Fan information for the game away to Union Berlin

Fan information for the game away to Union Berlin
Fan information for the game away to Union Berlin

BVB will visit the Stadion An der Alten Försterei on Saturday at 15:30 CET. Around 2,500 BVB fans will travel to Berlin to support the team. Here is a summary of all the most important information.


Please arrive early, as there may be considerable delays due to extensive construction work on public transport and the limited parking space on site.

Arriving by car:

  • If you are travelling by car, there are no parking spaces available at the stadium.

  • Free parking is available at the P+R car park at Altglienicke S-Bahn station. From there, the stadium can be reached via the Schöneweide/Spindlersfeld S-Bahn line and a short walk.

  • Tip: On Saturday (until 21:00 CET) the multi-storey car park at Forum Köpenick (Bahnhofstraße 33-38, 12555 Berlin) is available.

Arriving by bus:

  • Coaches can park 100 metres from the away entrance in the former Lidl car park.

  • If the car park is full, you will be allocated a parking space in the vicinity of the stadium.

  • Address for your satnav: Lindenstraße 18-20, 12555 Berlin.

Arriving by train:

  • Please note that extensive construction work is currently being carried out on public transport and that travelling by S-Bahn may cause considerable delays.

    • From the main railway station, take the S9 (direction Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen) to Baumschulenweg S-Bahn station, then the S47 to Spindlersfeld S-Bahn station.

    • From Schönefeld take the S45/S9 (direction Südkreuz/Spandau) to Schöneweide S-Bahn station, then the S47 to Spindlersfeld S-Bahn station.


  • The stadium will open two hours before kick-off.

  • Please go to the entrance early, as there may be waiting times due to intensive controls.

  • Access to the away section is exclusively via the "Wuhlewanderweg". Access via the stadium's main car park is not possible.

Permitted fan paraphernalia:

  • Fence flags (as long as space is available, may not be hung above the advertising board and the escape gate)

  • Small flags (up to stick length 1.50 m)

  • Double holders (up to 1.50 m pole length)

  • Ten waving flags (over 1.50 m pole length)

  • Three megaphones (already allocated)

  • Three drums

Forbidden fan paraphernalia:

  • All types of pyrotechnics

Permitted items:

  • Belt-bags and handbags

  • Alcohol-free drinks in Tetra-Paks.

Forbidden items:

  • Backpacks, bags, suitcases

  • Professional photo cameras with interchangeable lens over 200 mm focal length and wide interchangeable lenses

  • Video cameras

Further information on admission:

  • There is only very limited space to drop off bags and rucksacks at the away entrance. To avoid waiting times, we would therefore ask you to leave your luggage in the buses or cars if possible.

  • In addition to the security service commissioned by the club, the police will also accompany the entrance.

  • Separate individual checks may be carried out to search for prohibited items.

  • Persons who are obviously under the influence of alcohol may be refused entry to the stadium.


  • The away section is located in sector 5.

  • Both cash and cashless payments can be made in the stadium.

Information for a barrier-free stadium visit 

  • Fans with a disability can find all information about their stadium visit here.

  • A limited number of disabled parking spaces are available in the guest car park and must be requested in advance at

Further information

Please respect the stadium regulations.

Contact on matchday

Fan representatives Johannes Bagus (0151-67576467) and Benedikt Watermeier (0170-2285155) as well as Stella Schrey and Janina Fuhr from Fan-Projekt Dortmund e. V. will be on hand to provide support on matchday.

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