swissporarena
swissporarena
4.5
Arenas & StadiumsConvention Centres
9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Entdecken Sie das schönste Stadion der Schweiz in einer stündigen Führung. Wir führen Sie an Orte, welche während dem normalen Spielbetrieb nicht einsehbar sind und erzählen Ihnen interessante Details über den Bau und die Architektur.
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Grover R
Pensacola, FL21,813 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Jun 2019 • Family
If you do the Golden Circle, you will ride three cable cars but it is not until the last one that you truly can see Lucerne and its surrounds as you are simply too high at Pilatus. One of the first things my son and made out was the soccer stadium. Located in the newer section of the city on the south side it is perfect for your last cable car. It is on the lake side as you try to find it.
Written July 7, 2019
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Rob Nesbit
Warsaw, Poland4,062 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Apr 2019 • Solo
FC Luzern 3 – 1 FC Thun

27.04.2019 • Swissporarena

• Roy Gelmi (OG. 3′)

• Pascal Schürpf (34′)

• Marvin Spielmann (Thun 50′)

• Blessing Chibuike Eleke (88′)

Attendance: 8’064

Getting to the Swissporarena is not so difficult and can be walked to from the city centre, as it is not much more than 2 kilometres south of Luzern’s city centre and main railway station.
The walk from the southern side of Luzern’s city centre takes about 20 minutes.
Alternatively, one can always take the commuter rail (S-Bahn) line S4 or S5 from the main railway station, and get off at stop Luzern Allmend / Messe, which is right at the arena.
Another option is bus 20 from the main railway station or the Bundesplatz in the direction of Technikumstrasse. Get off at stop Allmend/Messe. Buses go four times an hour, the ride takes about 8 minutes.

Tickets for FC Luzern matches can be bought online, at the Fanshop at the stadium, or at the Neue Luzerner Zeitung at the Pilatusstrasse 12 (about 200 metres from the main railway station). Don’t worry about not getting a ticket, as so often with Swiss football, Luzern will only sell out at the very odd high-profile match.
Ticket prices range from CHF 28.00 for the standing area, to CHF 33.00 for a seat in one of the corners, and CHF 100.00 for one at the main stand (if you are loaded!).

The ground itself is all modern and kind of funny looking, with golden looking stands formed all round, it’s kind of rubbish looking to be honest. Not the most attractive stadium I have ever seen for sure. Inside it looks a little better, all seats decked out in the club colours of blue.

Wasn’t long in settling down to my seat when Luzern went one nil up with an own goal headed in by Thun player Roy Gelmi after about 3 minutes on the clock. From a long throw in, he couldn’t avoid the ball connecting with his head as the penalty box was quite crowded at the time. Unlucky for him but a good start to the home team.

Thun had a goal correctly disallowed for offside, and then not long after Luzern get their second when Pascal Schürpf took a shot from outside the box that somehow went in. From such a distance and with not that much pace, the Thun goalkeeper could have done a little better in his effort to save it, I think!! But I should give him the benefit of been unsighted and it was bucketing down with rain. Good build up play from Eleke to the goal, to add.

Not long after the second half got underway Thun were right back in it with a well taken goal by Marvin Spielmann, rifling it into the net. Nice one, game on. Now at this stage a lot of the fans were further retreating back into the stands due to how bad the weather was. It was near torrential at this stage, making it hard to stay focused on the game, for us the supporters never mind what it was like for the players to kick the ball around the soggy pitch!!

After that not a whole lot happened to be fair with many of the fans just wishing that the game could go quickly as the rain was making everyone pretty miserable. Blessing Chibuike Eleke scored near the end, a real cracker, took the defender on, feigned and shot from his left in the far corner. Excellent goal to top off a real good performance from the player who looked dangerous anytime he had the ball.

Overall, good game but the conditions were so bad that to be honest I wouldn’t say this was a very enjoyable match day experience for me. The Luzern fans were fine and the stadium is ok, the pre match atmosphere was very good, and it was easy to find my seat and all but man it was one wet evening!! Totally soaked as I made my way home…..
Written July 27, 2019
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