STADIUM // Travelling


Travelling to the stadium

By car, it is possible to reach the A391 (see illustration) from the north using the A2 motorway (Hannover – Berlin) and from the south along the motorway A39 (Dreieck Salzgitter – Braunschweig). From there the signposting can be followed to Hamburgerstraße. Turn left at the end of the motorway, EINTRACHT-STADION is approximately 1,000 meters further along on the right-hand side. On Eintracht home match days, the A392 tends to be extremely busy and heavy traffic congestion is an almost unavoidable result. 


In the direct vicinity of the stadium there are very few parking options and those which are available are often filled well in advance of kick-off time.
Attention: Parking with private vehicles on the visitor’s parking lot P4 is unfortunately not possible and traffic congestion in the area is a very regular occurrence.


Busses carrying away fans have the option of parking on the visitor’s parking lot (P4) directly next to the stadium. There the busses are instructed correspondingly by security personnel or, if applicable, police officers.

Travelling from the main railway station 

In general, fans arriving by train (regular, additional relief trains or chartered trains), are then brought from the railway station to EINTRACHT-STADION in specially chartered shuttle busses. At the end of the respective games, there shuttle busses then ferry the fans back to the main railway station.
Attention: Provision or removal from the railway station – particularly before the game – is unfortunately generally not possible.

The tram-lines M1 and M2 travel from the main railway station, though the city centre to EINTRACHT-STADION. The M1 stops directly at the stadium (‘Haltestelle Stadion, Wenden bound). The M2 stops close to the stadium (‘Haltestelle Gesundheitsamt, Siegfriedviertel bound).