BVB tickets guide

BVB tickets guide
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BVB tickets guide

BVB tickets has historically always been popular due to the huge number of fans in Germany and the rest of the world. Specially in the recent years the demand for BVB tickets have been increased due to the great success in the Bundesliga and Champions League. Therefore even if Dortmund has one of Europe’s highest attendance numbers, it is not always easy to get your hands on one of the 81,359 tickets – including those against the less popular teams. It is therefore advised to plan in good time and buy right when the tickets go on sale at the official Dortmund website which will typically be one month before the match. In the rare cases that a match does not sell out, tickets can also be bought at the ticket office of Signal Iduna Park from 4.5 hours before kickoff.

Furthermore if you want to be sure to be offered tickets, you should consider investing in a Dortmund membership.

Hence, BVB tickets are likely to be sold out quickly from the official sale, and therefore the alternative option is to buy the tickets from ticket marketplaces. This is where we can help you. We are partners with the biggest online marketplace for tickets, Viagogo, and we help you to find BVB tickets that you can not find at their official sales site. So if you need BVB tickets – find them here.

Signal Iduna Park and how to get there

Key facts
Open since April 02, 1974 | Capacity: 81,359 (25,000 standing)

Signal Iduna Park, before 2005 called Westfalenstadion, was built to serve as a playing venue for the 1974 World Cup.

Getting to SIGNAL IDUNA PARK

By car
North: A1 to junction Dortmund-Unna, A44/B1 towards Dortmund
East: A2 to junction Dortmund-Nordost, B236 towards Schwerte, B1 towards Dortmund
South: A45 to junction Dortmund-Süd, B54 towards Dortmund
West: A40/B1 towards Dortmund

Parking possibilities
There are more than 10,000 payable parking spaces available for use in the area around SIGNAL IDUNA PARK and Westfalenhalle. You can also make use of the shuttle service leaving from the university campus by parking in the Otto-Hahn-Straße carpark (A45 exit Eichlinghofen or B1 exit Barop).

By train
ICE connections from the east (Berlin, Wolfsburg, Hanover, Bielefeld) and south (Mainz, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Munich). IC connections from the north (Hamburg and Bremen) each at hourly intervals. From the main train station, either take the regional train to SIGNAL IDUNA PARK station or the underground to Westfalenhalle/Stadion.

Hotel near Signal Iduna Park?

If you have bought BVB tickets and need to find a hotel near Signal Iduna Park then take a look here:

>> Top 10 best hotels near Signal Iduna Park

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