Unlike a lot of other countries – especially England, Germany allows safe standing for a lot of its supporters – this is no different at the BayArena. Ticket prices will fluctuate dependent on who is playing but an average standing ticket on the terrace will cost €15 which really isn’t bad!
The seats behind the goals on either side of the stadium are typically where the most passionate fans sit – and these too are affordable at Bayer Leverkusen, averaging out at €25! Away fans are segregated somewhat in the South West Corner, opposite the most vocal fans which creates a good atmosphere.
The most expensive seats run the length of the pitch, and while all views around the stadium are great – the angle really is the best from here. Prices do reflect that, around €50 average, though the best tickets will go up to €75 when Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund come to town.
Considering that the club has been a top tier team for a very long time, the stadium is super small. It barely fits 30,000 people, but as the city itself only has a population of 150,000 people this is probably the most viable solution. The stadium usually is full, however, for most games you could probably still get tickets if getting to the venue half an hour before the game – except the other top-level teams of the Bundesliga.
Ticket prices are pretty cheap if you don’t want to see them play the best 5 teams of the league. Stances are always 15€, however, the other categories depend heavily on the enemy team. Whereas the average price for a decent seat against a low-level team is 24€, you will end up paying 35€ against a decent team and even 52€ for the same spot if they place, for instance, Bayern Munich. Price ranges for category 1 are between 32 and 68€!!
The BayArena is new and shiny, so everywhere has a fantastic view. The lower area behind the northern end is a standing terrace and that’s where you can find the Leverkusen hardcore: if you can get a ticket then this is the place to be in terms of atmosphere, plus it’s only €15. Decently priced seats are available everywhere with unimpeded sightlines, and if you’re willing to stump up the cash, then the southern end has a huge hospitality section. Away fans are in the south west corner, split over standing and seated sections.
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