True Love: watching football in the Signal Iduna Park stadium
The floodlights are on. The players run onto the pitch and the crowd erupts – what an atmosphere! A mixture of goosebumps and adrenaline is par for the course at Dortmund’s football temple, formerly the Westfalenstadion – and now officially known as Signal Iduna Park. The home of the Black & Yellows aka BVB.
With a league capacity of 81,359, the stadium is Germany’s largest; in fact its southern grandstand – the Yellow Wall – is the largest terrace for standing spectators in European football. The fans put on some impressive choreography for their team as well, providing a spectacular backdrop to league matches.