Quality stadium. Just awesome. Go if you get the chance. It’s really easy to get to and you’ll have... read more
Hello Aldhen, We used Viagogo to purchase our Borussia Dortmund tickets as well last May (2017). To the best of my knowledge, the way Viagogo tickets work is this: you purchase a specified number of tickets (4, for... More
Hello Aldhen, We used Viagogo to purchase our Borussia Dortmund tickets as well last May (2017). To the best of my knowledge, the way Viagogo tickets work is this: you purchase a specified number of tickets (4, for example) in a "price range", which can be located in one of several sections or rows or seat numbers. Viagogo then matches your request as purchaser with a seller who has the required seats available, also in that "price range". When we were there in May, we did not know until we received the tickets (the week of the match) the exact location (what section, row and number) of our seats. However, at the time of purchase, we specified that we did not want to sit in the visiting team section, nor did we want to sit in the Yellow Wall section, etc. Viagogo does guarantee their tickets, so do not worry too much about missing the game or having "fake" tickets. There are no bad seats at Signal Iduna, but if you specified a cheaper price range ... bring binoculars. :) As to the date of the game, I cannot answer for 100% certainty ... However it seems logical that the match day would be set for Saturday 13 January, 2018 -- since Saturdays are the designated match days for Bundesliga. The exact start time has probably NOT been set yet, which is common since the match is still a couple of months away. Keep checking the BVB schedule as the start time will be announced in the coming weeks. Dress warmly, relax and enjoy the match!