Club: SV Wehen Wiesbaden | Opening: 2007 | Capacity: 12,556 seats
History and description
The BRITA-Arena got built in 2007 following the promotion of Wiesbaden to the 2. Bundesliga. The club had previously played at the out of town Stadion am Halberg in Taunusstein.
The stadium was erected in a relatively short period over the summer and officially opened on 11 October 2007 with a match between Wiesbaden and Borussia Dortmund. It came at a cost of €16 mln and received a sponsor name from water filter company Brita.
In 2019, the west stand of the stadium closed down to be replaced with an entirely new stand.
How to get to the BRITA-Arena
The BRITA-Arena is located in the south-east of the city of Wiesbaden at about 1.5 kilometres from Wiesbaden’s city centre. The walk from the city centre to the stadium takes about 20 minutes. or catch bus N2, 5/15, or 48 from the Friedrichstraße.
Wiesbaden’s main railway station lies in the southern part of the city just west of the stadium. It is a 10-minute walk from the station to the stadium. Frequent S-Bahn trains connect Wiesbaden with Frankfurt. Catch the S1, S8, or S9 from Frankfurt’s main railway station. The S1 is quickest with a journey time of just over 40 minutes.
Address: Berliner Straße 9, 65189 Wiesbaden
Wehen Wiesbaden Tickets
Tickets for Wehen Wiesbaden games can be bought online.
Tickets range in price from €12.00 for a seat behind the goal to between €23.00 and €35.00 for a seat at the main stand.
Photos of the BRITA-Arena
Useful Internet links
Svww.de – Official website of SV Wehen Wiesbaden.
Brita-arena.de – Official website of the BRITA-Arena.
Wiesbaden.de – Wiesbaden tourist information.
Eswe-verkehr.de – Wiesbaden public transport information.