Travel and parking
Cars & buses:
If you are approaching from the south: A45 → Kreuz Dortmund-Süd → B54 → Dortmund
If you are approaching from the west: A40/B1 → Dortmund
Parking areas E1-E3 are designated for visiting fans. Parking fees are €25 for buses and €7 for cars, while minibuses weighing over 2.8 tonnes pay €15.
Address for SatNav devices: Remydamm, 44139 Dortmund
ICE connections from the east (Berlin, Wolfsburg, Hanover and Bielefeld) and south (Mainz, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Nuremberg and Munich). IC connections from the north (Hamburg and Bremen) every hour. From the main train station, you can either take the regional train to SIGNAL IDUNA PARK station or the underground to Westfalenhalle/Stadion.
The Fan Representatives would like to give all travelling TSG fans the opportunity to walk to the stadium together and accompanied by our security personnel. For this reason, we ask you to meet next to our TSG buses in E3 two hours before the match kicks off. We will then walk to the stadium together about one and a half hours prior to the game.
Stadium opening and ticket office:
The stadium will open 150 minutes (18:00 CET) before the game.
There will be no box office.
The following items are permitted in the away sector for the game in Dortmund:
- Fans with a maximum pole length of 2 metres and a diameter of 3 centimetres
- Swivel flags with a telescopic pole or a maximum length of 2 metres
- Double holders with a maximum pole length of 2 metres and a diameter of 3 centimetres
- Fence banners (if space is available)
Payments are to be made exclusively in cash in the away sector. There is also still a possibility to purchase a "Stadiondeckel" (an electronic payment card for use within the stadium) which can be used to make cashless payments. From the 60th minute onwards, the remaining credit can be paid out at designated unloading stations.
Bags and rucksacks:
It is possible to hand in bags and rucksacks that exceed the DIN A4 size at the "Abgabestellen Gast" (away drop-off points) for €0.50. These are located opposite the away entrance on the north side of the stadium and on Turnweg next to Stadion Rote Erde.
Once the match is over, the away drop-off point will be open for another 30 minutes so that deposited bags can be collected.
Digital cameras and cameras (for private use only – no professional equipment, no interchangeable lenses)
There is no alcohol limit at Signal Iduna Park. However, Borussia Dortmund's security staff reserve the right to refuse entry to visibly intoxicated spectators.
"Which way is Panama?" – immediate help in any situation:
The "PANAMA" concept is for everyone at the stadium who feels unsafe, threatened or harassed, encounters discrimination in any form, or has experienced sexual violence, sexism or physical assault. If assistance is required, you can approach any employee at the stadium and you will get the help you need. Further information about "PANAMA" can be found here: www.bvb.de/panama