30,000 (22,000 – all-seated and 8,000 – standing)
Volkswagen Arena, In den Allerwiesen 1, 38446 Wolfsburg, Germany
+49 5361 89030
+49 5361 89030
+49 5361 89 03 655
105m x 68m
The Volkswagen Arena is one of the technologically advanced stadiums. As a modern ground, the seating plan makes sure that there is an excellent view of the football action irrespective of the seating or standing position. The imposing roof will be a huge draw initially, while the ground manages to carry the strength even when inside with facilities like 5G coverage.
What is it like for visiting supporters?
The visiting supporters will go into the south-east corner of the ground. It is kept away from the home supporters using fences. The away supporters predominantly get to enjoy the terrace places. The cylindrical structure of the ground coupled with the rectangle make the ground quite unique.
There are different options available to access the Volkswagen Arena from a car. The fans can take the A2 if they are coming from Potsdam or Hanover. They need to take the exit 58, which will proceed in the A39. Now, the exit 3 should be used before using the ramp that leads to L322. For those coming from Kassel, the option will be the A7. The exit 64 has to be used for reaching the A39. From there, the directions are similar to the ones used while proceeding from the A2.
One can use the following address in the satnav: VW-Tor-Nord, 38440 Wolfsburg.
There are just over 5500 parking spaces available at the Kästorf P&R car park and Allerpark car park. A free shuttle bus will also take fans from these parking spots. For those who have a VIP ticket, there are a dedicated 1100 parking spots just outside the Wolfsburg Stadium.
By train or metro
The Wolfsburg ground is located near the city and this makes it easy to access from the train station. One can reach the Wolfsburg main station from different parts of Europe thanks to its excellent connectivity. From there, it is only a short walk to reach the ground. The ease of access makes the train the preferred option to reach the Volkswagen Arena on a match day. A season ticket will be accepted as a ticket for travelling on the train four hours before the game begins.
The buses are also an excellent choice and it is run on a special basis even after the conclusion of games. There are also special buses for fans from certain areas like Gifhorn and Brome.
The fans can purchase Wolfsburg tickets online or at the stadium. The prices for the ticket are comparatively cheap compared to other leagues in Europe. The cheapest ticket available would be around €19 and this would provide a seat just behind the goal. A place in the main grandstand could end up costing around €45, while the terrace seat will be at around €12. The matches are divided into several pricing categories, but many of them would fall under the level 3 category, which is the cheapest.
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There are several facilities extended for disabled fans including the presence of dedicated spaces for up to 80 users with a wheelchair. They will also be able to accommodate a companion. The wheelchair spaces are located close to the bathroom facilities. There are also 16 seats dedicated for supporters who are visually impaired and they can also bring in a companion. This section offers dedicated live commentary of matches.
Wolfsburg are able to provide access to the Volkswagen Arena through stadium tours that allow fans to visit the press room, VIP areas, dugouts, and more. The tours would take around 90 minutes. They are not held on every day of the year, as it is open only from Tuesday to Friday. The tools are priced at €7 for adults, while a concessional ticket is available for €5. The concession ticket can be picked up by disabled individuals, students, or children.
2020-2021: German Bundesliga (321)
2019-2020: German Bundesliga (18,621)
2018-2019: German Bundesliga (24,552)