AUGSBURG FOOTBALL TICKETS
For most of its history, the club oscillated between the second and third divisions, and disappointment came in the early 2000s when Augsburg were relegated to the fourth division for two seasons.
However, after this setback, the club experienced a sharp rise and was eventually promoted to the Bundesliga for the first time in 2011, where it remains to this day.
Augsburg strengthened their Bundesliga status in the 2010s, finishing in a record fifth place in the 2014–15 season before suffering mid-table finishes on several occasions, and made their European debut in the 2015–16 UEFA Europa League as the club reached 1
Since 2009, FC Augsburg's stadium has been the WWK ARENA, with a capacity of 30,660, located south of Augsburg city center and easily accessible by tram.
The club, known as the Fuggerstädter or simply FCA, enjoys strong home support with an average attendance of 28,709 for the 2019–20 Bundesliga season.
It is a single-tier stadium with a standing terrace behind one of the goals, known as the Ullrich-Biesinger-Tribune, and three seated stands with a standing section in the opposite corner from the Ullrich-Biesinger-Tribune for away fans.
Augsburg maintains a bitter local rivalry with Ingolstadt and TSV 1860 Munich.
Matches between these clubs usually attract large crowds, and the 1973 match in Munich 1860 set an all-time record for crowds at the Olympic Stadium.
FCA regularly sells out tickets for the local Bavarian derby against Bayern Munich.
The club colors are red, green and white, which can be found on the club's kit, and the club badge is similar to the emblem of the city of Augsburg.
The club's training facilities are located next to the stadium, and the club store is located near Augsburg Central Station in the city center.