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Scotland fans in Stuttgart: Full matchday guide to Stuttgart Arena

On June 23, Scotland fans in Stuttgart will be hoping to watch their side beat Hungary at the Stuttgart Arena in the group stages of Euro 2024.

It is a truly massive occasion for every supporter lucky enough to have a ticket, and nerves are understandable. This article will serve as your full matchday guide to ensure you enjoy the best experience possible.

Stuttgart Arena full matchday guide

Scotland fans in Stuutgart: A guide to Stuttgart Arena
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How many Scotland fans will be going to Stuttgart?

Usually, UEFA issues ticket allocations as a percentage of the overall capacity of the host stadium for events such as Euro 2024. However, this year, they are doing things a little bit differently.

The governing body have introduced one quota for tickets, standardised across all matches, meaning Scotland will have 10,000 standard tickets available to them for their game against Hungary. Although, with that being said, there will likely be far more Scotland fans in Stuttgart than that figure on matchday.

In addition to the 10,000 standard tickets, Scotland will also be granted a minimum of 20 easy-access seats as well as a minimum of 20 wheelchair bays too.

Where will Scotland fans sit in Stuttgart Arena?

Ticket categories at Stuttgart Arena for Scotland fans in Stuttgart
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Due to there being no real ‘away section' in the traditional sense, with both sides having equal allocations, seating will work a little differently to at club level.

Instead, where you will be sat will depend on which category of ticket you purchase, although rival supporters will of course still be separated.

The four categories of tickets and their respective prices are as follows:

  • Fans first (behind the goals) – €30
  • Category 3 – (Located in the corners and behind the goals) – €60
  • Category 2 – (Located in the corners, behind the goals, and in the main stands) – €150
  • Category 1 (Located in the main stands or the lower blocks of the corners) – €200

Full matchday guide for Scotland vs Hungary

For any Scotland supporters travelling to Stuttgart for the game, here is everything you need to know in terms of food, drink and ticket collection.

A guide for Scotland fans in Stuttgart
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Where to eat and drink for Scotland fans in Stuttgart

If you are heading to Stuttgart for a few days and want to make the most of your trip, then there is is plenty for you to get busy with during your stay. There are plenty of parks and rich green areas for you to explore, and if cars are your thing, then the Mercedes-Benz and Porsche Museums are both located in the city.

However, on matchday, only two things matter – food and drinks. Some establishments that are certainly worth checking out are:

  • Lions – Feuerbacher Heide 19, 70192 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Pils-Pub Alt Stuttgart Sky Sportsbar – Sophienstraße 33, 70178 Stuttgart, Germany
  • Alte Schule – Gablenberger Hauptstraße 128, 70186 Stuttgart, Germany

Ticket collection information for Scotland fans in Stuttgart

Given the importance UEFA has placed on sustainability at Euro 2024, it shouldn't be surprising to learn that all matchday tickets at the tournament be in mobile format.

As per the official Scottish FA website, “Mobile tickets will only be accessible via the UEFA Tickets App. Each ticket purchaser will be notified via email to download the UEFA Tickets App & accept UEFA Ticketing T&C’s before accessing their ticket(s).”

Each mobile ticket will be made available five days prior to the game, while the QR code needed for entry will be made available three hours before kick-off. Screenshots of said QR code will not be accepted and you will be denied entry into the ground.

How to get to Stuttgart Arena: A guide for Scotland fans in Stuttgart

Public transport will be your best friend on matchday, with all matchday ticket holders granted a 36-hour travel pass, valid from 6am on the day of the match until 6pm the following evening.

Stuttgart is well connected to various other major cities in the country, including Dortmund, Munich and Berlin as well as many more.

When travelling by public transport, you will want to head towards Stuttgart Central Station. From here, you can get to the stadium within 20 minutes in the vast majority of cases.

To all Scotland fans in Stuttgart come matchday, we hope you have a wonderful time.


Harry Dowsett

Freelance football writer with experience writing for multiple digital platforms, such as GIVEMESPORT. Recently graduated from Portsmouth University with a media studies degree - completing a dissertation on the evolution of sports journalism in the process. He has a love for Arsenal Football Club and a passion for football as a whole.

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