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Signal Iduna Park: Today. Directions, Tickets, Address, Map, Pitch (2022)

It was originally built with a capacity of 75,000 people. Signal Iduna Park, before 2005, was built to serve as a playing venue for the 1974 World Cup. The original construction had a capacity of 75,000 people.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Thursday, 07.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

The stadium was built in 1974 to serve as a playing venue for the World Cup. Dortmund officials had considered expanding Stadion Rote Erde in order to accommodate their growing fan base, but ultimately decided on a new stadium that would be built entirely.

The record attendance was set on the 11th of May 1977 when 71,000 people attended a Bundesliga game between Borussia Dortmund and Eintracht Frankfurt.

The stadium stood out because of its rectangular shape in a time when most large stadiums were still bowl-shaped, and its four separate stands served as an inspiration for new stadiums. Ibrox Stadium's redevelopment in the late 1970s was, for example, largely based on Westfalenstadion.

The 1974 World Cup was held in Westfalenstadion, which hosted three first round group matches and the second round group match between Holland and Brazil (2-0).

The stadium was renovated in 1993, adding a new east stand and a south stand. The stadium remained largely unchanged until the 1990s, when the increased successes of Dortmund grew the need for expansion. The stadium was renovated in 1993, adding a new east stand and a south stand.

Works initially began by converting part of the standing areas into seats, which actually reduced the stadium's capacity. However, in 1995, construction was then commenced on a second tier above the East and West Stands.

Shortly after, construction on a second level for the North and South Stand began. This was completed in 1999, allowing the stadium to hold 68,600 spectators. The 25,000-capacity South Stand had become the largest terrace of Europe.

The stadium was filled with 90,000 spectators. In 2001, the UEFA Cup final between Liverpool and Alavés was held at Westfalenstadion. The stadium was filled with 90,000 spectators.

The redevelopment of the stadium was completed between 2002 and 2003 when all four corners got closed up with stands. Two years later, in 2005, the stadium changed name to Signal Iduna Park as a result of a sponsorship deal.

In 2006, Signal Iduna Park was one of the venues used for the World Cup. It was temporarily renamed and had a capacity of 67,000. It hosted four group matches, a round of 16 match, and the semi-final between Germany and Italy.

(photos of the present Signal Iduna Park below)

How to get to Signal Iduna Park

Signal Iduna Park is located in the south of Dortmund near the Westfalenhallen conference centre. Dortmund's city centre and main rail station are about 3 km away. The stadium can be reached by car from either the B1 (north, east, and west), or B54 (south). If coming from the B1, take exit Im Rabenloh. The stadium lies a few hundred metres to the south on Strobelallee. If arriving from the B54, take exit An Der Buschmühle. Drive east until you will turn with a curve onto the Strobelallee and head straight ahead until you see the stadium.

Can Signal Iduna Park be easily reached by train from Dortmund's main railway station in the center? Yes, it can be reached in just 5 minutes from Dortmund's Signal Iduna Park station. Trains typically run three to four times an hour.

Alternatively, you can take the U-Bahn from the center and get off at station Westfalenhallen. You can then take line 45 or 46 to the stadium.

On matchdays, a special service will continue to station Stadion, which is even closer to the stadium.

The stadium is furthermore close to Theodor-Fliedner-Heim station, which is on U-Bahn line 42.

Address: Strobelallee 50, 44139 Dortmund

Eat, drink, and sleep near Signal Iduna Park

The other options are the Arcadia Grand Hotel and Steinberger Dortmund. Expect to pay over $100 per night though. Hotel Gildenhof and B&B Hotel Dortmund Messe are cheaper alternatives. Click here for all hotels near Signal Iduna Park. The stadium is located in the city centre and it is easy to get to. Although Dortmund is not the most interesting city, there are more entertainment options around than near the stadium. There are also cheaper hotels in the centre. For more information, click here.

If you are planning to stay more than one day or want to join the nightlife, Düsseldorf or Bochum might be better options for finding accommodation. S-Bahn line S1 and regional trains connect both cities with Dortmund's main railway station.

The beer garden is a great place to enjoy a cold beverage if you are visiting the stadium on matchdays during the game.

Borussia Dortmund Tickets

Tickets for Borussia Dortmund games can be bought online, by phone (+49 1805 309000) or in person at the BVB Fanwelt clubshop at the stadium. Dortmund sell out their home ground Signal Iduna Park almost every match, and most league matches sell out right after they go on general sale. Therefore, make sure to be prepared and buy your tickets as soon as they go on sale.

In the event that tickets do not sell out, they may be purchased at the ticket office of Signal Iduna Park up to four and a half hours before kickoff.

If you miss out on tickets to a sold-out match, another secondary ticket website, such as Viagogo, may offer a reliable alternative. Of course, be prepared to pay much more than the face value.

Tickets for the matches against Schalke and Bayern will cost ?31.20 and ?54.40 respectively, while tickets for the game against Werder Bremen will cost ?16.70. Prices are increased by 20% for these matches.

You can find a seating plan here.

Signal Iduna Park stadium tours

The Borussia Dortmund organised guided stadium tours that include the dressing rooms, players' tunnel, VIP areas, mixed zone, stadium prison, and Borusseum club museum (including trophy room). The tour lasts about 90 minutes or 120 minutes for the PLUS version including the South Stand. Tours typically run twice a day, generally at 12:00 noon and 2:00 pm. However, the schedule varies depending on the season, and there are additional tours on the weekends.

There are no tours available on matchdays. The Borusseum opens daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

Tickets can be bought online, at the Borusseum, or at any of the other matchday ticket sales points in the Dortmund area. They can also be bought before the start of the tour, though the group size is limited to 40 people and it is therefore advised to arrive early.

The tour costs 12 euros, which includes the museum. For more information, email [email protected] or call +49 231 90 20 6600.

Relevant Internet links

The Borussia Dortmund website, Signal-iduna-park.de, Stadion-live.de, Dortmund-tourismus.de and Bahn.de provide information on the club and its stadium, events at Signal Iduna Park, transport to and from Dortmund and more. Wojciech wrote: March 23, 2015 at 4:52 PM I went to watch BVB against VFB Stuttgart in 2014. It was an amazing experience. The fans were very loud, and the stadium was easy to reach from Dortmund city centre. The people were friendly. It is a must-see place.

I went to watch BVB against VFB Stuttgart in 2014. It was an amazing experience. The fans were very loud and the stadium was easy to reach from Dortmund city centre. The people were friendly. It is a must-see place.

. The DCH fans were fantastic and friendly. The atmosphere was impressive, and the stadium was good. The football was impressive, too. It lived up to its reputation as one of the best places to watch football in the world.

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