Innsbruck Stadion or Tivoli Stadion Tirol as it is currently as known for sponsorship reasons is a 17,400 capacity football ground which first opened in 2000. The stadium was expanded to 30,000 to host matches of Euro 2008.
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Below is a seating plan of FC Wacker Innsbruck's Tivoli Stadion Tirol:
The Matchday Experience
Away fans are housed within one half of the south stand as per the above seating plan. The entrance to the Gastekassen is located in the south-east corner of the ground close to the bus stop along Wiesengasse and tickets cost €16.00 for adults.
Although we couldn’t find opening times for a club shop we’re led to believe that the office at the stadium can sell merchandise to you during the week.
Office Open Hours
- Monday to Friday: 8.00 am – 12.00 pm and 1.00 pm – 5.00 pm
- Friday: 8.00 am – 1.00 pm
- Weekends: Closed
FC Wacker Innsbruck’s fan shop is of course open on matchdays for at least a few hours before kick-off.
Neither FC Wacker Innsbruck or the local council currently offer tours of Tivoli Stadion.
Tickets to see FC Wacker Innsbruck can be purchased online from the official website (print at home is available), and in person from the ticket office at the stadium on matchdays.
First League Prices
- Tiroler Wasserkraft Tribüne (Ost): €16.00
- Haupttribüne (West): €18.00
- Stehplatz (Nord): €12.00
- Tribune (Süd): €16.00
Tivoli-Neu Stadium is located approximately 2.0 km south of Innsbruck City Centre and is sandwiched between the A12 motorway and the 174 main road.
The stadium’s address for satnav is as follows:
- Innsbruck Stadion, Stadionstrasse 1, Innsbruck 6020, Austria
There are 550 parking spaces available within the parking garage at the stadium in addition to enough room for 500 bicycles in the Wiesengasse area.
Innsbruck Hauptbahnhof is only 1.9 km north of Tivoli Stadion and is one of the busiest railway stations in Austria.
Airports and Flying
Innsbruck Kranebitten Airport is located 5.00 km west and is connected to the city centre via the overground train service.
The city centre has plenty of accommodation options including the familiar and moderately priced names of Hotel Ramada, Hilton Innsbruck and Hotel Ibis amongst others.