BVB will play their final Champions League group-stage match in Copenhagen on Wednesday (2/11). Kick-off at the Parken Stadium in Copenhagen is at 21:00 CET. Due to the particular circumstances surrounding this match, we would like to ask all travelling supporters to read the following fan information in order to avoid potential problems and conflicts on the day of the match.

The game has been classified as a “high-risk match” by both clubs as well as by the German and Danish police forces. With that in mind, Borussia Dortmund are working intensively with FC Copenhagen to prepare for the return fixture. Information regarding planned measures was already published at the time the advance sale of tickets was announced on 17/10.


We will publish all information relating to parking spaces for buses and cars here as soon as it is provided to us.

In the city/meeting point

  • The public square “Axeltorv” will be the meeting point for BVB fans on the day of the match.
  • From the meeting point, you will take special trains from the station “Vesterport” to the stadium. The station “Svanemøllen” is the stop for away fans to disembark at. You must then walk approximately 1km to the entrance to Parken-Stadion from there.
  • The special trains to the stadium will run from 17:30 CET.
  • The special trains from the meeting point are provided free of charge.
  • The transfer to the stadium will be accompanied by Copenhagen police.
  • Due to the dangerous situation, Borussia Dortmund would like to recommend all travelling fans in the lead-up to the match that they do not identify themselves as BVB fans in the Copenhagen area. Even though we are always proud to show our black and yellow all around the world, it cannot be guaranteed that there will not be any provocations or even threats of violence against unsuspecting fans at and around this match due to the extreme rivalry between individual elements of both fan bases.  


  • The stadium opens at 19:00 CET. 
  • For BVB fans, admission the stadium will take place via entrances E2 and E3. 
  • We ask for your patience at the entrance. The inspections of personalised tickets may lead to delays with admission.
  • At the entrance, the name on the ticket will be checked against the name of the ticket user. So please have your ticket and your personal ID ready at the entrance.
  • Please beware that the tickets are not transferrable and that it is not possible to re-personalise the tickets.
  • The ticket checks will be carried out by the security services with support from the police.

Permitted fan items:

  • Fence flags 
  • Small flags (plastic flagpole)
  • Swivel flags (plastic flagpole)


  • Pyrotechnics of any kind 

 Bags and rucksacks:

  • Please beware that bags and rucksacks larger than DIN-A4 size may not be brought into the stadium with you. 
  • Belt bags and small bags/rucksacks up to DIN-A4 size are permitted.
  • There is a storage facility in the direct vicinity of the away entrance (entrance D1). 


  • At the stadium, cashless payments with bank and credit cards are possible.
  • Beer containing alcohol is served at the stadium. It is also permitted to smoke and bring lighters with you. 

After the match: 

  • Depending on the situation, the police may decide to set up a blockade. Should this be the case, sanitary facilities and catering stands will be made available. 
  • Taxis will be available in the direct vicinity of the away sector.
  • BVB fans who will be travelling back into the city centre by train should please use the metro station “Vibenshus Runddel St.”. From there, please take the line M3 to “Central Station”.

UEFA Youth League

  • The Borussia Dortmund U19s’ match in the Youth League will be played behind closed doors. There will therefore be no advance sale of tickets to the general public.


  • The police in Copenhagen have also requested the publication of the following information:

Away match in Copenhagen – Police information


In Copenhagen, the Fan Representatives Sebastian Walleit (+49 151 46505752), Benedikt Watermeier (+49 170 2285155), Luisa Walleit and Björn Hegemann, as well as Johannes Bagus and Stella Schrey from Fan-Projekt Dortmund e.V., will be available.

Fans who will only pick up tickets once in Copenhagen should contact Maren Pesch on location (+49 171 5317805). 

Contact details for the German Embassy:

Göteborg Pads 1, 2150 Nordhavn

Tel.: (+45) 3545 9900

Opening times of the Legal & Consular Section:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 09-12 CET, Tuesday 13-16 CET.

Telephone: +45 3545 9911