UEFA Europa League Travel
The 2010 UEFA Europa League final will take place at the Nordbank Arena in Hamburg, with the Aviva Stadium in Dublin scheduled to host one of Europe’s most important football matches in 2011. Below we have outlined essential travel information for those who are lucky enough to watch the UEFA Europa League football live.
Nordbank Arena Travel
Travel by air:
Football fans travelling to Hamburg from abroad will often make use of Hamburg’s Fuhlsbüttel airport. As Germany’s 5th largest airport, the Fuhlsbüttel offers access to international, domestic and low-cost airlines. The city center can be accessed via the S-Bahn S1 train line which leads directly to the city’s main station. Travellers heading directly for the Europa League final can hop on a train to the Stellingen Station at the central station, which offers a shuttle to the Nordbank Arena.
Travel by bus:
The Nordbank Arena can be easily accessed via the Stellingen Station in Hamburg. On match days the stadium operates a dedicated shuttle service from the Stellingen Station to the Nordbank Arena. Europa League travellers renting a car can drive directly to the stadium, as extensive parking facilities are available on match days.