Deutsches Fußballmuseum in Dortmund

Your event at the Deutsche Fußballmuseum in Dortmund

As a multifunctional exhibition house, the German Football Museum welcomes its visitors in a central downtown location in Dortmund. Step into the world of the round leather and experience an interactive tour through the history of our national team and club soccer.

The event rooms and areas

State-of-the-art function rooms and presentation technology can be used for your meetings, conferences, workshops, receptions, gala evenings and private celebrations, offering your guests a special event.

In addition to the exhibition areas, which are available for events outside opening hours, the museum has four meeting rooms, which can also be rented exclusively during opening hours.

The central museum forecourt has a representative design and can be used for events and as a promotion area.

Upon entering the museum, one enters the light-flooded foyer and encounters Shop & Bistro, the first catering area, which invites one to linger and can also be used for group visits or exclusively.

The largest event area in the museum is the multifunctional arena in the basement. In keeping with soccer, it impresses with two grandstands for up to 150 guests, which give this location that special stadium atmosphere. The event area is directly connected to the foyer and offers the largest usable event space in the museum. The area can be rented as an open space and furnished and designed according to your wishes. It can accommodate conferences with up to 700 participants or receptions with up to 1,000 guests.

The arena also houses the Bundesliga conference room, which is regularly used for school workshops. The 80 m² room can be separated in the middle and used for events with up to 60 guests.

The European Champions conference room, equipped with modern conference technology, is located on the first floor on the gallery of the multifunctional arena. Large windows provide daylight and can be opened for fresh air. The Shop & Bistro area is available for coffee and refreshment breaks. Alternatively, a selection of small meals can be served immediately outside the room. 

The event room N11 on the 2nd floor is an ideal location for meetings, get-togethers, presentations, dinners or private celebrations. From there, your guests will enjoy an exceptional panoramic view of Dortmund's vibrant city life. The modern ambience as well as the interplay of decorated wall surfaces and striking black and red pendant lights create a warm and inviting atmosphere.  A sound system and a sunshade to darken the room are integrated. The lighting can be flexibly dimmed. The large window front and the high ceilings add to the modern charm of the N11 and provide a particularly beautiful lighting atmosphere for celebrations and receptions. With its modern equipment and various screens, the N11 is also ideal for meetings for up to 100 guests.

Also integrated in the N11 is the World Champion Conference Room.  The 35 m² high-quality room is separated from the N11 by a mobile wall and can thus also be used as an exclusive private dining room or conference room for your guests.

The museum offers many possibilities to experience the exhibition around soccer and the national team during the day or exclusively in the evening. Various themed tours offer your guests an unforgettable experience.

For those looking for an outdoor event with a bad weather alternative, our museum forecourt with its 1,450 m² is available. The central square at the pedestrian stream towards the city center offers space for presentations, advertising events or exclusive receptions. In addition to the club grill, which provides guests with stadium sausage in regular operation, dinners with catering under the open sky are also possible here.

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Venue facts
Venue for Movie / Photo, Presentation, Event
Area Dortmund City Center, Dortmund North

Contact data
Deutsches Fußballmuseum in Dortmund
Platz der Deutschen Einheit 1
44137 Dortmund

   +49 231 47646622
Contact person
Marcella Heuser
Carina Hennig
Thomas Mayor