Directions and parking
There is no explicit shuttle transfer from Frankfurt Central Station (Hauptbahnhof). From the Hauptbahnhof, you can take the S-Bahn lines S7, S8 and S9 to the stadium. Deutsche Bank Park is within walking distance (about 800 m) of the S-Bahn station “Stadion”.
The stadium can be reached from all directions via the A3. At the Frankfurt-Süd junction, take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte/Stadion. From there, follow the signs for the stadium car parks.
Cars, minibuses and buses:
Car park P9, which can be reached via the Mörfelder Landstrasse (heading away from the city), is available for buses. The parking fee for buses is €20.
Fans arriving by car are advised to use the “Waldparkplatz” car park. The parking fee for cars is €6. The “Gleisdreieck” car park is reserved exclusively for home fans.
Please note: The stadium is located within the environmental zone. A green environmental badge is mandatory if you drive to the stadium’s car parks and the city centre.
The following items are allowed in the away section during the game in Frankfurt:
- 25 small flags (max. 2m, pole diameter up to 2cm)
- 25 double-holders (max. 2m)
- Fence flags (as long as space is available)
- 5 swivel flags
Stadium opening and ticket office:
The stadium will open 120 minutes (18:30 CET) before the match.
There will be no box office on match day.
Admission and blocks:
Standing places in block 20, seated places in block 21H.
All visitors to the stadium will go through the usual ticket and security checks at the entrances. Fan utensils will be checked at this point. Due to the large stadium premises and the long distances from the entrances to the blocks, supporters may be checked again at the entrance to block 20. Tickets will certainly be inspected there.
Payments can be made with cash or MainPay. The digital payment systems Google Pay or Apple Pay are accepted at the stadium, but only when linked to a Master card.
Visa or Maestro cards are not accepted.
Persons who are clearly under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs will not be allowed inside Deutsche Bank Park. Persons who are found to have a blood alcohol concentration of more than 1.6 per mille are generally not permitted to enter Deutsche Bank Park.
Bags and rucksacks:
Belt bags and pouches are allowed in principle. Other bags are subject to restrictions, and we advise fans not to bring them into the stadium where possible. Bags must not exceed 210 mm x 297 mm (Din A4) in size. There will be no facilities to drop off bags at the stadium.
Photo and video cameras:
Cameras/digital cameras (up to a size of 20 x 12 x 12 cm) may be brought into the stadium for private use; video cameras are not permitted. In the case of cameras with interchangeable lenses, fans are only allowed to bring in one lens in total.