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I have had a season ticket at Borussia Park for the last 10 years so I’m a little biased but this is a great football stadium, brilliant facilities, top atmosphere, the best fans in the Bundesliga, Excellent!!
Visited here for a game against Wolfsburg from the UK. Once fans around me on the bus and in the stadium figured out I was English, good conversations were had about the teams we follow and it made the night so much better!
I try to take the chance to visit a Bundesliga game when I visit Germany and this time opted to go to Gladbach. Driving to the stadium in a rental car, I found the access to the parking lots very easy to find. A short...More
Borussia-Park stadium is a bit outdated compared against the newer stadiums like the one Schalke plays in. However, the atmosphere inside the stadium is excellent and it is definitely worth going to see a game whenever you get a chance.
As a London football fan, this Borussia-Park is everything I wish I had on my door step.
I stayed in Cologne so the train was only a 30 minute journey.
Firstly as soon as you get out the station there is a legion of free...More
Not the most attractive ground from the outside but a very good atmosphere on the inside. Shuttle bus to and from the station was very well organised. Local transport included in the match ticket. Good beer on the inside and lots of good food.
We went to watch Borussia v Frankfurt. Train from Dusseldorf to Monchengladbach (Free transport). Had a saunter round the City centre for half an hour then onto the shuttle bus to the stadium. They lay these buses on at very regular intervals so you won't...More
My first time in MG. We came to watch Borussia v Hamburg.
The stadium is a modern build on the out skirts of MG. It's a bus or taxi ride away from the Center.
Loads of room on the concourse, loads of food/drink outlets. Everything...More
Tickets will go on general sale a few weeks before match day. Buy them direct from Monchengladbach's website, you will need to register - it is free. You print off your own tickets and you can travel for free on local public... More
Tickets will go on general sale a few weeks before match day. Buy them direct from Monchengladbach's website, you will need to register - it is free. You print off your own tickets and you can travel for free on local public transport to the game.
Tickets will be on sale after the mid season break , best thing to do is to keep checking the website around December time , if your thinking of stopping over for the weekend it's best to book a hotel in Monchengladbach as... More
Tickets will be on sale after the mid season break , best thing to do is to keep checking the website around December time , if your thinking of stopping over for the weekend it's best to book a hotel in Monchengladbach as usually around March time there is a festival on in Dusseldorf and the hotel rooms go quickly hope this helps