The Weserstadion has 4 separate stands and they all have a different feel to them, and rather different price tags! Though since the upgrades made in the stadium in 2008 – the seats are pretty nice.
The Ostkurve Unterrang (East) is where the most vocal and loud fans base themselves for the game and the shouting and chants will come from here all game long with standing tickets available for just €13, it sells out fairly quickly. The away fans will find themselves – in direct opposition to the home fans in the West Stand. Tickets here will cost you anywhere between €13-35 depending on if you want to sit down or not.
The North and South are the biggest and most comfortable of all the stands, here you will find the hospitality areas as well as the best views of the pitch. Prices are reflective with a ticket near the half way line setting you back €45-60
Tickets are between 15€ (stances) and up to 60€ (main stands, category 1). However, they charge an additional amount for matches against the top 5 clubs in the Bundesliga (Bayern Munich, Dortmund, Schalke 04, Borussia M’Gladbach and Hamburger SV), exceptions are the stances where the prices remain the same. Usually, until the start of the game the stadium is full and all tickets are sold out. Make sure you book them in advance if you are planning on watching a specific match.
The Weserstadion was renovated relatively recently, with the running track removed, the pitch lowered and new seats added. That means the view is pretty decent from everywhere, with unhindered sightlines and no seats too far back. Tickets start from €15 to stand and go up as far as you like: expect to pay €70 for the best seat in the house.
The East Stand has rail-seating, so expect to stand for domestic games and sit for European matches. This is where the hardcore fans stand, so in all likelihood expect to stand regardless of what the game is, if you want to see any of the game. Away fans have a choice of standing or sitting.
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