Which way to the stadium? What’s the quickest way to reach block O3? Where can I find the nearest ticket desk? With our stadium plan you can find your seat as quickly as possible.
- The blocks are all given a letter corresponding to which stand they are in: North (N), East (O) or West (W). The block names also contain a number which indicates in which tier it is located: lower tier (1) or upper tier (2).
- The blocks in the south stand (large, single-tier “wall” of fans) are named after the club’s initials of S/C/F (standing blocks) and E/V (seated blocks).
Additional standing space for home fans:
There are two more standing areas for home fans in the North stand, N1 and N2.
West stand (Main stand):
-The executive boxes can be found in blocks W4 and W5, as well as W13-W16.
- Also on the West stand is the fan shop, the club’s offices, the press room and the press boxes.
- Seats for the disabled and their carers are situated on the ground floor in the lower tier and are accessible without having to go through the turnstiles.
- Seats for those with sight impairments and other severe disabilities are found in block O7 and are especially easy to reach thanks to their close proximity to the South-East entrance.
The away fans’ section is found in blocks N5-N7 and N15-N17. In case of low demand from the visiting club, the away allocation may be reduced and used as additional home seating instead.
Directions made easy: with our map you can see where all the parking spots are located around the stadium, where you can drop off your bike or where you can catch the nearest train. Also marked on the map are important points around the stadium such as the fan shop and, most importantly ahead of kick-off, where you can grab a nice cold beer.