Arriving & parking

Whether you’re arriving on public transport or taking a scenic bike ride or walk to reach the Dreisam, the Dreisamstadion makes it easy for you to travel in eco-friendly ways. With our park-and-ride system, even those travelling in their own cars can dodge the inner-city traffic.

Via bus or train

City train (VAG)

From Freiburg’s Hauptbahnhof (central station, Hbf) you can take the line 1 in the direction of Stadion or Littenweiler. The journey from Hbf to the “Römerhof” stop (this will be announced as “Stadion”) will take between 16 and 20 minutes. The “Römerhof” stop is around 5-10 minutes from the stadium by foot.

VAG online guide:
To the VAG website


If you’re taking the Höllentalbahn towards Freiburg, get off at the Littenweiler station. From there, the stadium is around ten minutes on foot.

RVF online guide

To RVF website

SBG fan bus

The SBG fan bus travels directly to the Dreisamstadion from the areas surrounding Freiburg.

Departure times and prices for the SBG fan bus:

To Website

By bike

There are various cycle paths that will take you to the Dreisamstadion. At the stadium there are only a limited number of free bike racks.

Arriving by car

From the south (A5 Basel) / north (A5 Karlsruhe)

Leave the A5 Autobahn at the “Freiburg-Mitte” exit in the direction of “Ebnet / Littenweiler / Stadien”. Do not turn right in the B31 tunnel, stay to the left. You will reach the stadium after around 1.5km.

From Donaueschingen / Titisee-Neustadt (B31)

Leave the Bundesstraße B31 at the “Ebnet / Littenweiler / Stadien” exit, immediately before the Freiburg city tunnel. Stay to the right and follow the signs towards Stadion.


The Dreisamstadion is located in a residential area, meaning that there are no parking spaces immediately around the ground. Please use the park and ride service or park in the grounds of the nearby Pädagogischen Hochschule (PH).

Blocked roads on matchdays

Some of the roads around the Dreisamstadion will be blocked on matchdays. Schwarzwaldstraße is one such road, with plenty of traffic starting around three hours prior to kick-off. Alternative routes are Hansjakobstraße, which will take you out of the city via Kirnerstraße, or Heinrich-Heine-Straße if you are coming from Ebnet. On matchdays there is also a one-way rule on Kartäuserstraße, meaning that if you are leaving the city then you can only drive as far as Sandfangweg.

Your web browser ist outdated.
The web browser you are using is no longer supported.
Please download one of these free and up to date browsers.
Chrome Mozilla Firefox Microsoft Edge
Chrome Firefox Edge
Google Chrome
Mozilla Firefox
MS Edge
Why should I use an up to date web browser?
Newer web browsers provide better protection against malware, data theft and other threats to your privacy and security. Up to date browsers continuously close security holes that allow attackers to enter your computer.
New Technologies
The technologies used on modern websites are better supported by newer web browsers. This both increases functionality and improves the website layout. By benefiting from new functions and extensions you will be able to surf the web faster and easier.