The most frequently asked questions
Day ticket (standing ticket)
Weekend tickets (standing ticket)
Weekend tickets (seat ticket)
... currently sold out.
Special Arrangement (seat ticket)
... currently sold out.
* The pre-sale price applies to orders up to and including May 14th, 2022.
Children up to 12 years are free in the standing area.
On the grandstand, children older than 4 years need a seat ticket, Special Arrangement EUR 100,00, Weekend seat ticket EUR 70,00
There is a covered stand for wheelchair users. Please buy a reduced ticket for the access.
A public shuttle parking lot is located at the Cashpoint Arena in Altach - approx. 2,2 km resp. a 25 minutes walk from the Mösle Stadium (have a look at the plan). It is located right next to the motorway exit Altach/Mäder (approaching from Bregenz). If you are approaching from another direction, please follow the signs to the parking lot.
From this parking lot, a free shuttle bus will bring you directly to the Mösle Stadium and back.
The parking lot next to the Mösle Stadium can only be accessed with a parking pass.
Parking passes CANNOT be purchased.
No, there is no shuttle bus from the train station to the stadium.
The public Bus Nr.7 runs between the train station Götzis and the Mösle Stadium at following times, bus stop "Götzis Mösleweg":
Station - Götzis Mösleweg
Saturday/Sunday: from 8.18 to 22.18 (every hour)
Götzis Mösleweg - Station
Saturday/Sunday: from 12.33 to 22.33 (every hour)
In addition, line 2 also runs hourly on Saturday from 8.48 - 12.48 from Götzis train station to Möslestadion, stop "AHS Möslestadion".
There are also cabs at the train station Götzis (costs approx. EUR 6,-).
No, there is no baggage storage at the stadium.
Lockers are available at the train station Götzis (approx. 1,2 km from the stadium).
Since 2022, cashless payments can be made all over the stadium via EC, debit card or mobile payment.
Yes, a camping chair or a blanket is allowed.
Parasols are also allowed but you need to take care that no other visitor has an obstructed view.
There are a variety of refreshment stands in the stadium. Visitors are allowed to bring food and beverages in small quantities. Large amounts of food will be taken off at the entrance.
If there is enough space, it is allowed to set up a small pavilion tent without side walls - but only on the back straight at the very back of the dam crest.
Other visitors must not be obstructed in their view, and it is not allowed to take up a disproportionately large amount of space.
There are 7 spaces in front of the Mösle Stadium which are assigned on a “first come - first served” basis.
Access is only possible until Thursday, 26th May.
No, the parking lot is not a campsite; there is no infrastructure such as toilets etc. available.
Before, during and after the meeting, we need a range of volunteers:
Yes, as we are organizing the Hypomeeting throughout the year.
We are looking forward to your support especially in the fields of EDP (hardware, internet) and graphic/design!
Volunteers receive for their work
Besides the "traditional" stadium food like french fries, sausages, meat, also vegetarian dishes and delicious snacks at the milk corner, the donut and ice cream cart and the coffee van are offered.
Access to the Hypomeeting club is only granted with a valid ticket (Special Arrangement).
No, booking a table in the Hypomeeting club is not possible.
The Hypomeeting club is open Saturday, 11.00 - 16.00 and Sunday, 10.30 - 15.00 Uhr (subject to change)