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England fans in Frankfurt: Full matchday guide to Frankfurt Arena

England will play their second game of Euro 2024 against Denmark in Frankfurt, Germany, on June 20, 2024.

With that, England fans in Frankfurt become our next focus in the UEFA Euro 2024 coverage. Will there be enough supporters in Frankfurt to support the Three Lions, or will that depend on how they perform in the opening clash against Serbia?

We look at England fans in Frankfurt in this post, so dive in to learn more about Germany's next Euro 2024 city for England supporters, what to expect, match ticket information, hotels as well as a comprehensive Frankfurt travel guide.

How many England fans are going to Frankfurt?

England fans in Frankfurt
England fans in a past tournament. Photo by Icon Sport

Frankfurt Arena (Deutsche Bank Park) has a capacity of 58,000, which means apart from the allocated 10,000 seats for each side, thousands more must have booked seats for the Denmark vs England clash in the upcoming Euro 2024.

Most importantly, ticketing for the Euro 2024 group stage matches is now closed, so England fans in Frankfurt should keep checking the booking app for updates, including ticket deliveries from UEFA. Note that tickets for Euro 2024 are mobile, so paper or printed versions will not be accepted.

Where will Team England fans sit/stand at Deutsche Bank Park?

You should know your seating location at the Frankfurt Arena at the time of booking your Denmark vs England fans.

Ticketing information should include the entrance and the exit gate, which should provide the best access to your seat. The seats allocated to England fans by UEFA should be mostly adjacent to each other.

And if you plan to sit together with friends or family, booking several seats in a single order is your best chance at it.

Full fans’ matchday guide for Denmark vs England

Where to eat & drink for England fans in Frankfurt

For England fans in Frankfurt, note that there are many places to dine and wine in Germany's fifth-largest city by size and population. Being such a big city with a comprehensive transport hub, you should find exciting places to stay and also nice hotels within Frankfurt, especially near the stadium.

Rooftop bars are popular sightings in the city centre, especially at sunset. A walk into one of them should come with an exquisite dining experience as you imbibe an expertly brewed German beer. Do not miss a chance to taste Grun SoBe, a popular herb sauce that comprises at least 7 herbs, not to mention the Hankkas mit Musik (raw milk cheese marinated with oil, vinegar and caraway seeds).

And while there are not many restaurants and bars around the stadium, other popular locations to explore for food and drink are Four Corners, Fox and Hound as well as O'Dwyer's Irish Bar. Additional notable hotels and restaurants that England fans in Frankfurt can explore include My Pita, The Lega Bar & Grill, Elia, Adabina and Ristorante Da Luigi. Note that this is not a full list, so Google Maps search should pull up more locations.

Ticket collection info for England fans in Frankfurt

Tickets for UEFA Euro 2024 matches will be distributed via the official booking application. With that, you should have the app installed on your phone to avoid missing the most important EURO 2024 ticket information such as seat allocations and tick deliveries. You can download a PDF copy of your ticket but printing is not allowed. You can also share or distribute the ticket through the app.

How to get to Deutsche Bank Park: Guide for England fans in Frankfurt

England fans in Frankfurt
England Fans by a new mural during the Euro finals in 2020 Photo by Icon Sport

Frankfurt Main Airport is the busiest German international airport by passenger numbers. It means you need to have a comprehensive travel plan, especially if you are going to be among the England fans in Frankfurt. From how to get to the Frankfurt Arena, finding your way to your hotel exploring the city, and having a memorable Euro 2024 experience in the city is subject to knowing your way around.

First, there will be a 36-hour travel pass for public transport, only for match ticket holders in Frankfurt. Thus, England fans who have booked seats for the Denmark vs Three Lions clash will enjoy public transport at discounted rates in Frankfurt. The pass is valid on matchdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. the following day.

And because there are no pedestrian walks around Frankfurt Arena, one way to avoid inconveniences is to pick the right mode of transport, bearing in mind the entrance gate indicated on your match ticket. The same should apply when exiting the stadium at the end of a match.

You may also want to download a digital map of the city or check out our Frankfurt page for more details. Gates will open three hours before the Denmark vs England match kicks off. The tram lines heading to the Frankfurt Arena are 11, 12, and 14, while the U-Bahn train lines are U4 and U5.

Moreover, if you take a bicycle from the city centre to the stadium, you should cover approximately 6km.  England fans in Frankfurt should also note that it takes approximately 5 minutes when using public transport to arrive at the Frankfurt Fan zone from Central Stadion and about 10-15 minutes from Central Station to the Frankfurt Arena.

A trip from the Airport to the stadium takes approximately 10 minutes while moving from the airport to the Central Station could be between 10 and 15 minutes. However, these travel estimated times may change depending on how busy the city will be on matchday.

Most importantly, there will be no parking spaces for private cars at the venue. Only a limited number of minibuses and coaches are allocated parking spaces, which must be booked in advance. With that, public transport in Frankfurt is the best option during the Euro 2024 matches.


Okello Steve

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