Allianz Arena

The Munich Allianz Arena is the soccer temple in the northern part of the city and the home of the FC Bayern München and TSV 1860 München soccer teams.

Football and event location

Inside the stadium, 69,901 spectators are spread out across three terraces, all of which are under roof. The lowest rows are especially close to the playing field because no running track encircles the turf - the arena is a cauldron of soccer. The fan shops for both teams are housed here as well and make soccer hearts beat faster. For the visitors’ enjoyment, there are various kiosks, a stylish bar-lounge-café, and of course the fan events for the Bavarians and the Lions.
Even if no game is taking place, the Allianz Arena with eight event boxes, two VIP lounges out of a total of 106 luxury boxes is also the place for business meetings, presentations, or celebrations.

Visiting Allianz Arena

The first games were held in the Allianz Arena in 2005, and Portugal and France met here for the World Cup 2006 semi-finals. Construction of the stadium began in 2002, following overwhelming approval the previous year in a referendum on the new construction.

Tours of the Allianz Arena, which was constructed according to the design of the architectural firm of Herzog and de Meuron, take place on all days when there is no game. Fan tours, VIP tours, or kids' tours are also available as a gift.


Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25
80939 München

Tel.: 0049 (0)89 / 699 31 222

Opening hours:
Mon - Sun: 10 am - 7 pm