Borussia Dortmund will take on Bayer Leverkusen in front of 10,000 spectators at SIGNAL IDUNA PARK on Sunday (6/2). Kick-off is at 15:30 CET. You can find all the important information about your stadium visit below.
Do I have to carry a printout of my ticket?
Yes! Definitely! Showing the PDF document on your mobile phone will not suffice for entry into Signal Iduna Park. Only your printed ticket will grant you entry. The credit-card-sized seated season ticket is not activated.
Can I transfer my ticket to someone else if I suddenly can’t make it?
Yes, the ticket can be transferred. In addition, the Secondary Ticket Market will be open until 12:00 CET on the day of the game. The ticket can be put up for sale there. If a new buyer is found, the price of the match ticket only will be refunded (without the advance booking fee).
I bought a ticket when only 750 spectators were permitted. Is my ticket still valid?
Yes, tickets that were issued based on the previous maximum capacity of 750 spectators shall remain valid. However, the entry requirements have been upgraded from 2G to 2G+ in view of the increased stadium capacity (see below).
Will a ticket office be open on the day?
No, there will not be a ticket office open.
Will the FanWorld be open?
Yes, the FanWorld next to the stadium will open at 11:00 CET on the day of the match.
Can I bring my child with me too?
“Lap tickets”, which allow the free admission for children under seven years of age, will not be available.
Which corona entry requirements apply?
The 2G+ rule must be adhered to when entering the stadium. The digital proof must be presented in the Corona-Warn-App or the CovPass-App (digital EU covid certificate). Access to the stadium is only permitted to immunised (vaccinated/recovered) persons who can additionally present a negative test result. An Antigen test result may not be older than 24 hours; a PCR test result may not be older than 48 hours.
The additional test requirement does not apply to people who
- Vaccinated + vaccinated + vaccinated: have received their booster shot (third vaccination) in addition to full basic immunisation; valid from the day of the third shot
- Vaccinated + vaccinated: are double-vaccinated and received the second shot over 14 days but fewer than 90 days ago
- Vaccinated + recovered: have recovered from an infection and have also received at least one vaccination
- Recovered: have recovered from an infection and did so more than 27 days but fewer than 90 days ago
Children and adolescents up to and including 15 years of age (ID document must be presented) are exempt from the obligation to provide proof. Persons who cannot be vaccinated for health reasons (medical certificate required) will be admitted with a test. For the aforementioned exceptions, a rapid antigen test result must not be older than 24 hours and a PCR test result must not be older than 48 hours.
Where is the proof of 2G+ status checked?
The inspection of the 2G+ documentation takes place in the direct approach to the turnstiles. In addition to your ID card, please have your 2G+ proof ready digitally in the Corona Warn App or Covpass App.
Can I use local public transport free of charge with my ticket?
Those who wish to use public transport must, for technical reasons, purchase a separate, free-of-charge travel ticket via a DSW21 portal in addition to their digitally-mailed BVB admission ticket (“Print@home”). Detailed information on this was sent to the purchasers along with the tickets and can be found here. The ”Uni-Shuttle” will not be in operation.
How do I get to the stadium using local public transport?
DSW21 has announced that it will be increasing its services for arrivals and departures at short notice. The U45 light rail line and bus line 450 will be operating with additional vehicles from noon on Sunday. The most important light rail line heading towards SIGNAL IDUNA PARK is the U45 (Hbf – Westfalenhallen), which will run with additional trains from noon onwards and, as is customary on home matchdays, will also call at the “Stadion” stop. Bus line 450 will be operating at increased intervals between Kirchhörde and Westfalenhallen. Further information is available here.
What should I bear in mind when entering the stadium?
The entrances “Südost” and the three entrance areas in the north are linked to fixed grandstand areas and blocks. Only the admission area indicated on the ticket can be used. In order to facilitate the journey to SIGNAL IDUNA PARK and the situation at the entry points to the stadium, we recommend that you arrive early. Please arrive at the stadium as early as possible. The earlier, the better!
Will there be a “Happy Hour”?
No, there will not be a “Happy Hour”.
Can I bring my own drinks?
No. No bottles, cans. etc. may be brought into the stadium. Large bags are not allowed either. rPet disposable cups will be issued at the stadium kiosks.
Can strangers sit next to me?
Coronavirus regulations allow for people from different households to sit alongside one another.
What rules apply in SIGNAL IDUNA PARK?
A medical or FFP2 mask must be worn both in the vicinity of the stadium and in SIGNAL IDUNA PARK itself! Masks may only be removed once you reach your seat. Only children under the age of seven years are exempt from the obligation to wear a mask. Payment at the kiosks is strictly cash-free. Please keep the necessary distance from each other, and wash and disinfect your hands regularly.