Signal Iduna Park, Dortmund

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Signal Iduna Park--Germany's largest stadium--is home to the Borussia Dortmund soccer team of German Bundesliga league. Take a tour for behind-the-scenes access. Visit the lodge, the mixed zone, and dressing rooms. A walk through the players' tunnel takes you out onto the stadium. You can even sit on the coaches' benches. Check online to see if a game coincides with your visit. If you do manage to catch a match, leave your backpack at home. Even empty backpacks are not allowed in the stadium. Make Signal Iduna Park a centerpiece of your Dortmund vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Dortmund trip itinerary planning website .
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  • Watched the game in Dortmund in March. The day of the game off at the Stadion station (mistakes and keep supporters around the direction), take the U-Bahn line 45 from Dortmund central station underground. We could somehow go back so I confirmed the appearance of the Stadium here. Around the with supporters to go to the stadium, first of all, to BVB-Fanwelt. I had a ticket website on their own, but rather to tickets by mail, was supposed to receive here is said. Representative takes the alphabetically arranged booth. Hits (there were Japanese people get lost in here are quite) your last name (Lastname), here. Fan shop is very often was compared to the central station in front of the shop is crowded in spurts. Body check is received and entered the stadium. Did not have luggage, so not the propriety of bringing (ended up in a draw in the other match of the day, the backpack did not). This seat was fifth row from the top of the stand back, but was sucked into the excitement of the stadium perfectly. Return 80000 people back together is tough. And keep up with the flow of people has been brought to the parking lot. Reached the back roads while recalling the stadium came up with the column of the U-Bahn. Also want to went into that excitement.
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  • The Signal-Iduna-Park is the home stadium of Borussia Dortmund. I am fan of Borussia Dortmund and now have very often been. I like to get always back there. I have repeatedly but even newbies with in the stadium and all were impressed by the atmosphere and mood. Every football fan should be looked at once a home game of Borussia Dortmund.
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  • What should you do this still schreiben...ein dream. Even Borussia Dortmund, BVB always. As a fan, you can find there no words, you just feel the love.
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  • Fabulous atmospheric stadium. Great stadium tour and museum. Helpful staff. Club shop has everything yellow and black you could wish for. Hard to get tickets but not impossible and great value.
  • This place is huge, with a capacity of over 80,000. It is an indoor stadium - so there's no risk of feeling too cold or getting wet in the rain. Because of the small size of the field, any place in the stadium will give you a good view. Good food and drinks as well. The tickets are reasonably priced. On game day, backpacks are not allowed into the stadium. If you really need to carry one with you, then you can put it in a locker.
  • Took a day out of my Amsterdam trip to catch a game at this stadium. I’ve had this on my bucket list for several years and I’m glad to have ticked it off. It was freezing the night I went, so I’ll make sure to come back in late summer/early fall. It was amazing walking with the sea of yellow and black on the way to the stadium. I walked the 20 minutes from my Airbnb to the stadium and it was easy to find. Picking up my tickets from the ticket counter was easy and I had no trouble finding my seats. The fans around me were pleasant and engaged with me so I didn’t feel like a total outsider.
  • One item on my buckets list got crossed off after I set foot in the largest stadium in Germany. This stadium is a lot larger than it looks on TV and our tour guide was spectacular. Made 90 minutes fly by, while offering entertaining information. It was one of the best tours I've been on. After the 90 minutes tour is over, you can spend plenty of time in the museum within the stadium. Affordable food and drinks are available too.
  • The fans are hard core. The parking was a bit confusing, but expected with so many people. The South end is standing only with super fans. Rowdy and fun. If you have kids get regular seats. Conssession was a bit slow it seemed, but stand alone beer kiosk was quicker. The stadium itself is very nice. Recommend!
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