Signal-Iduna-Park

Signal-Iduna-Park

Dortmund, Germany

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Signal-Iduna-Park is a football stadium in Dortmund, Germany. It is the home of Borussia Dortmund and was built in 1974. The stadium has a capacity of 81,360 people and was one of the venues for the 2006 World Cup.

One of the most iconic things about Borussia Dortmund is their "Yellow Wall", it's a massive standing section in the south end of the stadium that can hold up to 25,000 fans. It's one of the largest standing terraces in Europe,Β  and it's always packed with supporters of Borussia Dortmund.

Trivia

  • Signal-Iduna-Park was one of the venues for the 2006 FIFA World Cup. It hosted five matches during the 2006 World Cup, including three group stage games, one Round of 16 game and one semi-final match.

Ratings

πŸ“ Location
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πŸ“’ Atmosphere
πŸ˜€ Great
πŸ” Food and drink quality
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Rated 3 times

Key facts

✨ Opened
πŸ“ Address
Signal Iduna Park, Strobelallee, Dortmund, Germany
πŸ”’ Capacity
81,365
πŸ€ Playing surface
grass
🚩 Distance from city centre
πŸ“„ Other names for this stadium

Last updated 2 months ago

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  • Tommy EngstrΓΆm

    The stadium is absolutely massive and it's always packed with passionate supporters. If you're lucky enough to get tickets for a game, be prepared for an electric atmosphere!

    5 months ago

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