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The summer concert season at the RheinEnergieSTADION has been enriched by an international highlight: US star Travis Scott will be a guest on 20 July! The American rapper is coming to Cologne as part of his UTOPIA – Curcus Maximus World Tour. The eponymous album, which was released in 2023, reached number one in the charts in the USA and UK, among others, and has already achieved gold status in the UK.

After Roland Kaiser and Peter Maffay, two top national stars, will be guests immediately after the UEFA EURO 2024 matches, sports venue managing director Lutz Wingerath is now also looking forward to an international figurehead: “Travis Scott is coming to the RheinEnergieSTADION for the first time and I am sure that fans from all over Europe will come to Cologne to experience this exceptional artist live. It is our aim to offer as many different genres as possible in order to enable as many fans as possible to enjoy a live concert. We have certainly achieved this with Travis Scott.”


The local partner presale started on 8 May at 10.00 am, the local ticketmaster presale on 9 May also at 10.00 am and the general presale started on 10 May at 10.00 am. Tickets are available here.

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What? Travis Scott
When? 20.07.2024
Where? RheinEnergieSTADION, Cologne
Local organiser? Dirk Becker Entertainment
Accessibility? More information here.


More information here.

You can already book your parking space online for the concert. P3 on the north side and P7/P8 on the south side of the RheinEnergieSTADION are available for early bookers. The parking tickets are offered at a reduced price of 6.00 euros per car. You can purchase the parking tickets here. Your pre-booked parking ticket will be scanned by staff when you enter the parking lot.

You can purchase your parking ticket on site on the day of the match, subject to availability. You can purchase your parking ticket cashless (card payment)* at the entrance to the parking lots. The parking fee for cars is 7.00 euros and 20.00 euros for buses/camper vans.
Note: It is not possible to stay overnight in the parking lots.

*In individual cases, payment can also be made in cash on site.


The UEFA executive committee has finalised the fixtures list for UEFA EURO 2024 in Germany!

The opening match will be played in Munich and the final in Berlin.
At the stadium in Cologne, a total of five matches will be played – four group games and one
match from the round of sixteen!

The dates are as follows:

Saturday, June 15, preliminary round Group A: A3 Hungary vs. A4 Switzerland

Wednesday, June 19, preliminary round Group A: A2 Scotland vs. A4 Switzerland

Saturday, June 22, preliminary round Group E: E1 Belgium vs. E3 Romania

Tuesday, June 25, preliminary round Group C: C4 England vs. C1 Slovenia

Sunday, June 30, round of 16 1B vs. 3 A/D/E/F

If you have any questions about your tickets, please use the contact form.


Detailed information on how to get to the stadium and parking spaces can be found in the PDF document.

Help make EURO 2024 the cheapest European Championship ever – take the train instead of the plane.

You are entitled to discounted national and international train travel with Deutsche Bahn and Interrail. The offer is limited. Book now so you don’t miss out. You can find more information here.

On match day, public transport is the best way to get from A to B.

You are entitled to a 36-hour ticket at no extra cost! The ticket is only available via the Fan Pass in the EURO 2024 app. You can find more information here.


There are only limited parking facilities at the Cologne stadium. Parking spaces can only be booked in advance. Vehicles without a pre-booked parking ticket will be turned away on match day and will have to turn around. You can find the link to book a parking ticket here.


All tickets for the matches are mobile tickets. They will be sent to you during the tournament.Download the tickets in the UEFA Mobile Ticket App. Forward your tickets to your companions. All fans need a ticket for the match to enter the stadium – including small children and babies.

Get to the stadium early – preferably three hours before kick-off when the gates open.

Bags larger than A4 may not be taken into the stadium.
Check the Event Guide to see what you can and cannot take into the stadium.

Please ensure that you always have a valid original identity card or passport with you.


All information about the UEFA EURO 2024 in Cologne, the matchday schedule and other topics about traveling to the stadium can be found here.

More details about the Fan Zone, public viewing and the events in Cologne can be found here.

New: Guido Ostrowski StadiumTour

Kölner Sportstätten GmbH is pleased to welcome the FC Cologne reporter from Radio Köln as a celebrity stadium tour guide.

The 45-year-old has been reporting on FC Cologne matches for 15 years and is always a passionate voice at home and away games as well as team training sessions. There are few reporters in Germany who celebrate their home team’s goals as enthusiastically as Ostrowski! Now you have the chance to meet the man whose voice you know so well in the RheinEnergieSTADION press box. Naturally, Guido is an FC Cologne insider and has plenty of stories to tell about the changing rooms, the mixed zone and the press conferences. You can’t get closer than this!

For all fans of the RheinEnergieSTADION and FC Cologne, this tour is sure to be a lot of fun and an unforgettable experience with lots of insights! This new tour also includes a visit to the changing rooms and a souvenir photo in the dugout and the press box.

Guido Ostrowski joins Matthias Scherz, Harald Konopka, Mo-Torres, Walter Eschweiler and Michael Trippel as the sixth celebrity stadium tour guide for Kölner Sportstätten GmbH. The Guido Ostrowski stadium tour will be offered at regular intervals.
Tickets are available from KölnTicket. For more information about exclusive group tours with Guido Ostrowski, please call +49 221 716 16 150or send an email to

Application for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027: Cologne running as a candidate city

Cologne is one of the four cities included in the DFB’s (German Football Association’s) bid to host the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2027.

The association decided that Cologne, Dortmund, Duisburg and Düsseldorf had submitted the best applications out of all the national entries. The DFB has entered a joint bid with the KNVB (Royal Dutch Football Association) and the RBFA (Royal Belgian Football Association) to host the competition in four years’ time.

Lutz Wingerath, CEO of the KSS, said of the bid: “Cologne has always been a bastion of women’s football: the DFB Women’s Championship final is held here at the RheinEnergieSTADION every year. It is a highlight of the season and attracts a lot of attention in the city. Additionally, with the 2006 World Cup and numerous international matches under our belt, we have shown that our team is always ready to provide the framework for major football events. We are delighted and a little proud to have the opportunity to host another internationally recognised tournament in 2027, just three years after UEFA EURO 2024. The conditions at the RheinEnergieSTADION are perfect and the great enthusiasm of both the locals and our international guests will certainly create a unique atmosphere during the matches.”