Public screening, concerts and much more for the European Football Championship

Fan Zone in the Olympic Park for UEFA EURO 2024 in Munich with public screening

In the Fan Zone in the Olympic Park, you can celebrate a football festival with fans from all over Europe every day until July 14. Here you can watch all UEFA EURO 2024 matches live during public screening. There will also be numerous free concerts, performances and much more.

Fan Zone München
Anette Göttlicher

Public screening: All 51 European Championship matches live on three large screens

Fans feiern in der Fan Zone
Anette Göttlicher

Even without a EURO ticket, you won't miss a goal in the Fan Zone! You can experience all 51 UEFA EURO 2024 matches live on a total of three screens with a good view and a great football atmosphere.

The largest screen measures 120 square meters and is located on the Olympic Lake in front of the grass steps. You can also watch the matches on a 36 square meter screen at the Theatron and a 21 square meter screen under the Magic Sky at Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Platz.

Jubel-Reel aus der Fan Zone

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Today's program (June 15) in the Fan Zone at a glance:

  • 13:15 - 13:45: Podcast live "Pfosten rettet"
  • 14:00 - 14:15: Football Freestyler Show Patrick Bäurer
  • 14:30: We love Munich - Max Weidner
  • 15:00: Hungary - Switzerland (Group A)
  • 17:10 - 17:30: Vivo DJ (Alba)
  • 17:30: We love Munich - Max Weidner
  • 18:00  Spain - Croatia (Group B)
  • 20:00 - 20:15: Football Freestyler Show Patrick Bäurer
  • 21:00: Italy - Albania (Group B)


Free concerts and events in the Munich Fan Zone

Kelvin Jones in der Fan Zone im Olympiapark
Grazia Possart

The large stage on the Olympic Lake transforms the Fan Zone into a concert location for numerous artists and bands. Stars such as Kelvin Jones (14.6.), Kytes (23.6.), Moop Mama (9.7.) and Münchener Freiheit (14.7.) will be performing here.

Other program highlights such as Jazz Day (29.6.), Inclusion Day (4.7.), Munich Music Day (7.7.) with Bavarian music, poetry slam competitions with the final on 8.7. and an e-sports day (11.7.) will also take place here.

Exhibition trucks, creative workshops for kids and live art performances with artist collectives (including Kunstlabor 2,, Vandali) also await you in the Fan Zone.

Fair Play Zone and sports and leisure activities in the Fan Zone Munich

In the Fair Play Zone, everything revolves around the topic of sustainability. In workshops and with information offers, you will receive useful know-how on the topics of environment, climate, diversity and inclusion every day.

The Bavarian Football Association presents itself every day with a colorful program in the Fan Zone. Here you can get your fill of soccer with a mini football pitch for tournaments and hands-on activities as well as inclusive opportunities for blind soccer, amputee soccer, frame football and much more.

If you are looking for an adrenaline kick with a unique view, the Flying Fox in the Fan Zone is the right place for you. From the summit of the Olympiaberg on the other shore of the Olympic Lake, you can speed down over 400 meters at a height of up to 40 meters at 50 km/h to the meadow in front of the Olympic swimming hall.

The sponsors of the European Football Championships will also be offering impressive interactive and digital worlds of experience for you to explore at their stands.

Map of the Fan Zone in the Olympic Park

Food and drinks: beer garden, stalls, water dispensers and more

Whether it's hearty Bavarian food in the cozy beer garden or at the numerous food trucks with an international menu: You'll find what you're looking for in the Fan Zone. Of course, there is also a wide range of vegetarian and vegan options.

Cool drinks for the soccer summer also await you at the bars. There are also water dispensers at six locations in the Fan Zone where you can get free drinking water.

Opening hours and directions

Opening hours

  • The Fan Zone is open daily from June 14 to July 14 from 1 pm to 10 pm.
  • For European Championship matches starting at 9 p.m., the Fan Zone closes around one hour after the final whistle.

How to get there

  • The Fan Zone Munich on Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Platz in the Olympic Park is most easily accessible by public transport. More information on how to get there.
  • There is a shuttle bus service between the Fan Zone and the Munich Arena. The shuttle bus stop is located in the Parkharfe in Block 19.

Fan Zone Munich: The UEFA EURO 2024 program

On behalf of the Department of Education and Sport

This article about the UEFA EURO 2024 in the host city of Munich, one of 10 host cities of the European Football Championship in Germany, was commissioned by the Department of Education and Sport (RBS). The content was coordinated between the RBS and, the official city portal.

At a glance

Fan Zone Munich in the Olympic Park

Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Platz 1
80809 München