Staff were great and knew a lot about the club. Enjoyed it.
Stadium tour as superb, stadium tour guide (Thorsten i think) was very knowledgeable and enthusiastic. This would be a 5 star review but unfortunately i had to knock 2 stars off for the Chillisauce guide 'Gigi' - he arrived at our hotel and stood outside without saying a word for 10mins we all thought we were waiting for a minibus to show up and transport us, then one of our group spoke to him and he told us no we would have to get the S-Bahn to Stellengen. On arriving at Stellengen he seemed lost and was following google maps and then told us we would need to get a bus to the stadium (i don't think the bus runs on a non event day to the stadium) plus one of our group already knew it was only a ten minute walk to which the chillisauce guide seemed reluctant to do and insisted we got the bus due to being late. 10mins later and no bus he decides that we have to walk. Didn't interact with the group and seemed quite annoyed at being there.
Really good and worth the money if you lile your football.
HSV Stadium is also referred to as Hamburg Arena or Volksparkstadion, got built on the site of the old stadium but with the pitch turned 90 degrees. Building works started in July 1998, and as the old stadium was gradually demolished and replaced with the new one, HSV kept playing their home games at the stadium. The Volksparkstadion is located in the north-west of Hamburg, slightly more than 7 kilometres from Hamburg’s city centre.