Visit the Yellow Wall

With affordable match tickets, easy (and, on match days, free) stadium transport and guaranteed big-game atmosphere, Dortmund is the best-attended club in Europe. The so-called Yellow Wall is also the mightiest of home ends.

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The Yellow Wall/Peterjon Cresswell

Now visitors may take advantage of a new scheme involving several hotels and the club management.

Calling itself the ‘Dortmund Adrenalin Trip’, a new series of hotel-and-match packages at Borussia Dortmund has been introduced this season.

Starting at €199, the programme involves two-night weekend stays (plus breakfast) in local hotels from two stars and above, and includes a match ticket, merchandise, a voucher for the fan shop, a drink and snack at the stadium and entry to the club’s excellent Borusseum museum alongside the Signal Iduna Park.

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Signal Iduna Park/Peterjon Cresswell

Stays in higher categories of hotels start at €249 – but these may be handily located a short walk from the stadium itself.

These include the swish Steinberger Hotel Dortmund and, opposite, the Pullman Dortmund Hotel. More downscale is the B&B Hotel Dortmund-Messe while, closest to the stadium, the Hotel Dortmund Messe & Kongress got a Mercure makeover last year.

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