FIFA World Cup at Frankfurt Airport
A golden soccer ball on a football pitch

World Cup Fever at the Airport

Passengers travelling via Frankfurt Airport can watch the live broadcasted FIFA World Cup soccer games.


The World Cup kicks off in Russia today with a total of 32 nations vying for the coveted trophy. The German team is seeking to defend its title and earn the right to a fifth star on their jerseys. Soccer fans traveling through Frankfurt Airport will not have to miss out: there will be a variety of opportunities to watch all matches live.

Watching the beautiful game in an international atmosphere

In the pre-security area, passengers will be able to view the games in the Airport City Mall in Terminal 1 (Level 0, above the regional train station). The sports action will be shown on a large TV screen in the seating area right next to the food and beverage outlets. To ensure passengers in the terminals can keep up to speed with all the goals, airport operator Fraport will, for the first time, be providing a very special service: employees will be carrying screens on their backs to deliver live TV coverage to travelers waiting at the checkpoints.

Once beyond security, passengers wanting to watch the World Cup while enjoying a snack or a drink, will have ample opportunity in the many restaurants and shops in both terminals. A TV screen will also be available at the central Duty Free & Travel Value shop in Pier A (Schengen).

Passengers can enjoy a sports experience of the out-of-the-ordinary kind at the Entertainment Gate in Terminal 1’s Pier B. The area features a 21-meter-wide LED video wall that describes a 180° convex curve. During the World Cup, live broadcasts of selected matches will be shown on this large-scale video wall.

Visit frankfurt-airport.com for an overview of all the different options for watching the FIFA World Cup games at the airport.

Restaurant Area Location

Airport City Mall Terminal 1, area A, level 1, opposite McDonald's Before the security control
Asia Terminal 1, arrival area B Before the security control
Coa Terminal 1, area A, Schengen After the security control
food society Terminal 2, area D, Non-Schengen

After the security control
Hausmanns

Terminal 1, area A, Schengen After the security control
Hausbar Terminal 1, area A, Schengen

After the security control
Heinemann Duty Free Terminal 1, area A, Schengen After the security control
Hermann's Terminal 1, area A, Schengen

After the security control
Ludwigs Termnal 2, Food Plaza After the security control
Lucullus Nero Terminal 1, area Z, Non-Schengen After the security control
Meyer Deli Coffee Kitchen Terminal 1, Shopping Boulevard

Before the security control
Meyer Deli Coffee Kitchen Terminal 1, area A, Schengen

After the security control
Mondo Terminal 2, area D, Schengen After the security control
Mondo Bianco Terminal 1, area A, Schengen After the security control
Mondo Bar Terminal 1, area C, Non-Schengen (Gate C16)

After the security control
MoschMosch Terminal 2, area E, Non-Schengen After the security control
Movie Worlds Terminal 1, area A, Schengen
Terminal 1, area B & Z Non-Schengen
After the security control
Promoters Public area Before the security control
Entertainment Gate Terminal 1, area B, Non-Schengen
After the security control

World Cup merchandise from the airport’s online store
The Frankfurt Airport Online Shop will be offering a wide range of World Cup merchandise during the tournament. In addition to the Online Shop’s standard range of liquor, fragrances and beauty products, there will be many soccer-themed items. Followers of the German team and other nations will find the corresponding jerseys, face paint, children’s toys, and everything needed to stage their very own World Cup party. The online store allows passengers to browse and shop from the comfort of their own homes. Selected goods can be delivered or, alternatively, collected in person at participating airport stores prior to travel.

The needs of passengers will remain the clear focus for Fraport during the World Cup. In line with its slogan, “Gute Reise! We make it happen,” the airport operator is investing in new and innovative services to continuously improve the customer experience and satisfaction at Germany’s most important aviation hub.

More information on the many and varied services available at Frankfurt Airport can be found at the airport’s website at www.frankfurt-airport.com, in the Online Shop and via the airport’s Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and YouTube channels.

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