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Compose your football trips to VfL Wolfsburg and experience a match in Volkswagen-Arena
See that renowned German reliability for yourself with a football trip to watch VfL Wolfsburg play. The club was originally founded as a multi-sports club for the workers of Volkswagen.
And even today, VfL Wolfsburg is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the automotive mutinational – which is why it’s no surprise its home turf is the Volkswagen Arena! VfL Wolfsburg football club plays in the Bundesliga and took the title in the 2008-2009 season. Book a football package to VfL Wolfsburg for some cracking German football!
The city Wolfsburg
Thanks to its thriving auto industry, Wolfsburg is the richest city in Germany based on GDP per capita. Volkswagen is headquartered here – the largest car plant in the world – so a football trip to Wolfsburg is a must for lovers of the iconic VW Beetle!
Named after the eponymous medieval castle located there which was first mentioned in records in 1302, Wolfsburg was founded as recently as 1938 – and has become a living museum of 20th century urban design.
The city’s development is of course inextricably linked to that of Volkswagen’s factories and car-fans will be in their element here. One of the main attractions is Autostadt (Car City). Not only can you find out about the history of cars and the evolution of roads, but you can even take a Volkswagen Touareg SUV off-road around a purpose-built track. The ultra-modern architecture – and landscape – of the 250,000-square-metre complex however, is reason enough to visit.
The Phaeno is also extraordinary. Resembling an alien spaceship, the interactive science centre was designed by, amongst others, Zaha Hadid. The building is on stilts which is why it’s also referred to as ‘the largest accessible sculpture in Germany’. An absolute must for bargain hunters is Shopping Outlets Wolfsburg in the heart of the city.
The Volkswagen Arena
Experience the Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg with a football trip to Volkswagen Arena.
The stadium was built in 2002 and has a capacity of 30,000, including 8,000 standing-only places. As well as football, the stadium has also hosted concerts of Elton John and Anastacia!