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18.04.2024 / English

Fan Information for Köln

On Saturday afternoon (April 20th/3:30pm) SV Darmstadt 98 will be guests at 1. FC Köln. You can find all the important information for your visit to the RheinEnergie Stadium here.

Foto: DFL/Getty Images/Lukas Schulze

Arrival / Parking

Parking by car, nine-seater, coach:

Parking lot P4 is available for away fans‘ vehicles.

Address for the navigation system: Aachener Straße 800, 50933 Cologne
Please be sure to take exit 103 “Köln Lövenich” (coming from the A1).
To avoid conflicts between the fan groups, please do not drive to the signposted bus parking areas P6 P8 for home fans in the south!
Fees: Car 7 euros, nine-seater 14 euros, bus 20 euros
Leaving engines running is prohibited and will result in a fine from the city of Cologne
Subject to change! In this case, communication is then carried out by the police/law enforcement on site.

By train:

The “RheinEnergieSTADION” stop is regularly served by KVB line 1. Special trains also run from the stop on match day. Arrival and departure by public transport in the VRS area is included in the admission price, provided you already have a valid admission ticket upon arrival.

Stadionplan
Parken am RheinEnergie-Stadion
Stadioneingang
Übersicht: Rolliplätze
Glasverbotszone in Köln

Stadium

The stadium opens two hours before the game starts, i.e. at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday.

Visiting fans use the standing room in Block N 6 as well as the seats in Block N 16 and, if necessary, in Block N 15
If there is a high number of guests, Block O 11 can be sold as a guest block
The entrance to the areas is in the northeast of the RheinEnergieSTADION
In the guest area there are kiosks with food and drink offerings. Payment is only made cashless (Girocard, credit card or Apple Pay and Google Pay).
Smoking is prohibited in the stands (standing and seating areas) at 1. FC Köln events.
It is not permitted to bring bags or backpacks into the RheinEnergieSTADION. In addition, there are no storage facilities at the stadium.
Strict alcohol controls are carried out by the security service. Spectators with an alcohol level of more than 1.1 per mille or who are incapacitated will not be allowed entry into the stadium.

Permitted fan paraphernalia:

3 x megaphones (already taken)
5 x drums (already taken)
6 x large swivels (longer than 2 meters, already taken)
Smaller flags (up to 2 meter stick length)
Fence flags

Further information:

In the RheinEnergieSTADION and the surrounding area, a ban imposed by the Cologne city public order office applies from three hours before the start of the game until three hours after the end of the game, which prohibits the carrying of glass bottles, glasses and beverage cans. This ban also applies to the guest parking lot P 4. Violations can result in a fine of 25 euros. Disposal containers are available for fans.
The glass ban also extends to the restaurants and kiosks in the area around the stadium. They are prohibited from selling glass bottles and beverage cans as well as from serving glasses.
There is also a ban on the consumption of food and drinks in all KVB vehicles.
Stadium bans apply to the stadium and the entire area of ​​the pitch and hall complex. Persons against whom a nationwide stadium ban has been issued are strictly prohibited from staying in this area on 1 FC Köln event days. In the event of non-compliance, 1. FC Köln reserves the right to file a report for trespassing in accordance with Section 123 of the Criminal Code.

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