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Leipzig Stadium
  • Location Quantity Price(USD)
  • Category 3
    Unavailable
    $ 360
  • Category 2
    Unavailable
    $ 500
  • Category 1
    4
    $ 700

There are four ticket categories for the EURO 2024

Red: Category 1 seats are located on the main and opposite stands; or in the lower blocks in the corners.

Blue: Category 2 seats are located in the corners and behind the goals; or on the main and opposite stands, above the Category 1 seats.

Green: Category 3 seats are located in the corners and behind the goals, further away from the pitch than Category 2 seats.

Orange: ‘Fans First’ seats are located behind the goals.

NOTE 1:You can only select the category, but not a specific seat within that category.

NOTE 2:all ticket categories may include seats in different tiers of the stadium (such as upper and lower tiers)

Course info

The successor to the old Zentralstadion can seat over 40,000 fans; top Leipzig tourist attractions include the Thomaskirche.
Stadium introduction

Home to Bundesliga side RB Leipzig, Leipzig Stadium opened in 2004, having been rebuilt inside the shell of the old Zentralstadion, the biggest stadium in the former East Germany.

With a capacity of over 40,000 for football games, Leipzig Stadium was still known as the Zentralstadion when it staged matches at the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup as well as three group games and a round of 16 fixture at the FIFA World Cup the following year.

Along with its major tournament history, the arena also features a state-of-the-art roof which was designed to provide superior acoustics. As a result, it is a popular venue for concerts, with the late Tina Turner, AC/DC and Bruce Springsteen all experiencing the excellent sound it offers.

--form uefa.com

Travel guide

Leipzig Stadium lies slightly east of Leipzig’s city centre and central railway station. The 2-kilometre walk should not take longer than 20 to 30 minutes.

Alternatively, you can take tram 3, 7, or 15 from the main railway station (Leipzig Hbf), which will bring you to the stadium in only 7 minutes. Get off at stop Sportforum.

If arriving by car, take exit 17 Leipzig-West from the A9 (which runs west of the city). Follow the B181 in the direction of the city. After about 10 kilometres turn left onto the Rückmarsdorfer Straße. Follow (with a slight left onto the Hans-Driesch-Straße) until, after the bridge, you reach the stadium.



How to get to the Stadium

About note

1. ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINALAND CANNOT BE CANCELLED

2. Prices may be higher or lower than face value.

3.Tickets Prices are final.include estimated tax and booking fee and delivery fee

4.You need an iPhone or Android smartphone to scan your tickets at the gate

5.After you purchase, you will receive a Ticket purchase confirmation email with your ticket delivery details and timing

FAQ

  • What should I do if I do not receive the verification code when I log in

    If you do not receive the account activation email, please check your spam/junk folder and the settings for your email account. Make sure that you can receive emails sent from noreply@email.fansapp.net, as your email provider may have blocked the relevant email.

  • Does my child need a ticket?


    Yes. Entrance to the stadium will only be authorized upon presentation of a valid ticket, including for children.

    All children (regardless of their age) will require a valid ticket to access the stadium and will have a seat allocated to them. Even if the child can sit on an adult´s lap, a valid ticket is required.

    If you wish to attend a match with a child, please consider the above when applying for or buying tickets.

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  • Location Quantity Price(USD)
  • Category 1
    4
    $ 700