohol is available at the stadium. It is permitted to smoke in the stands.
  • After the match, there will be a block closure which is scheduled to last for 20 minutes. According to FC Sevilla, access to the toilets and catering stands will be possible while the block is closed. Experience shows that block closures can last for a longer period and the sanitary facilities can be unavailable for a short time.

UEFA Youth League
The U19s' Youth League game will take place at the Estadio Jesús Navas at 16:00 CET on Wednesday 5/10. Tickets can be purchased from the box office on the day for a price of around €10. 

Please beware that there will also be no alcohol available at the stadium in the Youth League.

Contact persons on the ground
The fan representatives Benedikt Watermeier (+49 1702285155), Sebastian Walleit (+49 15146505752), Björn Hegemann (+49 15115395123) plus Stella Schrey and Florian Hansing from Fan-Projekt Dortmund e.V. will be your contact persons in Seville.  

They will also be accompanied by two lawyers hired by Borussia Dortmund who speak both German and Spanish and will assist with communication between the local police, the security services and all BVB fans.