Signal Iduna Park

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Signal Iduna Park

Signal Iduna Park is a stadium whose name was formally established following a sponsorship agreement for the period from December 2005 - until 2021, Signal Iduna Group thus receiving the rights to name the stadium.

SIGNAL IDUNA Park is the largest football stadium in Germany and the sixth in Europe with a total capacity of 80 552 seats, of which 25,000 standing places. SIGNAL IDUNA Park was elected as the best football stadium by "The Times", famous for its atmosphere. The stadium is named by fans "The Temple" and the press, professionals and celebrities appointed it "the most beautiful stadium in Germany".

24.454 fans regularly occupy the highest platform in European football - the famous lawn known as Sudtribune. Renowned for the intense atmosphere it produces, the south lawn was called "The Yellow Wall".

In 2001, the stadium hosted the final of the Europa League (UEFA Cup) between Liverpool and Alaves. Also, SIGNAL IDUNA Park was one of the stadiums chosen to host matches of the 2006 FIFA World Cup. However, due to the sponsorship contract during the World Cup, the arena was called FIFA World Cup Dortmund Stadium.

Also, the stadium houses the Borussem museum, which illustrates the history of the club and the stadium and contains a trophy room.

More details about the stadium can be found at www.signal-iduna-park.de