Experience the unique atmosphere of one of Europe's greatest football stadiums. Signal Iduna Park, otherwise known as Westfalenstadion is the home of legendary Bundesliga team, Borussia Dortmund. Built to serve as a playing venue for the 1974 World Cup, it's hosted Bundesliga matches, as well as the UEFA Cup Final and games at the 2006 World Cup. It's the biggest stadium in Germany and the seventh-largest in Europe - only two top-flight European clubs (Barcelona and Real Madrid) can boast a bigger stadium. Coupled with the breathtaking ability of the players on display and the loud noise from their famously lively supporters, a trip to this sporting arena will leave sparkling memories in the minds of passionate football fans and interested spectators alike.
The Yellow Wall
Enjoy a match with more than 80,000 fellow supporters at this enormous facility. Borussia Dortmund, playing in their distinctive yellow strip, are known as one of the greatest teams in Europe and frequently contend for the very highest honors. The stadium has a league capacity of 81,365, of which 24,454 stand on the Südtribüne, Europe's largest terrace for standing spectators. Otherwise known as "Die Gelbe Wand," meaning "The Yellow Wall," this huge terrace is a raucous and intimidating sight for opposition players and fans, making it a fortress for Borussia Dortmund.
Can't make it to a match? Anyone who wants to get to know Signal Iduna Park can do so through a stadium tour, which runs on non-match days. Accompanied by a guide, explore the dressing room, the edge of the pitch, the famous South Stand, and many other interesting locations. This extensive tour is offered in German and English and includes free entry into the BORUSSEUM, the club museum. Here, you can experience black and yellow club history first-hand. The museum makes thousands of memories come alive and hosts a wealth of memorabilia tracing Dortmund's eventful history, as well as many interesting artifacts, oddities and curiosities relating to the club.
Getting to the ground
Signal Iduna Park can be reached with the Dortmund Stadtbahn (light rail) lines U42, U45 and U46. The U45 and U46 serve the special station "Stadion," that is open on game days only. Deutsche Bahn serves the Dortmund Signal-Iduna-Park station with regularly scheduled and special game-day trains. Reach the stadium from Dortmund Airport by taking the shuttle bus to the Holzwickede / Dortmund Airport train station, and then taking train RB59 towards Dortmund Central Station and getting out at Signal Iduna Park. By car, visitors can reach the stadium via the B1 Ruhrschnellweg and B54. Parking is also available at Dortmund University of Technology, where shuttle buses take fans to the stadium.