Club: FC Wacker Innsbruck | Opening: 2000 | Capacity: 16,008
History and description
Tivoli Stadion Tirol, initially known as Tivoli Neu, was built in 2000 to replace Innsbruck’s old Tivoli-Stadion. The stadium officially opened on 8 September 2000 with a match between FC Tirol and Rapid Wien (1-0).
In 2002, Tivoli Neu was chosen as one of the playing venues of the Euro 2008 tournament and as a result had to get expanded. A second tier got built on both sides and one of the ends, raising capacity to 30,000 seats.
During Euro 2008, Tivoli Neu hosted three first round group matches.
In 2011, Tivoli Neu got renamed Tivoli Stadion Tirol following a 10-year naming rights deal with the local tourist board.
In 2019, WSG Tirol moved into the stadium following their promotion to the Austrian Bundesliga as their traditional home, Gernot Langes Stadion, did not meet Bundesliga standards.
How to get to Tivoli Stadion Tirol
Tivoli Stadion Tirol is located in the south of Innsbruck, just south-east of Innsbruck’s city centre. It takes about 20 minutes to walk to the stadium from Innsbruck’s main railway station or the adjacent city centre.
Alternatively, the stadium can be reached by bus, including line 4123, 4125, 4134, and 4141. Get off at stop Olympiaworld.
Address: Stadionstraße 1a, 6020 Innsbruck
Wacker Innsbruck Tickets
Tickets for Wacker Innsburck games can be bought online, at the club shop at Tivoli Stadion Tirol, at the Innsbruck tourist office at Burggraben 3 in the city centre, or at any of the Oeticket sales outlets.
Tickets are also available at the stadium on the day of the match. Wacker Innsbruck rarely sell out.
Tickets cost either €18.00 for a seat behind the goal or at the side opposite the main stand, or €20.00 for a seat at the main stand. A ticket for the standing terrace costs €14.00.