Fortuna Düsseldorf

Suffering and absolute enthusiasm! Who loves this club, combines both. Fortuna Düsseldorf was German Champion (1933), two-time Cup Winners (1979 and 1980) and even in the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup - the predecessor of today's Champions League (1979 defeat in extra time against FC Barcelona). But the Fortuna was also a team in the second divison, third division - even in the fourth division. 2002 to 2004 Düsseldorf played in the Oberliga. Anyone who traveled to Freialdenhoven for away matches today receives appreciative, but compassionate looks. Not nice years, but honest football. Now Fortuna is back! Bundesliga. The big stage. But with small claims. Stayin in the league is the goal.

If you are in Düsseldorf and you like football, you should check the game plan. Fortuna welcomes Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and 1. FC Köln. The fans are loud and good, the choreos impressive. A visit to the arena is worthwhile!

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Merkur Spiel-Arena
Arena-Straße 1
40474 Duesseldorf

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Tram / Subway: U78 (Stop Merkur Arena/Messe Nord)

Opening Hours

Bundesliga matchdays:
Friday, 8:30pm
Saturday, 3:30pm and 6:30pm
Sonntag: 3:30pm und 6pm

Upcoming home games:

28. February 2020 / 8:30pm / Fortuna - Hertha BSC
13. March 2020 / 8:30pm / Fortuna - SC Paderborn
05. April 2020 / 6:00pm / Fortuna - Schalke 04
17. - 19. April 2020 / Fortuna - TSG Hoffenheim
24. - 26. April 2020 / Fortuna - Borussia Dortmund
08. - 10. May 2020 / Fortuna - FC Augsburg


Strating at 17 Euro (Discounted tickets from 13 Euro, children under 14 years from 8 Euro)

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