Key facts

Club: 1. FC Magdeburg | Opening: 2006 | Capacity: 25,500 (3,600 standing)

History and description

The MDCC-Arena, previously called Stadion Magdeburg, was built to provide Magdeburg with a modern home. It replaced the old Ernst-Grube Stadion, which had stood at the same site.

Construction of the new stadium started in 2005, and the new Stadion Magdeburg officially opened on 10 December 2006. The first match was played 9 days later when Magdeburg hosted Eintracht Braunschweig in a friendly (0-0).

In 2009, Stadion Magdeburg changed name to MDCC-Arena following a naming rights sponsorship deal with local telecommunications firm MDCC.

How to get to the MDCC-Arena

The MDCC-Arena is located in the east of Magdeburg on the east bank of the river Elbe at roughly 2.5 kilometres from the city centre and 3 kilometres from the main railway station.

It is an approximate half an hour walk from the city centre. It takes 10 minutes longer to walk from the railway station.

Alternatively, the stadium can be reached with tram line 6. Take the tram from the main railway station or city centre in the direction of Herrenkrug. Get off at stop Berliner Chaussee / Arenen. It’s a short journey of less than 10 minutes.

Address: Heinz-Krügel-Platz 1, 39114 Magdeburg

FC Magdeburg Tickets

Tickets for Magdeburg games can be bought online, by phone +49 (0) 391 5999 700, or at any of the authorised sales outlets, which include the Volksstimme Service-Center at the Goldschmiedebrücke 15-17 in Magdeburg’s city centre.

Tickets can also be bought on the day at the ticket windows of the stadium. Magdeburg’s attendances are amongst the highest of Liga 3, but tickets will be available for most matches.

Ticket prices range from €14.50 from a seat behind the goal to €32.00 for a central seat at the long side. Standing costs €13.50.

Photos of the MDCC-Arena

MDCC-Arena on Instagram

Relevant Internet links – Official website of 1. FC Magdeburg. – Magdeburg tourism information.
– Magdeburg public transport information.