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Allianz Arena

Die Allianz Arena des FC Bayern München, Foto: muenchen.de/Michael Hofmann
Foto: muenchen.de/Michael Hofmann

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

Football and event location

Inside the stadium, 75,021 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 shop of the FC Bayern München is housed here as well and makes 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. 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.

Video: The beautiful Allianz Arena

More than just football - an experience for the whole family

Tour of the Arena and FC Bayern Museum

Fascinating football experience in a double pack: First you take a look behind the scenes of the Allianz Arena, with trained guides. After the tour, you immerse yourself in the history of the German record champions, at the FC Bayern Museum.

Tour durch die Allianz Arena, Foto: Allianz Arena
Foto: Allianz Arena

Combined tours are mainly offered on days when there are no matches. It is therefore advisable to study the schedule beforehand. The regular tours start several times a day, leading right through the arena, across the different tiers - including the press conference room, the mixed zone and through the players' tunnel to the team cabins. There are also special tours for children, a tour for people with disabilities and a VIP tour, which offers a treat in addition.

At the FC Bayern Museum, you can delve into the history of the club, which was founded in 1900, on over 3,000 square meters. You will also marvel at the almost 50 cups and championship trophies, while you learn about great successes and little anecdotes off the pitch. The archive holds around 4000 exhibits, over 500 of which brings the history of FC Bayern vividly to life in the current exhibition.

A cinema shows highlights from the club history and you can prove yourself on a small playing field. The ball from the closest championship final of all time can be seen as well as the advertising banner that Jürgen Klinsmann once kicked in out of frustration over his substitution, and Uli Hoeneß 'football shoes from 1974. Coffee and snacks await you in the restaurant area , which is called "Café Gisela" after the birthplace of FC Bayern.

 

Offers for kids

Berni, Foto: Allianz Arena
Foto: Allianz Arena

Big or small: FC Bayern inspires everyone! In addition to kids' tours with goal wall shooting, the FC Bayern Museum also offers attractions for the youngest visitors. How does the Bayern mascot Berni live? Where does he sleep? What does he do all day long? In the two-storey Berni House, children can find out all that.

The play area with a large kick field offers plenty of room to let off steam, and the children can get creative at several handicraft stations. During the children's quiz, the history of FC Bayern is conveyed in a playful way with the help of audio guides - and of course there is a prize waiting at the end.

Most inviting of all, are the family days with changing mottos - where the kids can always take some home-made souvenirs with FC Bayern design.

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Matchday Tours

On FC Bayern's match days, special guided tours with admission to the FC Bayern Museum are also available for ticket holders of that particular match. Participants get to see the exclusive areas of the stadium, such as the Sponsors' Lounge or the Business Club shortly before the start of the match. The outside facade and the room for press conferences are also part of the tour. You get very close to the world of your idols in the players' tunnel through which the football stars run onto the pitch a little later. At the edge of the pitch you can sense the tension of a professional footballer before he gets on the pitch, and also go close to the trainer benches where Hansi Flick usually gives his instructions.

The FC Bayern store

The FC Bayern Store offers visitors everything a football lover could desire, on over 1,000 square meters. Here you will find a huge selection of red and white fan souvenirs. Whether for the Champions League or the next home game in the Allianz Arena - the Bayern Fan Shop offers flags, accessories and stickers that document your commitment to FC Bayern. FC Bayern's mascot, Berni, and other popular fan articles for babies and kids can also be found in the largest FC Bayern Fan Shop. 

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