Deutsche Bank Park
Mörfelder Landstrasse 362
The Deutsche Bank Park is very well integrated into the public transport system and can be easily reached by the bus, tram and urban train network. It is also accessible by bicycle and there is even a designated, monitored bike-parking area (Bike Point). There are numerous parking options for fans arriving by car; simply follow the detailed instructions under “car” below or enter the above address into your navigation system.
Arriving at the Deutsche Bank Park
Take the A3 or A5 towards Frankfurt and then follow the signs showing a football symbol. From the city centre go via the Main bridges and Kennedyallee until you reach Oberforsthaus, where you can access parking.
Arriving from Mainz/Ludwigshafen
Take the A60 towards Rüsselsheim. At the Rüsselsheimer junction (Rüsselsheimer Dreieck), take the A67 towards Frankfurt, Würzburg. When you reach the Mönchhof junction (Mönchhof-Dreieck), take the A3 towards Frankfurt airport (Flughafen), Würzburg. At the Frankfurt south (Frankfurt-Süd) junction, take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte, Stadion. Follow signs to stadium parking (Gleisdreieck and Waldparkplatz).
Arriving from Cologne/Wiesbaden
Take the A3 towards Frankfurt. At the Frankfurt south (Frankfurt-Süd) junction take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte, Stadion. Follow signs to stadium parking (Gleisdreieck and Waldparkplatz).
Arriving from Hanover/Berlin
Take the A7 towards Frankfurt then go on the A5 towards Frankfurt, Gießen. At Frankfurter Kreuz take the A3 towards Frankfurt-Stadion, Würzburg. At the Frankfurt south (Frankfurt-Süd) junction take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte, Stadion. Follow signs to stadium parking (Gleisdreieck and Waldparkplatz).
Arriving from Nuremberg/Munich
From the A9 towards Nuremberg, take the A3 towards Frankfurt, Würzburg at Nürnberger Kreuz. At the Frankfurt south (Frankfurt-Süd) junction take the B44 towards Frankfurt-Stadtmitte, Stadion. Follow signs to stadium parking (Gleisdreieck and Waldparkplatz).
Click on ‘Parking’ for detailed information on parking at and around the Deutsche Bank Park.
S-Bahn (urban train)
At Frankfurt’s main station (Hauptbahnhof) head underground to find S-Bahn lines S7, S8 and S9 towards Frankfurt Flughafen / Airport, or towards Wiesbaden Hauptbahnhof until you reach the ‘Stadion’ stop. Journey time is approximately six minutes. From there it takes ten to 15 minutes on foot to reach the Deutsche Bank Park.
In addition to tram line 21, on matchdays there are extra trains on the line 21 route that leave every three minutes from in front of the main station (Hauptbahnhof) to the ‘Stadion’ stop. Travelling by tram is more convenient for fans with tickets for the main and east stands; it takes ten to 15 minutes on foot to reach the stadium.
Bus line 61 and the special line 80 travel between Frankfurt airport and Frankfurt’s south station (Südbahnhof). The buses go via Niederrad towards the stadium and you can get off at the ‘Stadionbad’ or ‘Osttribüne’ stops. From there it takes ten to 15 minutes on foot to reach the stadium.
Links (Bus & train)
There are several cycle paths to the Deutsche Bank Park through the Rhine-Main region.
Bicycle parking: ‘Bike Point’
The monitored bicycle parking area at ‘Bike Point’ is to the left of the main entrance at the E1 ticket windows (B 43 Mörfelder Landstraße, see the site map). ‘Bike Point’ is a training and employment project of the Internationaler Bund Südwest gGmbH.
You can park your bike safely and securely here during Eintracht matches. Additionally, the ‘Bike Point’ team offer maintenance and cleaning services.
Bike parking costs
- Adults: €2 Euro.
- Children up to 12: €1 Euro.
- Standard cleaning: €12 Euro.
- including gear hub: €17 Euro.
- Including derailleur gears: €20 Euro.
- Bike check: €15 Euro.
- Repairs by appointment.
- Available at every Eintracht Frankfurt home game.
- Open 90 minutes before kick-off.
Store and workshop
- Bike Point, Autogenstraße 18, 65933 Frankfurt.
Telephone: (+49) 069 38 98 12 10
- Gleisdreieck/Waldparkplatz/Isenburger Schneise
There are car parks in the immediate vicinity of the Deutsche Bank Park at Gleisdreieck and the Waldparkplatz, as well as at the Isenburger Schneise. These are all clearly signposted.
Cost: €6 Euro per car.
- Sandhofstraße car park
The car park on Sandhofstraße is also close to the Deutsche Bank Park. You can reach it by taking the Niederrad exit off the A5 and following Kennedyallee away from the city centre. Please use the RMV-Kombi-Ticket to take tram lines 20 and 21 from the Heinrich-Hoffmann-Straße/Blutspendendienst stop to the stadium. Trams leave every three minutes and take approximately eight minutes to get to the stadium.
Cost: €5 per car.
- Bürostadt Niederrad
There are more car parks in the area of Lyonerstraße, Herriotstraße and Hahnstraße in the Bürostadt Niederrad district. These can be reached by taking the Niederrad exit off the A5. From there it is a 15-20-minute walk to the stadium; follow the signposts en route.
- Park & Ride /other car parks
You can find additional car parks in the city centre and more information on using Park & Ride options at the following websites: www.pundr.hessen.de und www.mainziel.de.
Away fans’ buses
Parking areas for buses transporting away fans are clearly signposted. Please follow the signs and any instructions from local police and law enforcement officials. Please note: the Gleisdreieck car park is reserved for buses carrying Eintracht fans.
Attending away games is something many fans may take for granted, but for disabled supporters such trips often require a great deal of planning. Our travel guide is designed to help reduce the effort involved and to facilitate your visit. It contains information for disabled supporters on how to get to and from the arena, on the stadium itself, who to contact, seating, and general things to know about the city. As such, it is also a useful point of reference for all fans.