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Dortmund vs PSV ticket information 13th March 2024

Dortmund and PSV will clash in the second leg of the UEFA Champions League round 16. The first leg ended in a 1-1 stalemate, a game in which PSV failed to take advantage of the massive home support.

The Dutch side must do their best to progress to the quarter-finals when they make this trip to Signal Iduna Park in Dortmund, Germany.

Dortmund vs PSV tickets are up for grabs and as always, the early bird will get the best offers on ticketing platforms. There are high expectations from both sides ahead of this game, so we expect tickets for the Champions League fixture to be sold out in the next few days.

In this Dortmund vs PSV ticket information, we provide you with the important details you need to book your Dortmund vs PSV match tickets as well as hospitality services.

Is Dortmund vs PSV sold out?

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Dortmund fans waving club flags in a past game. Credit: Icon Sport

This match is almost sold out with more than half of the 53,028 seats booked. So you either opt for the terraces that can accommodate 28,337 standing fans or scramble for the remaining limited spaces.

Seats behind the goals have been fully booked, so that means you have limited options now ahead of the Dortmund vs PSV clash scheduled for 13th March 2024.

This UCL is quite expensive compared to others as the average ticket price is £341.

Where can I get Dortmund vs PSV tickets?

Tickets for Dortmund vs PSV are available online for a price that is based on the seating location. For Dortmund fans, you can book the UCL tickets on the official club website, so start by checking the available stands at our Signal Iduna Park stadium guide.

Reservations for this UCL clash with PSV on the BVB website are under the VIP tickets section. However, pre-match sales for home fans are only available to registered club members and season ticket holders.

Still, you should check second-hand ticket reseller platforms such as SeatPick for some great offers. SeatPick is a popular ticketing platform where you can purchase almost any ticket for European matches. Alternatively, livefootballtickets and Stubhub are other noteworthy ticketing platforms.

You will often note some variations on the mentioned ticket reseller platforms because each platform looks to make some profit off the sales, so you do not want to hang around to get the VIP package or the regular ticket on these sites.

Dortmund vs PSV tickets on SeatPick start from  £117 but that may depend on the availability at the time of booking while a platform like livefootballtickets sells seats from  £219.82 with just under 200 offers remaining.

When did the Dortmund vs PSV tickets first go on sale?

Advanced Dortmund vs PSV ticketing started on Monday, 5th February and only fans with club membership were allowed to reserve at most two seats at the Dortmund ticket office. Dortmund sent out a statement that there would be no open ticket sales to away fans and reiterated that any PSV fan holding tickets for the home section would be turned away.

How to get hospitality tickets

Hospitality tickets are known for their high prices, and the most expensive seats come with interesting VIP packages such as accommodation.

The VIP Dortmund vs PSV ticket package starts from  £990 on livefootballtickets for two or up to £3117 on Seatpick where you book up to 4 tickets on the Westtribune section at the Signal Iduna Park. The VIP package includes beer, unlimited hot food, soft drinks and wine as well as 2 hours of access to the VIP lounger before and after the match.

Buying away end tickets

Away fans have no other way of getting tickets for this game except to visit the ticket reseller websites and use the seat picker to select their preferred seating or standing locations. You will pay more or less depending on whether you want VIP treatment on matchday or you just want to be a regular fan cheering your favourite team from the stands when Dortmund host PSV on 13th March 2024.


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