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Borussia-Park: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

The Borussia-Park stadium replaced the old Borussia Bökelbergstadion, which became severely outdated in the 1990s. Construction of the new stadium began in November 2002 and finished in 2004.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Saturday, 02.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

Borussia replaced their old stadium, Bökelbergstadion, which had become severely outdated by the 1990s. Construction of the new stadium began in November 2002 and finished in 2004. The total costs of construction amounted to $86.9 million. Borussia Park officially opened on the 30th of July 2004. Two weeks later it hosted its first match, a Bundesliga match between Borussia M?Gladbach and Dortmund that ended in a 2-3 defeat for the hosts.

The Borussia-Park stadium has a total of 1,758 business seats and 684 VIP lodges. It has the ability to convert parts of the South Stand into standing areas, increasing capacity to 59,771. Conversely, when the standing areas of the North Stand are converted into seats for international matches, capacity is reduced to 46,287.

How to get to Borussia-Park

Borussia-Park is located in the south-western edge of the city of Mönchengladbach, slightly more than 4 kilometers from the city center and about one kilometer from the city's main railway station. The stadium is close to the A61, which runs west of the city. Follow the directions above to find it.

On matchdays, take exit Nordpark instead. Signs will guide you to Borussia-Park.

On matchdays, buses run every 20 minutes and the journey takes about 25 minutes. Can someone tell me where I can take a shuttle bus from Mönchengladbach's main railway station so that I can commute to work? The buses run every ten minutes on non-matchdays and every twenty minutes on matchdays, so the journey should take around fifteen or twenty minutes, depending on traffic.

Alternatively, there are shuttle buses that run from the train station Rheydt Hauptbahnhof (to which there are regular trains from Mönchengladbach Hauptbahnhof).

Address: Hennes-Weisweiler-Allee 1, 41179 Mönchengladbach

Eat, drink, and sleep near Borussia-Park

Borussia-Park is located outside of the city limits of Mönchengladbach and so there is not much around in terms of eating and drinking, which is better done in the city center. The Hotel Palace St George is a few hundred metres away from Borussia-Park, while the Hotel Tannenhof is the cheaper option.

For an overview of the hotels near Borussia-Park, and some alternatives in Mönchengladbach city centre, see the listings on this page. If you want to stay in Düsseldorf instead, see the listings on this page.

Gladbach Tickets

Tickets for Borussia matches can be bought online, by phone ( +49 1805 18 1900), at the Fan-Shop at the stadium, at the Fan-Shop at the Wallstraße 16 in Mönchengladbach?s city centre, or at the Fan-Shop in Shopping-Galerie Rheydt at the Stresemannstraße 1-7. Will tickets be available to buy on the day of the match if they are still available? Generally, Borussia only sells out a few matches per season, but this can be more in a successful season.

If you miss out on tickets, there are a few options you can try. You can try Borussia Dortmund's official ticket exchange, or if that doesn't work, secondary ticketing websites like viagogo. Expect to pay over face value on these sites.

Match prices vary greatly depending on the category. The most expensive matches are usually in the ?47.50 to ?64.50 range, but some can be as high as ?112.00. There are also cheaper options available, but expect to pay more if you're playing against teams like Bayern Munich or Dortmund. The cost of standing ranges from ?14.50 to ?17.00, depending on the match.

Email [email protected] for more information.

Stadium tours

The tours offer an opportunity to learn about Borussia Mönchengladbach's history and the players and staff behind the scenes. Borussia Mönchengladbach offers guided tours of their stadium that last about ninety minutes. These tours allow attendees to learn about Borussia Mönchengladbach's history, the players and staff behind the scenes, and more. The schedule for tours varies on weekdays, with the most popular days being Friday afternoon, Saturday morning, and Sunday morning. Check Borussia's website to see the current schedule.

Reservations are required for tours of the stadium. They can be made by phone (+49) 02161 9293 1526, or email [email protected] For weekend tours, reservations need to be made before Friday noon.

The tour costs ?9.00.

Photos of Borussia-Park

Photo credits: www.stadiumguide.com

Relevant Internet links

Moenchengladbach's official website, Borussia.de, provides tourism information for the city of Mönchengladbach, as well as public transport information. NVV-ag.de is a website devoted to public transport in Mönchengladbach. The atmosphere at the game was good, although it could have been better. Despite this, I still think that it is a good club to recommend. I was able to easily get tickets after booking them online. A few days before the match started, they also sent me e-tickets.

I visited Borussia Monchengladbach - Eintracht Frankfurt. It is easy to get to, close by the highway. There is plenty of park space in the middle of nowhere.

It was easy to get tickets. I received them a few days after booking them, and I think they also had electronic tickets too.

There are many places to buy drinks inside and around the stadium, including the Fanhaus which is highly rated. If you're wearing a Cologne scarf, be aware that there is now a large fanpark nearby where you can avoid having your scarf ruined. The atmosphere at kickoff is electric, so make sure to arrive early and enjoy the kickoff party (13:30 for a 15:30 game) before settling in for the game. There's plenty to eat and drink in and around the stadium so stay as long as you like ( an hour or more is usually safe). The fans here are truly welcoming, so feel free to chat with them and soak up some of the atmosphere.

Borussia Park is a great place to watch a football match. Gladbach are a great club and if you want drinks in or around the stadium, there is the Fanhaus which is great. There is also now a very large fanpark. If you have never been before and are making a special trip, arrive early and soak up the atmosphere (1330 for a 1530 KO) and stay later (a good hour) - there is plenty of food and drink and lots and lots of friendly supporters to talk to, so you'll feel welcome.

Many German fans stay for a longer period of time just to applaud their players. This is wonderful!

Many German fans stay for longer just to applaud their players, which is awesome.

I went to see the home match against Hannover on 21 November 2015. It was a great match and the atmosphere was great. The stadium is much larger and cleaner than what we are used to, and I plan to visit the team more in the future.

I went to the home match against Hannover on 21-11-2015. It was a great match, and the stadium was great. The atmosphere was great, and the stadium is much larger and cleaner than what we are used to. We will visit the team more in the future.

The Stadium itself is a large but bland building. It is purely functional with no attractive or stylish aspects to it. The beer and sausages are good though.

We went to Mönchengladbach vs Bayer Leverkusen on 9th February 2013. We got the bus from Rheydt station and travelled from Cologne. There are a few nice bars across the street from the station, including an Irish pub, so I would recommend a few pints here because there is nothing around the ground itself.

The atmosphere in the stadium was not great, with Monchengladbach ranked fifth in the Bundesliga and playing like a lower-league team. Leverkusen were second at the time and played mainly on the break, so despite being a 3-3 draw we left feeling that German football is not as strong as it is sometimes suggested.

Some reviewers have complained that the stadium is quite far from the city, and that getting there can be difficult. However, apart from its remote location, the stadium is actually quite large and has a basic but functional design. The beer and sausage selection is good too.

I criticize the trend of making the atmosphere on terraces more boring, just as it has been happening in England for the last 15-20 years. Well done German clubs!

the fans can still enjoy the game without having to worry about their safety. German clubs have terraces on their stadiums because fans can still enjoy the games without having to worry about their safety.

1) The atmosphere created by Bundesliga clubs is much better than in other national leagues. 2) Bundesliga clubs pull in a lot of younger people on matches, who are more likely to be social action. 3) It is much cheaper to match matches on terraces in Germany, so there is a lot more social action in the Bundesliga than in many other countries.

This is a serious counterattack against the trend that FIFA, UEFA and corporate entities are trying to decrease tension by singing, chanting and having terraces. With terraces there is a great chance to create more noise and make fans bouncing like those fans, ultras and barras bravos in Argentina, Uruguay and Chile. It's so sad that terraces are soon history in Brazil because World Cup investment.

I strongly criticize the trend of making the atmosphere on terraces more boring. This has happened in England during the last 15-20 years, and it's well done German clubs who are leading the way in fighting this trend.

After the game, we were set back ?29 each. The stadium was well-filled but the atmosphere far from great, likely because of the insignificance of the match, low-profile opponent, and poor football on display. After the match, a good queue had built up around the shuttle buses and it took about half an hour to get on one. So you might as well take your time leaving the stadium (or rush off 5 minutes before the end).

I visited Borussia Mönchengladbach vs Greuther Fürth on the 6th of April 2013.

We bought our tickets online through the official website. Our e-tickets have not yet arrived, but they arrived at our home a few days after ordering.

We travelled to Mönchengladbach from Düsseldorf Hbf with the S8 commuter train. There were a good number of Gladbach fans getting on the same train so there was no doubt we had the right one.

We got off at Mönchengladbach Hbf, and the front square was already packed with drinking Gladbach fans. The shuttle buses were easy to find, and while a small crowd had assembled around the buses, it took us only a few minutes to get on one. It took about 20 minutes to get to the stadium.

The exterior of Borussia-Park is not very pretty, and it is located in an unsavory part of town. However, the pre-match atmosphere is great with a lot of beer, sausages, and friendly fans.

We were able to get good seats at one of the sides with a nice view over the north terrace where Gladbach's more fanatic fans are located. They charged us ?29 each.

The stadium was not well-filled, and the atmosphere was far from great, presumably caused by the insignificance of the match, low-profile opponent, and extremely poor football on display.

After the match, a long line had formed for the shuttle buses. It took about half an hour to get on one, so it might be helpful to take your time leaving the stadium (or hurry off 5 minutes before the end).

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The Borussia-Park stadium replaced the old Borussia Bökelbergstadion, which became severely outdated in the 1990s. Construction of the new stadium began in November 2002 and finished in 2004.

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