The Bundesliga, one of the most popular football leagues in Europe with an average attendance per match that reaches 40K. Teams from this league have also drawn international attention for their high levels of support and popularity among fans all over the world, fans that are looking to attend a Bayern Munich, Dortmund or even a Schalke 04 or Werder Bremen match are in the right place, you can compare all the top ticket sites here on SeatPick and find the best Bundesliga ticket prices online.
Each German Bundesliga team will play a 38-match schedule during the regular Bundesliga season. Also, each team will take part in the domestic cups: German Cup DFB-Pokal and the DFL-Supercup, these cups are not regarded as part of the Bundesliga matches. The Bundesliga regular-season begins in August and ends during the month of May. Bundesliga clubs will face each other two times during the regular season, one match at home and one match away and in total, 38 matchdays.
Fans that are looking to buy German Bundesliga tickets will be able to find tickets at an average cost of €135 per ticket, it is also possible to find tickets as low as €45-€75 per ticket for lesser matches. Top clashes between major clubs such as Bayern Munich and Dortmund in the Klassiker will cost significantly higher and will exceed this average. The best deals and Bundesliga ticket prices can be found for the early-season matches and games that take place during the middle of the week where demand for tickets is a bit lower.
In the table below you can find more information on the top German Bundesliga Stadiums, when you are looking to buy German Bundesliga tickets to any one of the Bundesliga football teams or if you are looking for other upcoming live events that are will take place in one of the venues listed below, then go a ahead and click on either one of the German Bundesliga venue links and you will be able to find a full list of events that will take place in that stadium and buy your tickets.
|Borussia Dortmund||Signal Iduna Park||Dortmund||80,720||2006|
|Hertha BSC||Olympiastadion Berlin||Berlin||74,064||1936|
|Bayern Munich||Allianz Arena||Munich||71,137||2005|
|FC Schalke 04||Veltins-Arena||Gelsenkirchen||61,482||2001|
|Hamburger SV||Imtech Arena||Hamburg||57,274||1953|
|Borussia Mönchengladbach||Stadion im Borussia-Park||Mönchengladbach||54,057||2004|
|Eintracht Frankfurt||Commerzbank Arena||Frankfurt||48,500||1925|
|RB Leipzig||Red Bull Arena (Leipzig)||Leizip||44,345||1956|
|1. FSV Mainz 05||Opel Arena||Mainz||34,034||2011|
|FC Augsburg||WWK Arena||Augsburg||30,660||2009|
|TSG 1899 Hoffenheim||Rhein-Neckar Arena||Sinsheim||30,150||2009|
Every Bundesliga match consists of two 45-minute halves, with a halftime break of about 10 to 15 minutes between both halves, some Bundesliga matches can have an added stoppage time if needed.
The German Bundesliga will usually announce their regular-season official fixtures schedule during the month of July. After the Bundesliga schedule is announced, each Bundesliga team will follow with the release of each match's ticket sales date. Once ticket sales begin, SeatPick is a great place to compare ticket prices from top sites in one place and buy your seats to the Bundesliga matches that you are planning to attend in the coming season.
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