A look into the stadium and behind the scenes sheds light on how the Stadion works. Starting point of a stadium tour is the VIP foyer and guides you from the grandstand to the presenter boxes and the technical center. You will pass by the façade of the grandstand from 1928 which is still under monumental protection and enter the “Mixed Zone” where the athletes meet the press. Finally you will be able to throw a glance at the changing rooms as well as the drunk tank of the police.
Dates for public tours 2020:
02.04.2020/ 09.04.2020/ 16.04.2020/ 23.04.2020 /30.04.2020 /14.05.2020 /28.05.2020/ 18.06.2020/ 25.06.2020/ 02.07.2020/ 16.07.2020/ 30.07.2020/ 06.08.2020/ 13.08.2020/ 20.08.2020/ 27.08.2020/ 10.09.2020/ 17.09.2020/ 01.10.2020/ 08.10.2020/ 15.10.2020/ 22.10.2020
No public stadium tours from november on until march.
|Adults||Single person||5,00 Euro|
|Children up to 16 years||Single person||3,50 Euro|
|Reduced Tickets||Pupils, students, conscripts, pensioners and disabled persons with valid handicapped ID||3,50 Euro|
|Adults||Group tours: max. 35 persons||150,00 Euro|
|Children up to 16 years||Group tours: max. 35 persons||95,00 Euro|
During events and on the days before and after a match there will be restraints in the program. A few parts of the stadium will not be accessible or only partly. If there is a match of the 1.FCN or a big event there will not be any tours.