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

The new stadium opened in 2007 with a Bundesliga match between Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt. The stadium has a seating capacity of 82,994 and is nicknamed the Bank of Germany Stadium.

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

German bank Deutsche Bank Park was built in the place of the old Waldstadion, which served as the final match venue for the Bundesliga side Eintracht Frankfurt. As demolition of the old stadium progressed, Eintracht were able to keep playing their home fixtures there. Deutsche Bank Park, formerly Commerzbank-Arena, officially opened during the 2005 Confederations Cup with a match between Germany and Australia (4-3). During the same tournament, the stadium also hosted the final between Brazil and Argentina (4-1). The new stadium had come at a cost of $126 million.

A year later, the stadium was one of the playing venues of the 2006 World Cup. It hosted four first round group matches and the quarter-final between France and Brazil (1-0).

One notable feature of the arena is its retractable roof, which has received temporary negative publicity during the Confederations Cup final when a defect caused a large stream of water to come down.

In 2020, the stadium changed names to Deutsche Bank-Arena when the old sponsorship deal expired.

The European Championships 2024 will be held in Deutsch Bank Park.

How to get to the Deutsch Bank Park

The Deutsche Bank Park is a great place to go for a walk or run. It's located in the south of the city, and it's about 5 kilometres from the city centre. The stadium is close to the interchange where the A3 and A5 motorways intersect. You can reach it by taking exit Frankfurt-Süd toward the B44. Follow for Stadtmitte and the stadium will be signposted with a stadium symbol.

If travelling by public transport, the stadium can be reached with S-Bahn lines S7, S8, and S9. From Frankfurt's main rail station (Hauptbahnhof), take train S8 or S9 in the direction of Mainz or Wiesbaden, or line S7 in the direction of Goddellau. Get off at stop Stadion. Line S8 andS9 can also be boarded at other city centre stations.

There is an alternative to the tram that leaves the main rail station and crosses directly to the south bank on its way to the stadium. Get off at stop Stadion, which is the last stop on the line. On matchdays, tram 20 follows the same route as tram 21.

The stadium is about a fifteen-minute walk from the stop.

Alternatively, you can take the Airport Express train that leaves every 30 minutes from Frankfurt Central Station. Frankfurt's international airport is located south-west of the city and has direct connections to pretty much everywhere in the world. The international airport is just one stop away from Frankfurt Central Station with S-Bahn line S8 or S9. Alternatively, you can take the Airport Express train that leaves every 30 minutes from Frankfurt Central Station.

Frankfurt's low cost airport, Frankfurt Hahn, is a bit farther away though and requires a bus ride into the city, though you could get off at Frankfurt International and take the subway from there.

Address: Mörfelder Landstrasse 362, 60528 Frankfurt am Main

Eat, drink, and sleep near the Deutsche Bank Park

The Deutsche Bank Park is located in a sports complex which is located on the edge of the city and bordered by forests. It can be a pleasant area during nice summer days, but otherwise there is not much around and it is best to eat and drink in central Frankfurt. If you want to stay close to the arena, the adjacent Lindner Hotel is a great option. The Holiday Inn Frankfurt Airport, Melia Frankfurt, and Sheraton Frankfurt Congress are decent alternatives, but they require some walking to get to the stadium.

If you're looking for a hotel near the Deutsche Bank Park, our top choices are listed here. You can also explore other options in Frankfurt by clicking on the links below.

Eintracht Frankfurt Tickets

Tickets for Eintracht Frankfurt matches can be bought online, or at the fan shop at the Deutsche Bank Park. If tickets remain available, you can buy them at the stadium on the day of the match. However, Eintracht often sell out some of their home matches in a season so booking in advance is recommended.

The second most expensive category (B) has tickets priced from ?27.00 for an upper-tier seat in one of the corners to ?53.00 for a central seat at the main stand. The third most expensive category (C) has tickets priced from ?21.00 for an upper-tier seat in one of the corners to ?38.00 for a central seat at the main stand. The fourth most expensive category (D) has tickets priced from ?15.00 for an upper-tier seat in one of the corners to ?29.00 for a central seat at the main stand, while the cheapest category (E) has tickets priced at just ?8.00 for an upper-tier seat in one of the corners and just ??1.50 for a central seat at the main stand The Eintracht Frankfurt home matches are now divided into 5 different ticket prices categories: A, B, C, D, and E. Tickets in Category A range from 41 euros ($48 USD) for a corner seat up to 88 euros ($112 USD) for a central seats in one of the stands; Category B prices start at 27 euros ($32 USD) and go up to 53 euros ($65 USD); Category C costs 21 euros ($25 USD) per ticket and goes up to 38 euros ($45 USD); Category D starts at 15 euros ($18 USD) per ticket and goes up to 29 euros ($34 USD), while Category E is only 8 euroscan buy corner seats or 1.50 euroscan buy center seats

Tickets in the cheapest category (E) cost between $24.00 and $56.00. A ticket for the standing area costs $15.00 regardless of the category.

For more information, please call +49 (0) 180 50 60 303 or email [email protected]

Deutsche Bank Park stadium tours

The Deutsche Bank Park offers guided stadium tours that include the dressing rooms, VIP facilities, press areas, and the Eintracht Frankfurt museum. The tours last for about an hour. Tour dates and hours vary from week to week and can be found online. Reservations can be made online.

The tour costs ?9.00. For more information, please call +49 (0) 69 23 80 80 121 or email [email protected]

Relevant Internet links

The official website of Eintracht Frankfurt, Commerzbank-Arena.de, and the Deutsche Bank Park are all websites that provide information about Frankfurt. Frankfurt's tourism website provides information about visiting Frankfurt. The public transport information website for the Rhine-Main region is RMV.de.

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The new stadium opened in 2007 with a Bundesliga match between Bayer Leverkusen and Eintracht Frankfurt. The stadium has a seating capacity of 82,994 and is nicknamed the Bank of Germany Stadium.

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