23 Sep 21
- FAN ZONE
The event will open its doors from 07:00 and close at 17:00 on Saturday and Sunday the doors open from 08:00 and close at 18:00.
With a host of activities alongside all the on-track racing action, get the complete event schedules for Saturday and Sunday as a downloadable PDF below.
|Saturday 14 August||Sunday 15 August|
For the ABB FIA Formula E World Championship's seventh visit to the city of Berlin, the E-Prix will again take place at the historic Tempelhof Airport located south of Berlin's city centre.
The recommended way to reach Tempelhof Airport is by public transport or by bike. There are no car parking spaces available at the venue! At the Main Entrance - this year the only entrance - bicycle racks are provided.
The metro stations 'Platz der Luftbrücke' or 'Paradestraße' on U6 line are both within 5 min walking distance to the Main Entrance of the venue. Due to construction work, not all station exits are open. Please follow the signs at the stations. Persons with reduced mobility are advised to use the U-Bahn station Paradestraße, as there will be no barrier-free access at Platz der Luftbrücke due to the construction work.
In addition, there are several bus stations (line 104 and 248) in close vicinity of Platz der Luftbrücke. From the S-Bahn station “Tempelhof” (Ringbahn), you can reach the Main Entrance in approx. 10-15 minutes on foot, or use the transfer to the U-Bahn.
The race track is located at Tempelhof Airport, in the district Tempelhof/Schöneberg. The main entrance is at Platz der Luftbrücke. Visitors have to display their tickets at all times.
As there are no parking spaces available and also in terms of sustainability, it is recommended to arrive by bike or to use the public transport: Underground line U6 / ’Platz der Luftbrücke’ or bus line 104 and 248 or S-Bahn station Tempelhof (S41 / S42 / S45 / S46). Please refer to the map on your ticket.
No, tickets can only be bought in advance online and won't be available at the venue on race day.
The Allianz E-Village will be open on Saturday, Aug 14, from 7:00am to 5pm and Sunday, Aug 15, from 8am to 6:00pm.
Nobody will be admitted once the race finishes on each day.
You cannot bring your own food to the event. Food trucks will be available inside the E-Village. Furthermore, glass and PET bottles larger than 0.5 liters are not permitted. Click here to see the prohibited items list.
Yes, at the entrance to the venue you will need to go through a security and bag check. Walk-through or hand-held metal detectors will be in use.
No, due to covid safety measures, the ticket is valid throughout the race day and does not allow you to re-enter the event.
Yes, seats in the grandstand are allocated. Your ticket will display the grandstand alongside your row and seat number. Ushers on-site will be happy to help.
Everyone 3 years and older will need a ticket. Children 0-2 years old do not need a ticket if sitting on a parents or guardians lap.
Due to coronavirus restrictions this year all visitors must be seated in the grandstands. The podium ceremony will take place in the pit lane, but can be experienced in your seat through the giant screens.
Parking spaces for persons with reduced mobility are available in the courtyard beside the main hall and in front of the ‘GAT’. Please use the access via Tempelhofer Damm/Bayernring.
You’ll find a barrier-free access to the main hall from there. From the main hall, an elevator takes you to the event level 0 of the Tempelhof Airport. A dedicated wheelchair platform is provided. Tickets for this can be purchased on the offical Formula E ticketing website.
For safety reasons, it is not allowed to bring large bags or baggage to the venue. Small backpacks and handbags will be checked at the entrance. Furthermore, glass or PET bottles larger than 0.5 liters are not permitted. Drinks and food stands are available at the event. Please click here for a detailed list of forbidden items below.
No extra costs, all entertaining activities are freely accessible through the purchase of your ticket. Strong demand could cause waiting times. Food and drinks at the event will be sold as usual.
At about 80 decibels the racing cars are hardly louder than a standard car with a petrol engine. The typical futuristic sound of Formula E cars results from the tire wear on the asphalt, the aerodynamics and the electric powertrain.
The event will take place rain or shine. Average rainfalls do not affect the event or the race. In case of heavy rain or thunderstorms racing activities may need to be paused.
A selection of food & beverage vendors will be placed around the site offering a variety of meat, vegetarian and vegan options as well as alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Please be aware that no alcohol is served to anyone under the age of 18 years. Free water stations are scattered around the venue where you can refill your bottle.
No, however you can still purchase merchandise via the official Formula E Store.
Unfortunately, there will be no Wi-Fi accessibility to fans on site this year.
Yes, these will be located in the Allianz E Village.
You can charge your devices at the Enel Recharge Zone in the Allianz E-Village.
Yes, cash machines will be located in the Allianz E-Village but we strongly recommend cashless as the preferred method of payment.
There will be accessible washrooms and viewing facilities in the fan area on site.
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