The ticket prices vary from 13€ (standing) to 34,50€ (best category, Blocks K and L) while the average price for a decent ticket is around 29€. There is a family block in the stadium, too, a special sitting area for young kids who go their with their parents (15,50€). With the stadium being pretty small, it doesn’t really matter if you have a seat further away from the pitch. Visibility, normally, is good from every row in the entire stadium. Tip: If you book your ticket early in advance you get a discount of 1-1,50€!
As usual, the main action areas are behind the goals with the area behind the North Goal with standing room and seats. Tickets here will cost you €12 for a standing spot or €23 for a seat behind the goal. The tickets in the main stand can cost up to €34 which seems a bit steep for a team in the second division. It is an old stadium however and there are plenty of supporting pillars that obstruct a view seats views.
The stadium is a mix of old and new, so there are still some restricted views caused by pillars. The ground is roughly half sitting and half standing, with the Nordtribune the home for the most enthusiastic home supporters and the southeast corner for away fans. Capacity is limited to just 15,000 fans, meaning an intimate atmosphere but also a nightmare to get tickets, especially for big games. Should you get one, however, you can expect to pay €13 to stand and upwards of €23 to sit.
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