Travelling to the stadium on a matchday:

There are various ways to get to the stadium on matchdays:

  • Via the A2 autobahn towards Hanover or Potsdam
    • Take exit 58 (Kreuz Wolfsburg/Königslutter) onto the A39 autobahn towards Wolfsburg/Flechtorf
    • Take exit 3 (Wolfsburg West) towards Wolfsburg (L321/Heinrich-Nordhoff-Str.)
    • Take the access road onto the Berliner Brücke/L322
  • Via the A7 towards Kassel
    • Take exit 64 (Dreieck Salzgitter) and merge onto the A39 autobahn towards Berlin/Braunschweig/Salzgitter
    • Take exit 3 (Wolfsburg-West) towards Wolfsburg (L321/Heinrich-Nordhoff-Str.)
    • Take the access road onto the Berliner Brücke/L322
  • Parking / Park & Ride

    Park & Ride

    Free Volkswagen Arena shuttle buses depart at regular intervals from the Kästorf Park & Ride car park (3,200 parking spaces). Alternatively, the arena is just a 15-minute walk away. On matchdays, between four and six shuttle buses are in operation from two and a quarter hours before kick-off. Buses leave every ten minutes. Journey time is approximately five minutes.

    After the match, the Park & Ride buses leave from the Berliner Brücke bus stop, departing as soon as they are full. The last bus leaves approximately 45 minutes after the final whistle.

    If you are travelling by car, please enter the following address in your navigation system:
    38440 Wolfsburg


    • TG and P1 parking permit holders
      • From Berliner Brücke/L322 take the first exit on the right
      • Take the second exit on the roundabout (into In den Allerwiesen)
      • The car park is located on the left
    • P2 parking permit holders
      • From Berliner Brücke/L322 take the second exit on the right
      • Follow the signs
    • Public parking spaces (P3-P6)
      • At the end of the Berliner Brücke/L322, turn right onto the B188 (Oebisfelder Straße)
      • Take the first exit and follow the signs to the car park
      • Follow the footpath signs to the Volkswagen Arena
  • Travelling by bus or train

    Due to its central location, the Volkswagen Arena is just a short walk from Wolfsburger Hauptbahnhof train station and the city’s central bus station. We highly recommend using public transport to get to the stadium, particularly on matchdays.

    Combined ticket

    • On home matchdays, you can use your VfL Wolfsburg season ticket to travel on VRB (Verbundtarif Region Braunschweig) buses and trains from four hours before kick-off until close of business.
    • If you have purchased a single match ticket, you can travel free of charge on WVG (Wolfsburger Verkehrsgesellschaft) buses from three hours before kick-off until three hours after full-time.

    More information on the VRB network area can be found here.

    Special buses after full-time

    In addition to its regular bus service, the WVG also offers the following special services after home matches. Buses leave approximately ten minutes after full-time from the bus stop at the Allerpark car park.

    >> Overview of the special bus lines and their current timetables

    Special buses for supporters from the Brome und Gifhorn regions

    For fans travelling from Brome or Gifhorn, the VLG (Verkehrsgesellschaft Landkreis Gifhorn) offers additional services along the Brome-Wolfsburg (Route 160), Gifhorn-Wolfsburg (Route 170) and Triangel-Brome (Route 164) routes.

    >> Overview of departure times

  • Travelling by bike

    For fans travelling to the ground by bike, there are a number of bicycle stands located near the Volkswagen Arena at Trainingsgelände West and the Fanhaus.