These are the most popular football stadiums in Germany
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More than 240,000 fans can not go wrong. The football temple of the nation is in Westphalia. Followed closely by a star of the Bundesliga. The taillights hinder "Dixi-Klos" and "Bruchbuden".
Jeder, who has already appeared at least once in the "yellow wall", will be able to understand this ranking. The football temple of Borussia Dortmund, known worldwide for its 25,000-seat south stand, is now the winner of Germany's most comprehensive stadium ranking.
The consumer portal Testberichte.de has evaluated more than 240,000 Google reviews for the 55 football stadiums of the 1st, 2nd and 3rd leagues. On a scale of 1 (very bad) to 5 (very good), users can rate arenas.
With an average rating of 4.7 stars, Signal Iduna Park BVB achieved the best results. In particular, "the atmosphere of goosebumps" was highlighted in the reviews, but also the cleanliness of the sanitary facilities, accessibility by public transport and friendly staff.
The Union depends on Bayern
More than 20,000 users voted – and thus secured the final victory. Because: The Berlin Union, promoted by the Bundesliga, also got 4.7 stars. Since the Alder Försterei stadium was judged by about 3,000 people, "only", the cult club has landed in second place. Particularly appreciated: the family atmosphere, the acoustics and the proximity of the fans with the ground. In addition, Union convinces with fair prices for food and beverages.
Just behind, follows FC Bayern. The 35,000 reviews give an average of 4.6 stars. The tenor: It celebrates the good atmosphere, the well-organized stadium tours and – as in Dortmund – the public transport and the friendly staff.
"Dixi-Klos" and "Bruchbuden"
It looks quite different in Würzburg. The third division can not score points with its Flyeralarm Arena. Only 150 users gave Kickers a 3.8-star rating. Criticism: waiting too long in front of the drinks stands and a covered "shed" requiring renovation work – this is the stadium.
The Brita Arena in Wiesbaden, venue of the SV Wehen Wiesbaden, scored just 3.9 stars, barely better. "Nothing special", "not elegant", parking is too expensive. Ratings, who will hardly appreciate the second division.
Moreover, only 3.9 stars are available for SC Preußen Münster. Visitors will be particularly impressed by the "Dixi toilets", which must serve as makeshift toilets. In addition, the beer is too expensive. After all, there seems to be an improvement in sight, as the club and the city have announced plans to modernize the stadium.
Testberichte.de is the largest independent consumer portal of Germany for informed purchasing decisions. The offer makes it possible to compare products with each other by preparing the test results of more than 750 German language magazines, buyers opinions and relevant technical data, and making them available in a form easy to understand (rankings, rankings, average scores). Testberichte.de was founded in 2000 and has been operated by Producto AG since 2003. The Berlin company employs around 70 people.