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Compose your football trips to Hamburger SV and experience a match in Volksparkstadion

Witness the battle for the Bundesliga with a football trip to watch Hamburger SV play – and share in the pride for a team that’s used to success....

Compose your football trips to Hamburger SV and experience a match in Volksparkstadion

Witness the battle for the Bundesliga with a football trip to watch Hamburger SV play – and share in the pride for a team that’s used to success.

Since the start of the German professional league in 1963, HSV has played in every season which is why it’s known as der Dinosaurier (the Dinosaur). The Red Shorts, as they’re also known, won the Bundesliga title in 1979, 1982 and 1983.

Hamburger SV is also famous for being one of the oldest football clubs in Germany. Its history goes back to 1887 with the founding of SC Germania Hamburg. This was the first of three clubs that merged in 1919 to form HSV as we know it now. For an unforgettable experience, go on a football package to watch Hamburger SV in action!

The city Hamburg

Book a football trip to see Hamburger SV play and you can also experience the bustling metropolis of Hamburg. The city is renowned for its festivals in the Sankt Pauli district where The Beatles once lived: they regularly played at the long-gone Star-Club prior to their breakthrough. The lively HafenCity district is where the hipsters hang, while Ottensen in the borough of Altona brims with nightlife opportunities.
What makes Hamburg such an ideal place for going out is that it has no fixed closing times: most bars and clubs stay open until the early hours of the morning. Perfect if you want to enjoy your football package to Hamburg to the max!...

The city Hamburg

Book a football trip to see Hamburger SV play and you can also experience the bustling metropolis of Hamburg. The city is renowned for its festivals in the Sankt Pauli district where The Beatles once lived: they regularly played at the long-gone Star-Club prior to their breakthrough. The lively HafenCity district is where the hipsters hang, while Ottensen in the borough of Altona brims with nightlife opportunities.
What makes Hamburg such an ideal place for going out is that it has no fixed closing times: most bars and clubs stay open until the early hours of the morning. Perfect if you want to enjoy your football package to Hamburg to the max!

 

The Imtech Arena

Relive the battle for the Bundesliga with a football trip to the modern Imtech Arena in Hamburg. The impressive stadium was built on the site of the famous Volksparkstadion (People’s Park Stadium).
Be aware, however, that the stadium constantly changes its name depending on its sponsors. In 2001, AOL bought the naming rights for €15.3 million and called it AOL Arena. In March 2007, it became known as HSN Nordbank Arena after the German bank forked out €25 million. Since July 2010, however, it’s been known as Imtech Arena after more millions of euros exchanged hands. Due to UEFA regulations on stadium sponsorship, however, its simply referred to as Hamburg Arena when European matches are played here....

The Imtech Arena

Relive the battle for the Bundesliga with a football trip to the modern Imtech Arena in Hamburg. The impressive stadium was built on the site of the famous Volksparkstadion (People’s Park Stadium).
Be aware, however, that the stadium constantly changes its name depending on its sponsors. In 2001, AOL bought the naming rights for €15.3 million and called it AOL Arena. In March 2007, it became known as HSN Nordbank Arena after the German bank forked out €25 million. Since July 2010, however, it’s been known as Imtech Arena after more millions of euros exchanged hands. Due to UEFA regulations on stadium sponsorship, however, its simply referred to as Hamburg Arena when European matches are played here.

For club matches, the stadium can hold 57,000 fans. For international matches, the standing sections are turned into seated areas and the capacity is reduced to 51,000. Watch the fine play of Hamburger SV on a football break to Imtech Arena.

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Harriet Jones
"Questions concerning your ticket, hotel or flight? Our helpdesk is available every day until 4pm"
Harriet Jones