The Bundesliga is the highest level of professional football (soccer) in Germany. It's famous for its top-notch matches and has the highest average attendance in Europe, with over 43,000 people attending. Germany has some of the world's best-supported football clubs, including Bayern Munich and Dortmund. Here's a list of the biggest stadiums in Germany, some of which are among the largest in the world.


2.Allianz Arena

3.Olympiastadion Berlin

4.Olympiastadion Munich

5.Arena AufSchalke

6.Mercedes-Benz Arena


8.Merkur Spielarena




The Westfalenstadion, located in Dortmund, North Rhine-Westphalia, has a capacity of 81,365 and is the home stadium of Borussia Dortmund, one of Germany's most popular football clubs. It is officially known as the Signal Iduna Park and is the largest stadium in Germany by capacity, being the only one that can hold over 80,000 spectators.


The stadium has a remarkable feature known as Südtribüne, which is the largest standing terrace for European football supporters. It has a capacity of holding 24,454 fans and is popularly called the "Yellow Wall '' during matches. This makes it one of the biggest stadiums in Germany. Fans can bet directly at the stadium or play 1xBet between halves and win money for beer and sausage.

The stadium has a fascinating history, having opened in 1974 for the World Cup and hosting several high-profile matches since. It also hosted five games at the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Signal Iduna Park is considered a fortress for Borussia Dortmund, with them losing only six times at home in the league since 2007. This makes it one of the toughest places to visit for