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Here in Stuttgart we're looking forward to an unbeatable soccer festival: From June 13, the city will be transformed into a huge stadium of fun, joy and community – an ethos that extends far beyond the pitch. We have compiled all the important information you need to help you enjoy Stuttgart to the full, whether it's how to get here, Swabian specialties or the program in our Fan Zones. Read on for the most important tips and information about our Host City.

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General information about Stuttgart during the UEFA EURO 2024

The in.Stuttgart Veranstaltungsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, Mercedesstraße 50, 70372 Stuttgart, will use cameras to control the flow of visitors in the Fan Zone in Stuttgart city center during UEFA EURO 2024. These cameras will be indicated by separate notices below the respective cameras. Monitoring will only be carried out in real time with a non-personal resolution. No recordings will be made by in.Stuttgart. The monitoring serves the sole purpose of visitor flow control in order to recognize overcrowding scenarios promptly and to be able to avert them in a coordinated manner. It is not possible to draw any conclusions about you personally. Before the beginning of the areas to be monitored by in.Stuttgart, the fact of live monitoring will be pointed out again by signs. If you have any questions, please contact datenschutz@in.stuttgart.de.

  • You can find the lost and found office at Hauptstätter Straße 66,  70178 Stuttgart. It can be reached by telephone at +49 711 216-89494 and by email at fundsachenstelle@stuttgart.de.
  • You can hand in items to the security staff. They will collect items found in the area and deposit them the next morning at the municipal lost and found office at Hauptstätter Straße 66, 70178 Stuttgart, phone: +49 711 216-89494, e-mail fundsachenstelle@stuttgart.de.
    • You can access free public Wi-Fi in the city center at the Tourist Information i-Punkt (Königsstraße 1A), on Marktplatz, Schlossplatz, Schillerplatz and Sporerplatz.
  • The statutory opening hours will also apply during UEFA EURO 2024.
  • However, there will be an open Sunday on June 16 from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sports bars and restaurants will certainly also be showing the UEFA EURO 2024 matches. However, we have no information as to what these will be.
  • The Welcome-Ticket StuttCard grants users various benefits with more than 50 partners for 24, 48 or 72 hours.
  • UEFA EURO 2024 will open already on June 13, 2024, when we will be kicking off the European Football Championship in Stuttgart with a spectacular opening concert just one day before the official start. A total of four Fan Zones – on Schlossplatz, Schillerplatz, Marktplatz and Karlsplatz – invite you to become part of our soccer festival from June 14 to July 14, 2024 with various offers and activities. The entire program of the EURO 2024 FESTIAVLS in Stuttgart can be found here.
  • The main attraction is the Fan Zone on Schlossplatz with our public viewing. You can watch all games live here in a unique setting (with the exception of parallel games). We have decided on the following matches for the three group games taking place at the same time:
  • June 23, 2024, 9 p.m.: Switzerland - Germany
  • June 24, 2024, 9 p.m.: Croatia - Italy
  • June 25, 2024, 6 p.m.: Netherlands - Austria
  • June 25, 2024, 9 p.m.: Denmark - Serbia
  • June 26, 2024, 6 p.m.: Ukraine - Belgium
  • June 26, 2024, 9 p.m.: Czech Republic - Turkey
  • The Fan Zone Marktplatz offers space for activities & family. A soccer court invites you to play football as well as other sporting activities. Our outdoor activity area offers a varied programme such as goal wall shooting, obstacle courses and more. Our indoor activity area features a Creator Studio, games consoles for e-sports, table football, a football box and a mini museum.
  • For all those who want to put football in the background for a few moments, we offer a space for culture & music in our Fan Zone Karlsplatz. Various programmes from the fields of music, dance and cabaret are performed on our cultural stage. A chill-out area with cosy seating invites you to linger. And if you feel like playing football again, you can compete with others on our beach soccer field.
  • The Fan Zone Schillerplatz with its regional food & drinks, the Fan Zone Marktplatz with activities & families and the Fan Zone Karlsplatz with culture & music also offer great supporting programs – such as concerts, dance performances, talks and more.
  • There will also be hands-on activities on the streets of Host City Stuttgart, a free soccer exhibition in the Stadtpalais, spectaculars such as a giant illuminated soccer player, a Giant Trophy, a social wall, fan face painting and much more. The whole of Stuttgart will create a unique soccer atmosphere.
  • All important information about UEFA EURO 2024 can be found here. We will also keep you informed on our Facebook and Instagram channels (@uefaeuro2024.stuttgart) and X (@2024stuttgart).
  • Further tourist information and information for our guests can be found here.
  • You can find our event calendar with all information about the stage program at the respective fan zones here. You can also follow our social media channels on Facebook and Instagram (@stuttgart.uefaeuro2024) and X (@2024stuttgart). There we will keep you up to date on a daily basis.
  • There are more than 250 drinking fountains in Stuttgart, from which fresh tap water can be drawn free of charge at any time. You can see where they are here.
  • You will also find drinking water fountains in all four Fan Zones. You can see where these are located on the maps on site.
  • You will also find a drinking fountain in Stuttgart City Hall (opening hours: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.).. Important to know: The water is strictly controlled by the health authorities and is very good quality.
  • Some cafés and stores are also taking part in the "Refill" initiative. There you can have a bottle you have brought with you filled up with tap water free of charge. You can find more information here.
  • Please note that for safety reasons, no PET bottles may be taken to the public viewing in the Schlossplatz Fan Zone. This of course also applies to glass bottles, glasses, cups (with the exception of the Host City Stuttgart cup), jugs, cans or other containers made of a fragile or splintering material.
  • We take discrimination of any kind very seriously.
  • In severe situations or if you feel uncomfortable due to discrimination, you can make use of the Safer Space on Karlsplatz in the Fan Zone. It is marked by a yellow crescent moon and a yellow buoy. There you will find contact people, professional support and information on counseling centers if needed.
  • You are also welcome to contact Safer Space by telephone. You can reach them under +49 173 7826 778.
    • Do you feel uncomfortable in the Fan Zone? Have you been discriminated against, the victim of verbal or physical abuse or are you in another critical situation? Then go to the Safer Space on Karlsplatz in the Fan Zone, recognizable by the yellow crescent and the yellow buoy. There, qualified staff will help you according to your personal needs.
    • You are also welcome to contact Safer Space by telephone. You can reach them under +49 173 7826 778.
    • This is what the experts at Safer Space do: Specialist staff will give you professional advice on any form of discrimination, refer you to counseling services if necessary, support you on your way home, call trusted people for you and offer you a safe place to breathe. Of course, you can also contact the security service, the police or the German Red Cross (DRK) at any time.
    • If you feel uncomfortable on your way home, look out for clubs and bars trained in "nachtsam" or one of the many "Nachtbojen" (kiosks, hotel lobbies etc.) in the city center and ask the staff there. They are trained and ready to help.
    • If you would like to turn to someone afterwards, don't hesitate to contact a counseling center near you, which you can find here. In Stuttgart, you can also contact the women's counseling and therapy center FETZ e.V. You can get first aid for sexual or domestic violence at the violence outpatient clinic at the Klinikum Stuttgart (Kriegsbergstraße 60, 70174 Stuttgart; Tel: +49152 56783333).
  • We take discrimination of any kind very seriously. In acute situations or if you feel unwell due to discrimination, you can go to the Safer Space on Karlsplatz in the Fan Zone. It is marked by a yellow crescent and a yellow buoy. There, qualified staff will help you according to your personal needs.
  • You are also welcome to contact Safer Space by telephone. You can reach them
    under +49 173 7826 778.
  • If you have any complaints about UEFA EURO 2024, please contact our EURO-ServiceLine +49711 216 98000. To report discrimination of any kind, you can contact our Safer Space on Karlsplatz or call them on +49 173 7826 778.
  • UEFA EURO 2024 has set up a reporting office for human rights violations. The online presence of the reporting office will be accessible via the UEFA EURO 2024 website and app. The link will follow shortly.

Mobility

  • Stuttgart Central Station is part of the ICE, EC and IC network in the heart of the city and is connected to a large number of international connections.
  • Bad Cannstatt station is an important transportation hub, especially on match days, and is only about 2.5 km away from the Stuttgart Arena.
  • The S-Bahn station Stadtmitte is only a few minutes away from the Fan Zones.
  • The streetcar stops Schlossplatz, Charlottenplatz and Rathaus are in the immediate vicinity of the Fan Zones.
  • Stuttgart International Airport (STR) is located about 10 km southwest of the city center. It is about 30 minutes by S-Bahn from the main station (it departs directly from the terminal).
  • It takes about 30 minutes to get to the city center by subway (U6), which starts 5 minutes' walk from the terminal.
  • Alternative airports are: Frankfurt (FRA) – approx. 2 hours to Stuttgart city center; Munich (MUC) – approx. 3 hours to Stuttgart host city center; Zurich (ZRH) – approx. 4 hours to Stuttgart city center.
  • With the subway line U6: The journey time here is around 30 minutes and the train runs every ten minutes.
  • S-Bahn: The S-Bahn lines S2 and S3 also take around 30 minutes. The S-Bahn runs every 15 minutes.
  • Taxi: A taxi ride from the airport to the city center will cost you around 50 euros and should take about 30 minutes.
  • Detailed information on arrival and departure from the airport can also be found here.
  • Host City Stuttgart offers you one of the densest local transport networks in Germany. The Stuttgart transport network consists of subway (U), S-Bahn lines and buses.
  • This allows guests and locals to get anywhere in the city. It is not only the cheapest, but usually also the fastest way to get from A to B. The travel costs depend on the number of zones you cross. Tickets can be purchased via the VVS app, its website, at ticket machines at stations or – in larger stations – at staffed ticket counters. Please note that most tickets must be stamped before the journey. During the UEFA EURO 2024, the streetcars will run until 1.30 a.m.
  • The streetcars run every 10 minutes during the day and will be extended into the night during the UEFA EURO 2024. Operation begins at around 4.30 a.m. and ends at around 1.30 a.m.
  • The U1, U2 and U11 lines play an important role for ticket holders. They connect the city center (e.g. Arnulf-Klett-Platz or Charlottenplatz main station stop) with the Bad Cannstatt district. Ticket holders can take the S-Bahn and regional trains to Bad Cannstatt and then walk the rest of the way. By the way, the VVS ticket is included in your admission ticket.
  • The S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 with a stop at Bad Cannstatt station run every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday until around 8.30 p.m. After 8.30 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays, the lines run every 30 minutes.
  • The S-Bahn line S3 serves the stops from Backnang to Stuttgart-Vaihingen during rush hour. Outside of these periods, the route will be extended to the Airport / Messe stop.
  • In conjunction with the S-Bahn line S2, this will enable a 10-20 minute interval between the main station and the airport / trade fair center, even at off-peak times. During off-peak times, the S1, S2 and S3 will be supported by special trains for arrivals and departures on match days. The timetable will be extended according to the kick-off time for spectator transportation.
  • SSB night buses run on Monday to Friday nights: hourly from 1 a.m. to 3 a.m., on Saturday nights, Sundays and public holidays: approx. every 30 minutes.
  • During the UEFA EURO 2024, the streetcars will run every 10 minutes from 4.30 in the morning until 1.30 at night.
  • The S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 with a stop at Bad Cannstatt station run every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday until around 8.30 p.m. After 8.30 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays, the lines run every 30 minutes.
  • On match days, the lines are supplemented by special trains.
  • SSB night buses run every hour from 1.00 a.m. to 3.00 a.m. on Monday to Friday nights.
  • The subway (U) runs until 01:30.
  • The S-Bahn trains run all night on match days. This ensures that fans don't have to worry about not being able to get away from the stadium, for example.
  • The Stuttgart Airport Bus Terminal SAB is the general main station in Stuttgart for all long-distance bus routes. It is located directly between Flughafenstraße and Terminal 4 at Stuttgart Airport. It is located at ground level under the newly built P14 parking garage. There are 18 bus platforms in three lanes, with platforms 1 to 3 serving local and regional services, while platforms 4 to 18 are used for national and international long-distance bus services and occasional services.
  • We generally recommend traveling by public transport.
  • If you still have to travel by car, we recommend using one of the 115 park-and-ride lots in the Stuttgart region.
  • In addition to the highways, the federal highways in particular serve as major feeder roads. The A 8 and A 81 highways are the feeder roads for spectators coming from Karlsruhe, Heilbronn, Ulm and Munich and are particularly relevant for spectators from all over Germany and other parts of Europe.
  • The A 8 forms the east-west link and the A 81 the north-south link. Both highways run parallel from the Leonberg interchange to the Stuttgart junction.
  • Travelers coming from Heilbronn should take the B 10 / B 27 from Zuffenhausen. People coming from Böblingen and Tübingen take the A 81 or B 27 in the south of Stuttgart and then continue on the B 27 or B 14 towards Stuttgart city center. The three federal highways meet in the city area, the B 10 and B 14 continue in the direction of NeckarPark. To the east, the B 10 from Esslingen connects to the A 8 from Ulm and Munich. The B 14 from Waiblingen connects the north-eastern regions of Stuttgart.
  • Most of the existing parking garages will only be accessible to a limited extent in some cases due to large-scale closure measures within the city center. Parking fees in the parking garages range from €2.80 per hour to €3.80 per hour and €9-20 per day.
  • You should follow the dynamic traffic guidance system and drive to the park-and-ride facilities around the city. There you can change to public transport and quickly reach the Fan Zones or the stadium.
  • The Stuttgart Region offers 115 park-and-ride spaces. You can find an overview here.
  • All park-and-ride facilities have excellent public transport connections.
  • You can find an overview of park-and-ride lots here.
  • Stuttgart is very easy to explore by bike.
  • RegioRad Stuttgart is the public bicycle and e-bike rental system of the state capital Stuttgart. In Host City Stuttgart, the bikes can be found at more than 115 stations throughout the city – including on the slopes.
  • There are around 700 official taxis on the road in Host City Stuttgart.
  • Information on the tariffs can be found here.
  • There are sufficient and central areas for alternative forms of mobility such as bicycle parking facilities and bicycle rental systems. In addition to the existing facilities at Stuttgart Central Station, Schlossgarten and Paulinenbrücke (city center), four additional large, attractively designed and secure bicycle parking facilities will be set up around the Fan Zone on Schlossplatz and equipped with all the important service facilities.
  • All current bicycle types are taken into account, such as e-bikes/pedelecs or cargo bikes.
  • Together with the e-scooter rental providers and the bike sharing providers, a joint, coordinated and attractive usage concept is offered.


  • During the UEFA EURO 2024, the streetcars will run every 10 minutes from 4.30 in the morning until 1.30 at night.
  • The S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 with a stop at Bad Cannstatt station run every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday until around 8.30 p.m. After 8.30 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays, the lines run every 30 minutes.
  • On match days, the lines are supplemented by special trains.
  • SSB night buses run every hour from 1.00 a.m. to 3.00 a.m. on Monday to Friday nights.
  • The subway (U) runs until 01:30.
  • The S-Bahn trains run all night on match days. This ensures that fans don't have to worry about not being able to get away from the stadium, for example.
  • Yes, there are a total of five sharing providers for e-scooters in Stuttgart. Further information can be found here.
  • From the station, you can take the U1 and U2 subway lines to the Bad Cannstatt district. The S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 also run from the city center to Bad Cannstatt. The rest of the journey can be made on foot. The journey takes about 20 minutes.
  • The S-Bahn S2 and then S1 runs directly from the airport to the NeckarPark S-Bahn stop in approx. 45 minutes.
  • If you want to get from the Fan Zone to the stadium, you should allow around 10-15 minutes by public transport.

Stuttgart as a guest


  • From June 14 to July 14, 2024, we will be welcoming Europe and the world to Stuttgart for UEFA EURO 2024. A total of five matches – four group matches and one quarter-final – will be played in Stuttgart. In the heart of Stuttgart, we will celebrate a soccer festival of joy and enthusiasm. Whether at the public viewing on Schlossplatz, with sports and children's activities on Marktplatz, cultural events on Karlsplatz or the presentation of the Cannstatter Wasen and Spring Festival on Schillerplatz – we're turning the whole city into a stadium. We give the European Football Championship the home it deserves: diverse, cosmopolitan, sustainable, innovative and full of enthusiasm.
  • In addition to the fan-specific info point "Fans Welcome & Info" on Karlsplatz, there will also be permanently installed tourist info points at the following locations in the Host City: Airport, city center/Fan Zone (i-Punkt Königstraße, Schlossplatz, Marktplatz). There will also be one mobile information stand in the Fan Zone Schlossplatz.
  • Yes, baby carriages can be borrowed from Stuttgart City Hall – information at: +49 711 216-0.
  • The FanCard StuttgartSpecial is available for the UEFA EURO 2024. Here you get free admission to selected leisure facilities in Stuttgart
  • All important information about UEFA EURO 2024 can be found here. We will also keep you informed on our Facebook and Instagram channels (@uefaeuro2024.stuttgart) and X (@2024stuttgart).
  • Further tourist information and information for our guests can be found here.
  • You should definitely visit the area around the Schlossplatz with the New Palace, the Königsbau and the Old Palace, the car museums, the Stuttgart Television Tower, the Stuttgart State Gallery, the Wilhelma Zoological and Botanical Gardens, the Killesberg High Park and the burial chapel on Württemberg Hill.
  • Museums worth seeing in Stuttgart include the car museums, the State Gallery, the Art Museum, the Württemberg State Museum, The Stuttgart Museum of Viniculture and the Linden Museum. By the way: Stuttgart is also home to the largest pig museum in the world.
  • The center of Stuttgart is easy to explore on foot – also with professional city tours.
  • There are numerous possibilities for day trips around Stuttgart. We also have great tours to Ludwigsburg, the Black Forest and Lake Constance for UEFA EURO 2024. You can find them here.
  • If you are near the main train station or the arena, you can take part in the City Tour to see the most important sights in Stuttgart.
  • Sights such as the information tower for the Stuttgart 21 project, the palace gardens with the state theater and state parliament as well as the art museum are located in the immediate vicinity of the main train station.
  • Near the Stuttgart Arena are a car museum, the pig museum, the grave chapel, the wine museum and the Wilhelma.
  • You can find an overview of public toilets in Stuttgart here.
  • Here you will find a program that is specially tailored to a day in Stuttgart. Our City Tour is also perfect for exploring Stuttgart in one day.
  • There are various accommodation options in Stuttgart and the region. You can book these here, via the hotel websites or via various third-party providers.
  • Please note that during special events the demand for accommodation is significantly higher than usual. Hotel prices are likely to be adjusted accordingly, meaning that hotel prices will probably be more expensive than usual.
  • Overnight stays can also be booked at short notice. Important to know: Increased demand is expected. It is therefore advisable to book earlier than usual
  • In our i-Punkt (Königstraße 1A) you will find various types of souvenirs.
  • Bosnia-Herzegovina, Consulate General (Olgastr. 97B, 70190 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 25383923, open: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.)
  • France, Consulate General (Schlossstr. 51, 70174 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 2392550, open: Wed. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. - 6 p.m., Thurs. 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.)
  • Greece, Consulate General (Hauptstätter Straße 54, 70178 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 2229870, open: Mon., Wed., Thu., Fri. 8.30 a.m. - 3.30 p.m., Tue. 8.30 a.m. - 13.30 p.m. and 3.00 p.m. - 6.30 p.m.)
  • Italy, Consulate General (Lenzhalde 46, 70192 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 25630, open: Mon.-Fri. 9-12 a.m., Tue. and Thu. 2.30-5.30 p.m.)
  • Republic of Serbia, Consulate General (Tauberstr. 4, 70199 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 6017060, open: Mon. - Fri. 8.30 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
  • Republic of Kosovo, Consulate (Johannesstr. 47b, 70176 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 6276770, open: Mon.-Thurs. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Fr. by appointment)
  • Croatia, Consulate General (Liebenzeller Str. 5, 70372 Stuttgart-Bad Cannstatt, Tel: 0711 / 955710; Open: Mon.-Fri. 8.30 a.m. - 12.30 p.m. and Thurs. 2.30 p.m. - 5.30 p.m)
  • Austria, Honorary Consulate General (Stuaffenbergerstr. 81, 70184 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 626260, open: Mon.-Fri. 10-12 a.m.)
  • Portugal, Consulate General (Königstr. 20 I, 70173 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 227396, open: Mon.-Fri. 8 a.m. - 1.30 p.m. and Wed. 8 a.m. - 3.30 p.m.)
  • Switzerland, Consulate General (Königstr. 84, 70173 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 2229430, open: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. or by telephone appointment)
  • Slovenia, for the period from June 15 to June 17, temporary office (Motel One Stuttgart-Hauptbahnhof, Kriegsbergstr. 31, 70174 Stuttgart), contact details for Slovenian citizens ( Tel: +386 1 478 23 66, e-mail: euro24.mzez@gov.si)
  • Spain, Consulate General (Lenzhalde 61, 70192 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 9979800, open: Mon. - Fri. 8.30 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.)
  • Turkey, Consulate General (Kerner Platz 7, 70182 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 166670, open: Mon.-Fri. 8.30- 12.30 a.m.)
  • Hungary, Consulate General (Christopherstr. 7, 70178 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 55326921, open: Tues., Thurs., Fri. 9-12 a.m. and Wed. 2-4 p.m.)
  • Belize, Honorary Consulate General (Falkerstr. 10, 70176 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 90710920)
  • Georgia, Consulate General (Chemnitzer Str. 21, 70597 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 1202100, open: Mon.-Fri. 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.)
  • Indonesia, Honorary Consulate General (Airport Stuttgart, Service Building E5, Room 5.045, 70629 Stuttgart, Tel: 0711 / 7970788, open: Mon.-Fri. 10-12 a.m. and 2-6 p.m.)
  • Malaysia, Honorary Consulate General (Wolf-Hirt-Str. 37, 71034 Böblingen, Tel: 07031 / 620722, open: Mon. and Wed. 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.)
  • There is accommodation for many different target groups in Stuttgart and the region. You can either contact hotels@stuttgart-tourist.de with your requirements or ask the hotels directly.
  • There are several places to stay overnight at campsites in and around Stuttgart. You can find a selection here.
  • You can find motorhome pitches here. For UEFA EURO 2024, the pitch capacities of the Stuttgart campsite on the Wasen will be specially expanded.

Enjoy Stuttgart

  • Stuttgart has a huge LGBTQI+ history - from a homosexual king in the 19th century to the Kings Club in the city center. With one of the largest Pride parades in Germany, Stuttgart's society shows how open and diverse it is and what an important part of it the LGBTQI+ community is. During UEFA EURO 2024, visitors can find several LGBTQI+-friendly clubs, bars and events in the city center. Among others, the following clubs in Stuttgart welcome people from the LGBTQI+ community: Sunny High, Climax, das Lehmann, Fridas Pier.
  • Typical Swabian specialties include Maultaschen (meat filled dumplings), Käsespätzle (cheese noodles) Zwiebelrostbraten (roast beef and roasted onions), Gaisburger Marsch (beef stew), a pretzel or the sweet pastry "Wibele".
  • There are numerous restaurants in Stuttgart that offer Swabian specialties. You can find a selection here.
  • To get a seat in the restaurant of your choice, we recommend that you make a reservation in advance.
  • There are numerous vegetarian and vegan restaurants in Stuttgart. You can find a selection here.
  • The districts of Bad Cannstatt and Untertürkheim are close to the Stuttgart Arena. Both offer a wide range of different restaurants. Here you will find a selection.
  • Restaurants are responsible for their own pricing. Unfortunately, we cannot say whether and to what extent they are adapting these to the increased demand.
  • The Stuttgart region is particularly known for wines such as Trollinger, Lemberger, Muskat-Trollinger, Spätburgunder, Riesling and Kerner. You can find out more about Stuttgart's wines here. There are also various wine tours in Stuttgart on foot and by Segway. You can find them here.
  • Yes, you can join our wine tour in a small open-top electric bus through the vineyards. The tour is offered from April to October. Here you can find out lots of exciting insider tips about Stuttgart winegrowing and its history.
  • There are many local and international restaurants in all price ranges, which we can recommend to you . There is something for every taste.
  • If you want to have a nightcap after dinner or the tournament, be sure to visit one of the many bars in the host city.
  • Stuttgart is famous for its beer gardens. Here you can enjoy the beautiful weather, a freshly tapped beer and delicious specialties.
  • If you are interested in regional specialties, book one of the culinary tours in the city.
  • And fans of fast food will also get their money's worth in our host city – how about fast food de luxe?
  • For night owls, we recommend the area around Theodor-Heuss-Strasse, Tübinger Straße, the Hans-im-Glück-Brunnen and the Leonardsviertel.
  • Here you will find all information about the individual Fan Zones and their offers.
  • The fan zone Schlossplatz opens on mondays until fridays at 04:00 pm, at weekends and at July 5 from 12:00 pm noon. On matchdays, the fan zone Schlossplatz closes at 12:00 pm midnight, on non-matchdays at 11:00 pm. 
  • All matches will be shown at the public viewing. We have decided on the following matches for the third group games taking place at the same time:

June 23, 2024, 9 p.m.: Switzerland - Germany

June 24, 2024, 9 p.m.: Croatia - Italy

June 25, 2024, 6 p.m.: Netherlands - Austria

June 25, 2024, 9 p.m. Denmark - Serbia

June 26, 2024, 6 p.m.: Ukraine - Belgium

June 26, 2024, 9 p.m.: Czech Republic - Turkey

  • Admission is free in all Fan Zones.
  • Fan Zone Schlossplatz with the public viewing area is designed for around 30,000 people.
  • Fan Zone Schillerplatz has a capacity of approx. 2,000 people.
  • Around 2,500 people can fit in Fan Zone Marktplatz.
  • Fan Zone Karlsplatz has space for around 1,500 people.
  • Admission is free in all Fan Zones.
    • The EURO 2024 Festival Stuttgart presents public viewing in front of a unique backdrop, a varied stage program, hands-on activities and activation tools for everyone, a wide range of catering options and the opening concert on 13 June 2024 with Robin Schulz, Leony, Le Shuuk and Topic at the Fan Zone Schlossplatz.
    • You can find the stage program on the individual days in our calendar of events.
    • What kind of stage program is there at the Fan Zone Schlossplatz? You will find all information about the stage program here on our website from mid-May.
  • You will find all information about the stage program here on our website from mid-May.
  • The EURO 2024 Festival Stuttgart presents a large selection of regional food and drinks, a cozy atmosphere to exchange ideas and linger with a lot of flair and festival character at the Fan Zone Schillerplatz.
  • The EURO 2024 Festival Stuttgart presents sports and exercise offers – of course also with soccer offers, hands-on activities and activation tools – indoor and outdoor, exciting input on the city at the Infopoint and in the Mini Museum, a diverse range of gastronomy, spectaculars such as Social Wall and giant illuminated soccer player for unforgettable photo moments. Various tournament formats and a youth day will be held on Marktplatz. There are also events such as fan matches and an e-sports tournament.
  • All information about the program at the Fan Zone Marktplatz can be found here on our website.
  • The EURO 2024 Festival Stuttgart presents culture on the cultural stage on Karlsplatz, fun with beach soccer, comfortable seating in the Chill Out Area, exclusively vegetarian and vegan dishes from food trucks, fan-specific information at the Fans Welcome and a stand on sustainable topics in sport. On Karlsplatz, there are also various sports activities to take part in, concerts, cabaret and exciting lectures on topics such as nutrition.
  • All information about the program at the Fan Zone Karlsplatz can be found here on our website.
  • We offer a selection of vegetarian and vegan food in all Fan Zones. On the Fan Zone Karlsplatz you will find an exclusively vegetarian and vegan catering offer.
  • We are installing 900 bicycle parking facilities for UEFA EURO 2024. You are welcome to come by bike and park it on site.
  • If you don't have your own bike on site and would like to hire one, you can do so from RegioRad Stuttgart, the state capital's public bike and pedelec hire system. In Stuttgart, the bikes can be found at more than 115 stations throughout the city – including on the slopes.
  • Thanks to the reusable cups used, this is possible in all Fan Zones.
  • There will be no activities for people without a ticket at the stadium.
  • As a rule, you can pay digitally everywhere in the Fan Zones.
  • Cash and card payments are generally accepted at all food and beverage stands in all Fan Zones.
  • Yes, cash payment is possible in the Fan Zones.
  • Cash and EC cards are generally accepted at the food and drink stands in all Fan Zones.
  • It is possible to bring food and drinks into the non-fenced Fan Zones on Marktplatz, Karlsplatz and Schillerplatz.
  • This is only possible to a limited extent in the public viewing area on Schlossplatz. Drinks up to a size of 0.5 l can be brought along if they are Tetra packs. PET bottles may not be brought onto the premises. All regulations can be found in the site rules.
  • Dogs are allowed in the unfenced Fan Zones on Marktplatz, Karlsplatz and Schillerplatz, but not in the public viewing area. Assistance dogs are excluded from this.
  • Due to the expected large crowds, we strongly recommend traveling by public transport, bicycle or on foot.
  • The journey takes about 10 to 15 minutes.
  • There will be admission controls at the Schlossplatz Fan Zone. These are carried out before entering the fenced-off area of the Fan Zone. There is also a maximum number of people permitted in this Fan Zone. Once this has been reached, no more people will be admitted to the premises and there is no right to re-admission. The Fan Zone is subject to site rules that serve the safety of all participants.
  • Fan Zones Marktplatz, Karlsplatz and Schillerplatz: There are no admission and access controls here.
  • Yes, there will be a luggage storage point at the Kronprinzplatz. It is open from 11 a.m. to midnight and until 1 a.m. on match days. Luggage storage costs 5 euros.
  • Changing Places Toilets are available in the fan zones based on the recommendation of the Kompetenzgruppe Fankulturen & Sport bezogene Soziale Arbeit (Fan Cultures & Sports-Related Social Work competence group).
  • There will be toilets for people with disabilities in every fan zone in the Host City Stuttgart. There will also be a “Changing Places Toilet” on Schlossplatz, on the side of the Old Castle. This is a toilet with a care couch for adults, a passenger lift, a disabled toilet and plenty of space to move around. The “Changing Places Toilet” is equipped with a lock for the Euro key for disabled toilets. The key is available next door at the Service Point for people with disabilities. There is also a “Changing Places Toilet” in the town hall garage with access via the Marktplatz fan zone.
  • If you have a complaint about the UEFA EURO 2024, please contact our EURO-ServiceLine on +49711 216 98000. To report discrimination of any kind, you can contact our Safer Space on +49 173 7826 778,
  • If you feel physically unwell, please contact one of the medical services.
  • If you feel uncomfortable due to unpleasant, stressful experiences on site, you can contact the Safer Space on Karlsplatz. You can recognize it by the yellow crescent moon and the yellow buoy. You can also contact them by telephone on 49 173 7826 778. Services of the Safer Space: Specialist staff provide professional advice on any form of discrimination, refer you to counseling services if necessary, support you on your way home, call trusted people, offer you a place to breathe where you can feel safe. Of course, you can also contact the security service, the police or the German Red Cross (DRK) at any time.
  • For the Schlossplatz Fan Zone, there is a maximum number of 30,000 people permitted in the restricted area. If this upper limit is reached, no more people are allowed into the area. There is no right to re-entry after leaving the site. There is also a ban on weapons of any kind, spray cans, bulky objects, picnic blankets, pyrotechnics, bags larger than Din A4, glass, bicycles and skateboards as well as e-scooters and Segways. The exact implementation of the defined rules can be found in the site rules.
  • These rules only apply to Schlossplatz– at Marktplatz, Karlsplatz and Schillerplatz, for example, drinks, picnic blankets and the like can be brought along.
  • At the Service Point at the Old Palace in the immediate vicinity of the Schlossplatz Fan Zone. Volunteers are also on-hand here to provide support for people with disabilities. There is information about the audio commentary service, and receivers for the inductive hearing system can be borrowed.
  • In the Safer Space at the Karlsplatz Fan Zone. Specialist staff provide support in cases of discrimination/harassment with personal contact and telephone numbers.
  • We have set up a charging station for you in the Fan Zone Schlossplatz (next to the Fan Embassy). You can charge your mobile phone there.

 EURO 2024 Festival: Public viewing / Fan Zone Schlossplatz in particular

  • The public viewing will take place in the Schlossplatz fan zone.
  • Public viewing in the Schlossplatz Fan Zone from June 14 to July 14 is free of charge. Admission is only charged for the opening concert on June 13, 2024. You can buy tickets here. There is no admission charge on the other days.
  • Public viewing in the Schlossplatz Fan Zone from June 14 to July 14 is free of charge. You don't have to buy a ticket. Just drop by.
  • Capacity at the public viewing is limited by the rules of the site rules. Once the maximum number of participants (30,000) has been reached, no more people will be admitted to the grounds and there will be no right of re-entry.
  • Yes, but the last group matches will be played in parallel.
  • We have decided on the following matches for the third group games taking place at the same time:

June 23, 2024, 9 p.m.: Switzerland - Germany

June 24, 2024, 9 p.m.: Croatia - Italy

June 25, 2024, 6 p.m.: Netherlands - Austria

June 25, 2024, 9 p.m.: Denmark - Serbia

June 26, 2024, 6 p.m.: Ukraine – Belgium

June 26, 2024, 9 p.m.: Czech Republic - Turke

  • We have decided on the following matches for the third group games taking place at the same time:

June 23, 2024, 9 p.m.: Switzerland - Germany

June 24, 2024, 9 p.m.: Croatia - Italy

June 25, 2024, 6 p.m.: Netherlands - Austria

June 25, 2024, 9 p.m.: Denmark - Serbia

June 26, 2024, 6 p.m.: Ukraine – Belgium

June 26, 2024, 9 p.m.: Czech Republic – Turke

  • You can find the information either here on our website or on our social media channels (Facebook and Instagram: @stuttgart.uefaeuro2024 and X: @2024stuttgart).
  • We cannot give a general answer to this question. It depends on the fixture and spectator interest . The following applies to all games: "first come - first serve".
  • Non-alcoholic and alcoholic drinks (such as beer and wine spritzers) are offered. There is also a varied menu with vegetarian and vegan options and food from different cultures.
  • There will be no seating. For safety reasons, it is also not permitted to bring your own seating such as folding chairs, cube seats etc. to the event area.
  • It is not permitted to bring in food. Drinks may be carried in Tetra packs up to a size of 0.5 liters. PET bottles are not permitted. A detailed explanation of the rules can be found in the site rules.
  • Yes, there will be a luggage storage point on the Kronprinzplatz. It is open from 11 a.m. to midnight and until 1 a.m. on game nights.
  • Yes, the public viewing at the Fan Zone Schlossplatz will also take place in bad weather.
  • Yes, there is free Wi-Fi at the public viewing in the Schlossplatz fan zone.
  • As a stroller is a bulky item, it is not permitted to take it with you. We ask for your understanding.
  • Backpacks and bags up to a size of Din A4 (21 × 29.7 centimeters) are permitted.
  • It is permitted to leave the premises in between. However, there is no entitlement to re-admission. If the upper limit of people is reached again during the absence, re-admission is not possible. Not as long as the upper limit of people has been reached.
  • The statutory regulations apply.
  • The general rules of the Youth Protection Act apply.
  • The general rules of the Youth Protection Act apply.
  • Dogs are not permitted on the public viewing site. This does not apply to assistance dogs (such as guide dogs).
  • Yes, it is possible to purchase merchandise items on site.
  • Most of the existing parking garages will only be accessible to a limited extent. We strongly recommend traveling by public transport, bicycle or on foot.
  • Non-alcoholic drinks and alcoholic beverages such as beer and wine spritzers are on offer. There is also a varied menu with vegetarian and vegan alternatives and food from different cultures.
  • Taxis will not be able to stand directly on Schlossplatz, as the event area is completely traffic-calmed. However, replacement parking spaces for taxis will be created in the immediate vicinity of the event area.

Sustainability

  • Many people are working hard to implement the ESG strategy (Environment, Social, Governance) for UEFA EURO 2024 with concrete measures. At an international event such as UEFA EURO 2024, the emissions caused by fans' travel behavior play a significant role in the carbon footprint. This was also shown ex-ante climate assessment at the event held by the Institute of Applied Ecology. Thanks to the partnership with DB, attractive rail tickets can be offered to stadium ticket holders. Nevertheless, some fans are travelling by plane or car. UEFA assumes responsibility for these and other unavoidable CO2 emissions. For every unavoidable ton of CO2 emissions, 25 euros are paid into a climate fund. Based on the calculations of the ex-ante carbon footprint, around seven million euros will be made available for climate protection projects. German amateur clubs can submit applications for their climate protection projects in the areas of energy, water, waste management and mobility. And thus receive a grant of up to €250,000. You can find more detailed information on the application website.
  • Host City Stuttgart is aware of its responsibility to society and the environment. This awareness flows into the planning and implementation of events surrounding UEFA EURO 2024. With all its sustainability efforts, the European Football Championship can be a building block in making Stuttgart climate-neutral by 2035.
  • The tournament will be a multicultural event where everyone is welcome and should feel welcome. Regardless of their origin, age, religion or sexual orientation. With or without a disability. Discrimination of any kind should be counteracted. This includes, for example, making the infrastructure accessible.
  • In order to reduce our negative impact on the environment, we optimize the areas of mobility, infrastructure, energy, catering and recycling management when organizing events. It is clear that our efforts to protect the environment are a team effort. That's why we also want to sensitize our visitors to sustainable issues in the spirit of sustainable development. Information on the concrete implementation of sustainability measures in Stuttgart can be found here.
  • You can see the sustainability measures of EURO 2024 GmbH, which particularly concern the stadiums, here.
  • Rental bikes from RegioRAD Stuttgart are no more expensive than outside the UEFA EURO 2024 period. Information and prices of the rental bikes can be found here.
  • As a stadium ticket holder, you are entitled to use the 36-hour ticket, available in the Fan Pass in the EURO app.
  • Are you traveling without a ticket for a game or outside the 36 hours? Then you can find the current ticket prices in Host City Stuttgart here.
  • All local public transport providers in and around Stuttgart will significantly expand their services throughout the event period. This is due to the expected increase in demand. For example, SSB's operating times will be extended and the frequency increased. This means that employees will definitely be working extra shifts.
  • For clean Fan Zones, please dispose of your garbage in the numerous garbage cans provided. You can dispose of glass bottles separately at the entrance to the public viewing area. By doing so, you can play your part in ensuring that your waste can be optimally recycled and returned to the resource cycle. Please dispose of your cigarettes in the ashtrays provided and do not throw them carelessly on the ground. You can find more information here.
  • There are more than 250 drinking fountains in Stuttgart where fresh tap water can be taken free of charge at any time. You can see where they are here.
  • You will also find drinking water fountains in all four Fan Zones. You can see where these are located on the maps on site.
  • Important to know: The water is strictly controlled by the health authorities and is very good quality.
  • Some cafés and stores are also taking part in the "Refill" initiative. There you can have a bottle you have brought with you filled up with tap water free of charge. You can find more information here.
  • Please note that for safety reasons, no PET bottles larger than 0.5 liters may be taken to the public viewing in the Fan Zone Schlossplatz. This of course also applies to glass bottles, glasses, cups (with the exception of the Host City Stuttgart cup), jugs, cans or other containers made of a fragile or splintering material.

Accessibility

  • It is possible for disabled individuals to travel in Stuttgart using public transportation. The best place to look is here. There you will find information on which stops have the right facilities.
  • A free shuttle service runs daily from 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. between the station forecourt at the main station and platform 16. This shuttle makes it easier for travelers who need assistance to cross the footbridge. There is a stop with a bench both on the forecourt and on the platform. The service can be used spontaneously, but can also be booked via the Mobility Service Center (MSZ).
  • Email address for queries: msz@deutschebahn.com, by telephone: Tel: + 4930 65212888.
  • If you need assistance, please contact your airline in advance. Ideally, you should do this at least 48 hours before your departure so that you have enough time to make the necessary arrangements. For more information, please also visit the page for accessible travelling at Stuttgart Airport.
  • By the way: Both the S-Bahn station and the streetcar stop at the airport are accessible, making it easy to travel on to the city center. Alternatively, there is the wheelchair taxi.
  • Further information about the accessible airport can be found here.
  • The Fan Zones will be accessible to all fans without restrictions for the disabled. Volunteers and SSB staff will be deployed at the stops around the fan zones to provide assistance if required.
  • Access to the Schlossplatz Fan Zone, where the public viewing will take place, will be possible for people with disabilities at all entrances. There will be three platforms for people with limited mobility and their companions at the public viewing. They provide a good view of the LED wall. As with the rest of the public viewing area, it is not possible to reserve a seat in advance. We therefore recommend arriving in good time. Each person with a mobility impairment can bring one accompanying person.
  • The remaining fan zones are freely accessible at ground level. The surface of the Fan Zones is wheelchair-accessible and the road crossings are lowered. It should be noted that low cobblestones have been laid in some areas. Barrier-free cable bridges are used. The existing guidance system for the blind on the city side will not be built over.
  • Elevated areas, such as the Fan Arena on the market square, are equipped with ramps where possible. Selected areas (e.g. terrace, grandstand) are unfortunately not and offer alternatives where possible (e.g. wheelchair spaces next to the grandstand). 
  • All entrances to the public viewing are accesible thanks to wide entrance gates. However, we recommend that people with limited mobility use the entrance at the New Palace on the Richard-von-Weizsäcker-Planie side, as this is the shortest route to the platform for people with limited mobility.
  • We recommend that people who wish to use the inductive hearing system use the front two entrances at the New Palace, as the reception of the inductive hearing system is best in the front area. In order to be able to use the inductive hearing system, pocket receivers are issued at the Service Point for people with disabilities. The service point is located on Schlossplatz on the wall of the Old Palace.
  • From the start of the tournament, an audio-descriptive report will be available for people with visual impairments or blindness via the official EURO app. The report will be available in different languages for all games.
  • Schlossplatz: The lawns on the Schlossplatz are covered with paving slabs. The surface of the paths between the lawns consists of fine gravel). Ramps are installed in some places, enabling wheeled access from the gravel areas onto the covered lawns. The path from the entrance to the public viewing area at the Richard-von-Weizsäcker-Planie to the raised platform for people with disabilities leads partly over flat cobblestones. In Königstraße, the surface consists of stone slabs. A tactile guidance system for the blind is also implemented there. The surface on the Richard-von-Weizsäcker-Planie on the Schlossplatz side consists of flat cobblestones. The surface on the Richard-von-Weizsäcker-Planie on the side of the Old Palace consists of flat cobblestones and embedded stone slabs.
  • Karlsplatz: The surface on Karlsplatz consists of flat cobblestones and embedded stone slabs. The surface in Münzstraße consists of stone slabs. To provide guidance in the more open areas, there is a orientation system for blind people in two places.
  • Marktplatz: The surface on Marktplatz consists of stone slabs. There is also a tactile guidance system for the blind around the square.
  • Connection between Marktplatz – Schillerplatz: Kirchstraße: The surface in Kirchstraße consists of flat cobblestones on the one hand and stone slabs on the other.
  • Schillerplatz: The surface on Schillerplatz consists of cobblestones.
  • Connection between Schillerplatz – Karlsplatz: Dorotheenstraße: In Dorotheenstraße, the surface consists of asphalt on one side and cobblestones on the other.
  • There will be disabled parking spaces around the event area. The exact location of these will be communicated here shortly.
  • An overview of disabled parking spaces in the city of Stuttgart can be found here, further information from Stuttgart Inclusion.

The designated disabled parking spaces meet the relevant standards. They therefore offer sufficient space for people with disabilities to get in and out of their vehicles.

  • The disabled parking spaces listed here are also suitable and intended for wheelchair users.
  • There is an inductive hearing system for people with hearing impairments. The corresponding bag receivers can be borrowed from the Service Point for people with disabilities on the wall of the Old Palace in the direction of Schlossplatz. This allows you to receive both the program on stage and the TV sound. It should be noted that the quality of reception is best in the front half of the Schlossplatz.
  • The Fan Zones will be accessible to all fans without restrictions for the disabled. Access to the Schlossplatz Fan Zone, where the public viewing will take place, will be possible for people with disabilities at all entrances. At the public viewing, there will be platforms for people with limited mobility and their companions, allowing a good view of the LED screen. It is not possible to reserve a seat.
  • The Fan Arena on Marktplatz is accessible via ramps.
  • Host City Stuttgart offers a service point for people with disabilities – on Schlossplatz, on the side of the Old Palace. The service point is made visible to people with visual impairments or blindness by means of a LOC.id locator.
  • Here, people with disabilities receive support from volunteers, information about the audio commentary service and can borrow receivers for the inductive hearing system.
  • There will be two designated drop-off/on zones for people with disabilities. The exact location of these will be communicated shortly.
  • There will be toilets for people with disabilities on every pitch in the Fan Zones of Host City Stuttgart. There will also be an “All Gender Toilet" " on Schlossplatz, on the side of the Old Palace. This is a toilet with a nursing bench for adults, a passenger lift, a disabled toilet and plenty of space to move around. The “All Gender Toilet" is fitted with a lock for the Euro key for disabled toilets. The key is available next door in the service point for people with disabilities.
  • There is also an "All Gender Toilet" in the city hall garage with access via Marktplatz Fan Zone.
  • Ticket holders are entitled to park in the designated parking spaces for people with disabilities. In addition, there is a map of Stuttgart's disabled car parks, which you can use to park your car and find here.
  • The Wheelmap is a map of wheelchair-accessible places. Here you can find out which places are particularly suitable.
  • On Stuttgart Inklusiv you will find all information about restrictions in Stuttgart's facilities and buildings.
  • An audio-descriptive report on all matches will be available via the official EURO app from the tournament onwards. Please download the app (available from the end of May 2024).
  • Assistance dogs are allowed in the Fan Zones.
  • The Fan Zones will be accessible to all fans without restrictions for the disabled. Access to the Schlossplatz Fan Zone, where the public viewing will take place, will be possible for people with disabilities at all entrances. In the Fan Zone Schlossplatz, there will be platforms for people with limited mobility and their companions, allowing a good view of the LED screen. It is not possible to reserve a seat.
  • The Fan Arena on Marktplatz is accessible via ramps.
  • You can download an overview of existing disabled toilets here. There will also be additional wheelchair-accessible disabled toilets in the fan zones. There will also be a toilet for everyone in the Schlossplatz fan zone on the side of the Old Palace. This will be equipped with a passenger lift, an adult stretcher, a disabled toilet and a diaper pail. This makes it possible for people with severe or multiple disabilities who are unable to use a conventional disabled toilet to attend the Fan Festival. The toilet also makes it easier for families with small children to use the sanitary facilities.
  • Who can I contact if I have a question about accessibility on site, need support or have a suggestion for improving accessibility?
  • Please contact the service point for people with disabilities at Schlossplatz on the wall of the Old Palace. Here you can get all the information and support you need.
  • Please contact the service point for people with disabilities at Schlossplatz on the wall of the Old Palace. Here you can get all the information and support you need.
  • Shuttles will be provided from Bad Cannstatt station to the Arena Stuttgart on match days
  • There is a wheelchair taxi in Stuttgart.
  • The disabled parking spaces listed are also suitable and provided for wheelchair users. You can find a map with the parking lots here

Health / emergency

  • 112
  • 112 – Fire and rescue services
  • 110 – Police
  • 116117 – Medical on-call service
  • Contact the paramedics in your area / stadium / Fan Zone.
  • For life-threatening illnesses dial 112, for less urgent health problems dial 116 117.
  • For life-threatening emergencies in the vicinity of the Stuttgart Arena, the nearest emergency room is Klinikum Stuttgart - Krankenhaus Bad Cannstatt, Prießnitzweg 24, 70374 Stuttgart.
  • Other emergency rooms in Stuttgart are as follows:

Klinikum Stuttgart - Katharinenhospital (Kriegsbergstraße 60, 70174 Stuttgart)

Robert Bosch Hospital (Auerbachstraße 110, 70376 Stuttgart)

Karl-Olga-Krankenhaus (Hackstraße 61, 70190 Stuttgart)

Diakonie-Klinikum Stuttgart (Rosenbergstraße 38, 70176 Stuttgart)

Marienhospital Stuttgart (Böheimstraße 37, 70199 Stuttgart)

  • Please note that treatment in the emergency rooms is based on urgency. There may be longer waiting times.
  • Make sure you drink enough (non-alcoholic) fluids, especially on hot days.
  • Wear head protection on sunny days or spend a lot of time in the shade.
  • Use enough sun cream to protect your skin.
  • Many emergencies are caused by excessive alcohol or drug consumption. Please act responsibly
  • There are several pharmacies near Bad Cannstatt station, which can be reached from the arena in 20 minutes on foot or by S-Bahn.
  • Yes, the Internationale Apotheke Stuttgart is located at Königstraße 70, 70173 Stuttgart (Tel: +49 711 / 25359790). Opening hours are Mon. - Sat. 8.30 a.m. - 7.00 p.m
  • Robert-Bosch-Hospital (Auerbachstr. 110, 70376, Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 81010)
  • Robert-Bosch-Krankenhaus City (Hohenheimerstr. 21, 70184 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 21560)
  • Katharinenhospital (Kriegsbergstr. 60, 70174 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 9910)
  • Diakonie-Klinikum Stuttgart (Rosenbegrstr. 38, 70176 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 9910)
  • Marienhospital (Böheimstr. 37, 70199 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 64890)
  • Karl-Olga-Hospital (Hackstr. 61, 70190 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 26390)
  • Bad Cannstatt Hospital (Prießnitzweg 24, 70374 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 27802)
  • Red Cross Hospital Bad Cannstatt (Badstr. 35-37, 70372 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 55330)
  • Klinikum Stuttgart (Türlenstr. 22, 70191 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 / 27822493)
  • The Stuttgart Dental Emergency Service is located in Schloßstr. 74, 70176 Stuttgart (Tel: +49 711 / 22058225). The opening hours are: 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Alldent Stuttgart is located at Heilbronner Str. 72, 70191 Stuttgart (Tel: +49 711 / 2524610). The emergency service is open around the clock.
  • In such cases, you should contact the medical emergency service on 116 117 or the State Chamber of Pharmacists on 0800 0022833.
  • There is also an international pharmacy in Stuttgart: International Pharmacy Stuttgart, Königstr. 70, 70173 Stuttgart, Tel: +49 711 253 597 90
  • The inner-city churches around the Fan Zones are open to all people and religions as a place to rest and cool off.
  • Stiftskirche, Stiftstr.12:
    Sun-Thu 10am-8pm
    Fri 10 am - 4 pm
    Sat 10-21 h (with the exception of church services and concerts)
  • Domkirche, St Eberhard, Königsstr.7A:
    Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 8am-7pm
    Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday 8am-6pm (with the exception of church services)
  • Room of Silence in the House of the Catholic Church, Königsstr.7:
    Monday - Friday 10am-6pm


Stuttgart Arena

  • Please have a look at the website of the Stuttgart Arena to get a detailed overview.
  • You can find the complete stadium regulations here.
  • Yes, a valid identity document is required. This can be your identity card or passport.
  • Yes, I can pass on tickets – for example via the official UEFA ticket portal orthe official UEFA EURO 2024 app.
  • Tickets can be passed on digitally via the website . As a ticket buyer, you don't have to go to the stadium yourself.
  • In the app, tickets can be forwarded to friends or relatives using the "Send" function. The ticket is then deleted from the recipient's cell phone (after being sent and accepted) and is available to the recipient. You can find more information here.
  • In general, all seats in the stadium are covered. However, depending on the wind direction, some seats near the pitch may not be spared from getting wet in the event of rain.
  • The Stuttgart Arena is open three hours before the start of the match.
  • The best way to get there is by public transport. Its capacities and timings are coordinated with the match day. This is the quickest way for fans to get to and from the stadium and, thanks to the combi-ticket, at no extra cost.
  • The journey from the main station to the Arena takes around 20 minutes by public transport.
  • The journey from the airport to the Arena takes around 45 minutes.
  • Subway trains run every ten minutes during the day. During UEFA EURO 2024, the offer will be extended into the night. This means: Operation begins at around 4.30 a.m. and ends at around 1.30 a.m. The U1, U2 and U11 lines are particularly important for spectators. They connect the city center (e.g. Arnulf-Klett-Platz or Charlottenplatz main station stop) with the Bad Cannstatt district. Spectators can also take the S-Bahn and regional trains to Bad Cannstatt and then walk the rest of the way.
  • The S-Bahn lines S1, S2 and S3 with a stop at Bad Cannstatt station run every 15 minutes from Monday to Saturday until around 8.30 p.m. After 8.30 p.m. and on Sundays and public holidays, the lines run every 30 minutes.
  • You can find an overview plan for arrival and departure here.
  • Ticket holders with entrances A and B should take the U11 light rail line to the NeckarPark terminus (journey time approx. 20 minutes).
  • Or take the subway lines U1, U2, U13, U16, U19 to the Wilhelmsplatz stop (travel time about 20 minutes) and walk from there about 20 minutes to the entrances.
  • Or you can take the S-Bahn S1, S2, S3 to Bad Cannstatt station (journey time approx. 5 minutes).
  • Or you can take the regional trains MEX 16, 12, 18, 13, 19 and 90 as well as IRE1 and IRE 6 to Bad Cannstatt station (journey time approx. 5 minutes).
  • You can find an overview plan for arrival and departure here.
  • Ticket holders with entrances A and B take the U11 light rail line to the NeckarPark terminus (journey time approx. 15 minutes)
  • or take the tram lines U1, U2, U13, U16, U19 to the Wilhelmsplatz stop (journey time approx. 10 minutes) and walk from there approx. 20 minutes to the entrances.
  • Or you can take the S-Bahn S1, S2, S3 from the Fan Zone to Bad Cannstatt station (journey time approx. 7 minutes).
  • You can find an overview plan for arrival and departure here.

  • From the main station, fans with tickets for entrances C and D take the S-Bahn S1 to the Stuttgart Neckarpark stop (journey time approx. 7 minutes).
  • From the Fan Zone, fans with tickets for entrances C and D take the S-Bahn S1 to the Stuttgart Neckarpark stop (approx. 10 minutes).
  • You can find an overview plan for arrival and departure here.

  • With tickets for entrances A and B, fans can take the S-Bahn S1 and S2 to Bad Cannstatt station (journey time approx. 42 minutes) and from there walk to the stadium entrances in approx. 20 minutes.
  • With tickets for entrances C and D, fans can take the S-Bahn S1 to the Stuttgart Neckarpark stop (journey time approx. 45 minutes).
  • You can find an overview plan for arrival and departure here.
  • Fans with disabilities can take the S-Bahn to NeckarPark station and from there it takes about 10 minutes to get to Entrance C.
  • Please note that all cars must have a valid UEFA EURO 2024 parking permit. These have been offered as part of the application process for barrier-free tickets. No parking passes can be purchased on site.
  • The parking spaces are located in the immediate vicinity of the nearest entrances. Please check which entrance your ticket is assigned to before you arrive. These entrances are completely barrier-free.
  • Alternatively, you can leave the S-Bahn at Bad Cannstatt station. Shuttles will be available there to take fans with disabilities directly to the stadium entrance.
  • From the Fan Zone, people with disabilities can get barrier-free access to the stadium either by taking the U11 streetcar to Neckarpark (Entrance B) or the S-Bahn to NeckarPark (Entrance C). Alternatively, they can get off at Bad Cannstatt station and take the shuttle to the stadium from there.
  • Further information on accessibility can be found here.
  • Ticket holders for Stuttgart are entitled to a 36-hour travel pass for the VVS (Verkehrs- und Tarifverbund Stuttgart) at no additional cost. Incidentally, this is the rule in all ten host cities. The tickets are valid from 6.00 a.m. on the day of the match until 6.00 p.m. the following day.
  • Further information on the Fan Pass and the benefits for ticket holders can be found here.
  • Are you traveling without a ticket for a game or outside the 36 hours? Then you can find the current ticket prices in Host City Stuttgart here.
  • The subway (U) runs until 01:30.
  • The S-Bahn trains run all night on match days.
  • Even after extra time and penalty shoot-outs, there is sufficient public transport capacity to quickly transport all fans using public transport back to the city center.
  • No. There are no special shuttles. For fans with disabilities only, there are shuttles from Bad Cannstatt station directly to the stadium.
  • On foot from the Fan Zone: Fans follow the UEFA EURO 2024 footpath signs to the stadium via Schlossgarten - duration: about 60 minutes.
  • By bike from the Fan Zone: Fans follow the UEFA EURO 2024 cycle path signs to the stadium as far as the cycle facility in parking lot P10 – Duration: about 20 minutes. In the bicycle facility in parking lot P 10, bicycles can be parked safely. From there it is only 5 minutes to Entrance A and 10 minutes to Entrance B. There is also a docking station of the largest bike sharing provider in the region, RegioRad Stuttgart.
  • By car (please only with a parking ticket): Fans follow the dynamic signs to parking lot P10.
  • By e-scooter: Fans follow the bike path signs to the stadium and then park the e-scooter next to the bike station in parking lot P 10. E-scooters may only be parked and picked up next to the bicycle facility in parking lot P10. From there it is only 5 minutes to entrance A and 10 minutes to entrance B.
  • Fans should not arrive by car on match day if they do not have a valid parking ticket. Instead, they should use the subway and S-Bahn, as these are faster and closer to the stadium entrances.
  • There will be a limited number of paid public parking spaces at the Stuttgart Arena. They must be reserved in advance. These spaces and public parking facilities will be very limited. We therefore strongly recommend that you use public transport.
  • The cab drop-off/on points are located approx. 10 minutes' walk from the entrances to the stadium.
  • If you have a ticket that leads to entrance A or B, you should ask to be taken to Lenore-Volz-Straße.
  • If entrance C is on the ticket, the taxi will be sent to parking lot P6.
  • Please refrain from ridesharing, as no spaces are provided for this purpose.
  • Spectators coming out of entrances A and B can either walk to the NeckarPark tram stop or continue to the larger Bad Cannstatt station.
  • If you are leaving the stadium from entrances C or D, we recommend taking the shorter route to NeckarPark S-Bahn station.
  • It is advisable to be at the arena when the gates open. This means: Three hours before the start of the game.
  • Ticket holders under the age of 16 may only enter the Stuttgart Arena if accompanied by an adult. The accompanying person must also have a valid ticket.
  • All visitors – regardless of their age – need a valid ticket for the match to gain admission to the stadium.
  • There will be no public Wi-Fi in the arena during UEFA EURO 2024.
  • Recording and saving videos, audio or other data is only permitted for private use. The precise implementation can be found in the stadium regulations (point 7.2).
  • Unfortunately not. Bags larger than A4 size are not permitted in the stadium. They cannot be stored or handed in there either.
  • Yes. Entry to the stadium is only possible with a valid ticket. This also applies to children. Each visitor is allocated a seat. Even if the child can sit on a lap (and does so during the game), they still need a valid ticket.

UEFA EURO 2024

  • June 16, 2024 at 6 p.m.: Slovenia - Denmark
  • June 19, 2024 at 6 p.m.: Germany - Hungary
  • June 21, 2024 at 9 p.m.: Scotland - Hungary
  • June 26, 2024 at 6 p.m.: Ukraine - Belgium
  • July 5, 2024 at 6 p.m.: Quarterfinals

Lokale Förderer

Baden Württemberg The Länd SWR Stadtwerke Stuttgart