Here’s the essential information for all supporters travelling to VfL Bochum’s upcoming away fixture against SG Dynamo Dresden on Saturday, 22nd February 2020, kick-off 13:00 CET.


Journey and parking

People travelling by car should leave the BAB4 at junction Dresden Altstadt (Exit 78) and follow the B6 to the city centre, leaving by keeping straight ahead on Hamburger Street (sign direction to VW-Manufaktur), follow the course of the road until the subway and then turn right into the B173, Könneritzstraße (sigh VW-Manufaktur/Pirna). Follow the course of the road until you reach the parking lot which is situated approx. 1 km later on your right hand side. There will be a shuttle service directly to the stadium gates.


Coaches are requested to approach the roadhouse Dresdner Tor, from where they will be escorted tot he stadium.



Stadium and box offices will be open 2 hours before kick-off.

Ticket prices are: Standing terrace S block €13.50 / concessionary €11.00. Seating tickets T/A Block €18.00 and €15.50.


All VfL supporters who purchased tickets for the home sections are advised to behave considerately. VfL fans are to avoid blocks J, K and L, and any access will be denied. Moods could dampen as well in all other blocks if VfL supporters do not show a considerate behaviour. Dresden reserve the right for fans to be re-seated or even banned from the stadium.



Fan paraphernalia

Fan paraphernalia and banners for the fence contribute to a special football atmosphere and are always welcome in Dresden. Please note: the material should consist of materials with a B1-certification.

The hierarchy of the visitors‘ banners is exclusively up to you. If there are more flags and banners than could be placed in the blocks, Dresden offers seating block T1 as an alternative block especially for banners – in case it is not sold out.



Compact cameras are allowed for private photographs, system and reflex cameras etc. are not.


Backpacks and bags

Unfortunately, there is very limited space for luggage like bags, handbags, backpacks etc. Although safekeeping in the visitor's section is free of charge, fans are recommended to leave their bags requested to leave in the cars and busses.

Belt bags are allowed after a security check.


Banned supporters

Banned supporters are allowed to stay at the stadium‘s parking lot P7. If you own a frequency-modulation mobile or radio, you can also listen to Dresden’s radio for blind people. Accompanied by contact persons or fan project members banned supporters are allowed to provide themselves with food or beverages and use the facilities.


Radio service for the blind

From this season Dresden offers a radio service for blind or visually handicapped visiting supporters. Via frequency 94.6 VfL fans can listen to the comments of a special reporter. Users just need a small radio or a mobile phone with radio function etc., earphones and a disabled person’s pass. If you do not have a device with radio function, Dynamo Dresden has a limited amount of devices to lend on pawn.


Food and beverages

The visitors section includes numerous food stalls. Payment is cash only.

Dresden usually has a supporter service stand in the visitors section, where the contact persons are available for further information before, during and after the match and you can also get the stadium magazine “Dynamo-KREISEL“ for €1.50.


Contact persons

Dirk "Moppel" Michalowski and Marian Müller from the supporter service will be at the ground on matchday.