On June 1, BVB will face Real Madrid at Wembley Stadium for the UEFA Champions League final. Whether you are following the match in Dortmund or London - we have summarized all the important information for you here.

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  • BVB has been allocated Hyde Park in London as the official “Fan Meeting Point” by UEFA and the authorities.
  • For those who want to explore the city during the day, we will provide black and yellow moments at various fan stops.
  • At these locations, black and yellow „Hop On & Hop Off“ buses will take you to the BVB fan festival, depending on availability.
  • We recommend that you arrive at the fan festival in Hyde Park by 2 pm at the latest.

To connect fans with each other, we have created a Google Maps Liste that shows the most important “fan stops” for you.

For Borussia Dortmund supporters who have missed out on a match ticket, the UEFA Champions League final will be screened live on the giant screens at the BVB-Fan Meeting Point in Hyde Park. There will be a full programme of club entertainment screened throughout the day, ahead of the final coverage starting at 19:30 with food and drinks available. Access to the site is free, so come join the party and soak up the atmosphere with your fellow BVB-supporters!

Travel to the stadium

  • There will be no shuttle buses for BVB fans from the official fan meeting point in Hyde Park to the stadium.
  • It is recommended to travel to the stadium from the fan meeting point by public transport: from “Baker Street” station, take the subway to “Wembley Park” (Jubilee Line, Metropolitan Line). From there it is a 10-minute walk to the stadium.



  • The stadium opens at 4pm local time. Kick-off is at 8pm local time (9pm German time).
  • Admission to Wembley Stadium is via different color zones. BVB fans will enter the stadium via the green and blue color zones. The respective zone used for entry is indicated on the ticket.
  • The area for BVB fans is located on the east side of the stadium.

Permitted and prohibited items

  • Permitted items:
      - Powerbanks with the size of a cell phone
      - Bags up to a maximum size of DIN A4
  • Prohibited items:
      - Large bags and backpacks
      - Stick umbrellas

You will receive all further information for BVB fans a few days before the match in our fan informations on


Public Screening

The final will be broadcast publicly at three locations in Dortmund:

  • Fredenbaum-Platz (Eberstraße fairground)
    The square in the north of the city center will be open from 4 pm. 20,000 spectators are expected, admission is free.
  • Hansaplatz
    On the central square in the city center, the pre-program starts at 7 pm. Admission is also free here. Glass is forbidden in the city center.
  • Westfalenhallen 3 und 4
    Westfalenhallen 3 and 4 open at 6 p.m., with food and drinks available on the forecourt beforehand. The Westfalenhallen can hold 11,000 fans. All tickets are already sold out.

We have also put together a list of the most important “fan points” for Dortmund. Get together in groups and turn the city black and yellow.


Your exclusive playlist for the final

Let's get ready for the Champions League final together!
Whether it's Yellow "Wonderwall", "London Calling" or our pros' favorite song: "Someone Like you", this playlist gets us in exactly the right mood with epic tracks and legendary songs that will give you goosebumps. Follow our playlist now and let great songs like "I'm a Believer" or "You make My Dreams (Come True)" motivate you!


The BVB app is your ideal digital matchday companion and keeps you up to date on all the latest topics and news. You can also find further information and lots of questions and answers at

The BVB service team will be available on the final weekend from 10 a.m. (German time) on 0231-90 20 0. You can also find lots of useful information at
For urgent issues and emergencies, please always contact the fan representatives on site directly. You can find the contact numbers in the fan information, which will be available on few days before the final.

For all fans who are following the match in Dortmund, from home, with friends or elsewhere, we provide ongoing information and offers. The best way to do this is to follow our social media channels, regularly check our website, use the information offers here on or read our information in the service portal at