The Signal Iduna Park will host the biggest Bundesliga fixture in Germany on Tuesday night when Borussia Dortmund take on Bayern Munich – here is a closer look inside the largest stadium in German football.
Click through the gallery above to see inside the famous Signal Iduna Park!
Constructed from 1971 to 1974, Dortmund's home ground boasts a capacity of 81 365, making their stadium bigger than fierce rivals Bayern's Allianz Arena.
Lucien Favre's side will play host to Bavarians in an all-important league fixture on Tuesday night, a match many will be looking forward to following the recent break in football.
While supporters are unable to attend the event due to safety measures amid the coronavirus outbreak, BVB's Signal Iduna Park, formerly known as the Westfalenstadion, usually has an electric atmosphere on matchdays.
The ground is most famous for having the biggest terrace for standing fans in Europe – the South Bank, or the "Sudtribune" in German, holds 24 454 people, and is known around the world as "The Yellow Wall".
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