If you’re not driving there are a lot of different ways to get from the city to the stadium itself – you’ll be spoiled for choice!
If you’re coming in from out of town and arrive at the main Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof station, you can go downstairs and access the metro system. From here get on either the S8 or S9 train and ride in to ‘Frankfurt am Main – Stadion’. From here it’s only a light 5 minute walk to the stadium. You can also jump on the number 21 tram from the same station and ride it all the way to the Arena.
There is parking at the stadium with 3 official car parks – however, if you’re driving, do get there early as spaces fill up fast.
Car: Coming from outside you want to get on the highway A3 eventually and make your way towards Frankfurt, Stadium or Frankfurt, Flughafen (airport). Take the exit “Anschlussstelle Frankfurt-Süd” and try to get on the state road B43/44 towards “Frankfurt Stadtmitte (city center) / Stadion”. From here, simply follow the signs guiding you to the parking lots in front of the arena. Parking is 6€, but may be pretty busy. You may want to park somewhere downtown and use public transportation.
Metro: From Frankfurt Central Station take one of the lines S7, S8 or S9 towards “Flughafen / Stadion”. Get off at “Stadion”, then it is only a 10-minutes walk to the venue, you will see it once you hop off the metro.
Plane: The Commerzank Arena is right next to the international airport Frankfurt / Main. Getting from the airport to the stadium is really easy, just take one of the bus lines 61 or 80 and they will directly get you to the main entrance.
Easy as anything. Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof is a transport hub for all of Germany and Europe and the Commerzbank Arena is just a short hop from it on the S-Bahn. The station is called Stadion and you can jump on lines S7, S8 or S9 to be deposited within walking distance of the ground.
Inside the city, there is also a tram option, with number 21 taking you to the stadium from the Hauptbahnhof. It’s the last stop on the line.
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