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DFB Cup Final: Eintracht Frankfurt reception at Römerberg

31.05.2023 | 12:43 Clock | Sport
DFB Cup Final: Eintracht Frankfurt reception at Römerberg

Frankfurt is preparing for a reception of Eintracht at Römerberg. Should the Frankfurt Eintracht win the DFB Cup final against RB Leipzig, the reception of the team will take place on Sunday, June 4, at Römerberg. After a win in Berlin, the team will be expected at Frankfurt Airport at around 1:40 p.m. on June 4 and will travel in a motorcade through Sachsenhausen to the Römer. Fans can expect the team to arrive at Römer around 4:30 p.m. and celebrate on the balcony around 5 p.m.

The reception as well as the motorcade will only take place in case of victory

For all those who want to experience the Eintracht reception live, the organizer is setting up four visitor zones: At the Römer, at Paulsplatz as well as at Mainkai West and Mainkai East. Everywhere there will be large screens with live broadcasts of the motorcade, the reception in the Römer and the team's visit to the balcony of the town hall. In addition, there will be an entertainment program and catering with drinks and food at all the above-mentioned places. Fanmobiles of the Eintracht await the visitors at the Mainkai and at the Paulsplatz.

Comfortable and somewhat quieter spectator opportunities, for example for families, are offered by the visitor areas on the banks of the Main: starting at 10 a.m., there will be live broadcasts from the Römerberg as well as other impressions and contributions on large screens. In total, there will be space for 60,000 fans.

The visitor zones are accessible via three entrances:

  • to the Römerberg one comes exclusively via Braubachstraße corner Domstraße
  • on the Paulsplatz north via Berliner Straße and
  • on the Mainkai via the western side corner Untermainbrücke or east via the corner Zum Pfarrturm.

Should the Römerberg be full, travelers will be informed in good time - including by the live coverage of Hessischer Rundfunk, Hit Radio FFH, Eintracht and generally via the social media channels of the city of Frankfurt - and can thus avoid without detours to the Mainkai.

Those who prefer to experience the event at home: the Eintracht motorcade and the reception in the Römer and the celebration of the team on the balcony of the Römer will be broadcast live on television at Hessischer Rundfunk, live streaming at EintrachtTV and live coverage on all channels of Hit Radio FFH.

Important information for all visitors

  • It is recommended to travel by public transport to the main station, Hauptwache, Konstablerwache or Südbahnhof.
  • Please note the information of the VGF at The old town route for the streetcars of the lines 11, 12, 14 will be closed - from Saturday, June 3, 15 clock until probably Monday, June 5, circa 2.30 clock.
  • The lines 11, 12 and 14 will be diverted. More info is available at
  • The Ebbelwei Express is out of service from Saturday, June 3, until probably Sunday, June 4.
  • The subway station Dom/Römer (lines U4 and U5) will be closed on Sunday, June 4.
  • The parking garage Römer will be closed on 4. June be completely closed for entry and exit, from the parking garage Konstablerwache is only the exit possible.
  • On the Römerberg apply strict security measures including bag checks. The maximum bag size allowed is DIN A4. There is a strict ban on weapons, as well as glass and bottles, and a ban on pyrotechnics and Bengalos. Important: There are no on-site delivery options for bags larger than DIN A4.
  • On the day of the event, no spontaneous admission to the Römer City Hall is possible.
  • Residents of the closed area on the Römerberg are asked to use the entrance via Braubachstraße.
  • The Eiserne Steg will be on Sunday, June 4, all day and completely closed.
  • It is asked to pay attention to the traffic reports on June 4: All routes of the motorcade from Frankfurt Airport via Sachsenhausen to Römerberg will be closed and passable only for pedestrians.
  • Bicyclists should note that bicycle racks are partially dismantled for safety reasons and wheels on the event site are also prohibited for safety reasons.
  • On the Römerberg there are designated places for wheelchair users.
  • At the food stands can only be paid with cash.
  • For rental e-scooters is on the day of the event around the Römer no parking, this zone is blocked in the apps of the providers.
  • The bringing of dogs is not allowed.

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