The Commerzbank Arena has a large capacity of just over 51,000 with 9000 if these being standing room tickets. The most ardent home fans can be found behind the goal in the West Stand stretching from pitch level all the into the upper tiers. Away fans are also given standing room as well as seats in the South East area. While for most games, a ticket in one of these stand will cost you around €20, when Bayern and Borussia Dortmund come to town, these prices skyrocket to nearly €35.
The best seats in the house rather predictably run the length of the pitch and while the sight lines are fantastic, expect to pay top dollar for it. A ticket here can cost between €50 and €75 for a Category D game and a Category A game respectively.
The stadium itself fitting more than 50,000 people is pretty big and a very nice venue. The stadium is usually full so make sure you book your tickets in advance. Stances are 15€. Seating depends on the opponent as there are five different scalings. In general, prices are within a range of 25€ to 85€ (category 1, limited availability). Average price for a decent game and good seating is about 35-43€. The stands are really close to the pitch which means that visibility is actually pretty good from wherever you sit.
The Commerzbank Arena is was renovated for the 2006 World Cup so it is new and features every possible amenity. That means a 50,000+ capacity and a standing section that allows a superb atmosphere to be created by the home fans.You can pick up tickets online, although nearly every game sells out. The standing areas in particular are almost impossible to get into without a season ticket. Tickets are €13 to stand, while seats vary from €23 to €40 depending on the opponent.
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