All roads lead to BORUSSIA-PARK

There are many ways of visiting BORUSSIA-PARK, the home of the Fohlenelf. We’ve put together some useful information for fans looking to travel to the stadium, whether via car, public transport, bicycle or on foot.

Transport Short summary
By car There are 9,200 parking spaces available at BORUSSIA-PARK. People heading down for the day can access parking areas P4 to P7 via the A61, exiting at MG-Nordpark. more
By foot: Safe routes to the stadium You can safely reach your car after the game courtesy of the well developed pedestrian routes. ---
By bus, train and NEW stadium shuttle NEW - We have introduced a stadium shuttle bus for people travelling to home games via public transport. No traffic, no hunting for parking spaces – simply sit back and enjoy the ride to the stadium. Away from matchdays, it is possible to use the number 17 bus, which comes every 20 minutes, stopping at “Am Borussiapark” and “Nordpark Busbahnhof”. more
By bike Fans looking to cycle to home games can do so with ease. There are 1,000 spaces for bicycle storage next to the ground more
By taxi The newly built taxi rank is right next to the stadium. Taxis reach the ground via the Aachener Straße /Am Nordpark entrance. / Am Nordpark. more
Instructions for VIP guests There are comprehensive instructions in the business area

Residential roads closed

The affected roads remain closed off until 30 minutes after full time.

On matchdays, the side roads Aachener Straße and Gladbacher Straße between the A 61 and Dorthausen are closed to non-residents. The roads will be shut off from two and a half hours before kick-off until 30 minutes after full time.