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Allianz Arena

Visit the Allianz Arena, the home of Bayern Munich since 2005. The stadium regularly hosts both national and international matches, including the final of the 2006 FIFA World Cup and the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final. Watch a match, visit the team’s museum (FC Bayern Erlebniswelt), or take a behind-the-scenes tour to learn more about this world-class soccer stadium.
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Experience a guided tour through Bayern Munich’s stadium.
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FC Bayern München Football and Allianz Arena Tour

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Take part in a unique tour of Munich, and especially the Munich of FC Bayern and football. Visit the iconic locations and dive deep into the history of the championship record-holders.
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Allianz Arena Tour

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Discover the fascinating history of FC Bayern Munich with this guided tour of the Allianz Arena. Explore this famous stadium while hearing all the important facts and details.
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Top Tips

1. On match-days, be aware that the food stalls in the stadium don’t take cash or older credit cards (without contactless). If you don’t have a contactless card, you’ll need to pick up a pre-paid Arena card, but the system is reasonably easy to use. It can also be used to pay for your parking at the Arena.
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2. Make sure to arrive on time for your stadium tour - tours depart exactly on time and there’s no guarantee you’ll be able to join a later group if the day is busy. You’ll also need to wait until the next tour with available slots, which could take some time.
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3. Avoid bringing large backpacks or suitcases to matches - you’ll need to drop them off in the luggage storage before entering the stadium, which costs €2. Any bags you intend to bring inside with you should be no larger than a sheet of A4 paper.
4. There are two dining options on non-matchdays: the Paulaner Fantreff North and the Arena Bistro. The former serves traditional Bavarian snacks and meals, while the bistro hsa pizza, pasta, sandwiches, and sweet treats. Both are reasonably priced. On matchdays, you’ll also find 28 kiosks serving food and drink on levels 2 and 6. Burgers cost €6.50, hotdogs €4.50, and a portion of chips costs €3.50, so it won’t break the bank.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the Allianz Arena?

The Allianz Arena was originally built to provide a permanent home for two of Munich’s soccer teams, FC Bayern Munich and TSV 1860 Munich (who currently play in Germany’s 3rd league). It was built between 2002 and 2005 and its capacity has been repeatedly expanded since then, going from 69,000 to a maximum capacity of 75,000 spectators for Bundesliga games. TSV 1860 Munich sold their share of the stadium to FC Bayern Munich in 2006 after experiencing financial difficulties, since. Bayern Munich opened their club museum, FC Bayern Erlebniswelt (or the FC Bayern Experience), which is the largest soccer club museum in Germany.

How can I get tickets to see Bayern Munich play?

Tickets for matches can be bought online at FC Bayern’s official website. For major Bundesliga matches or Champions League games, make sure to book well in advance as the affordable ticket options sell out quickly. There’s also an official ticket exchange on the club’s website, where you can pick up tickets from fans who can no longer attend the game. It’s also worth checking with the on-site ticket office on the day of a match in case of last-minute returns.

What do you see on a tour of the stadium?

The most basic version of the tour includes access to the middle tier and main stand lower tier of the stadium’s seating area, the press conference room, the FC Bayern Munich dressing room, the players’ tunnel, a tour of the media area, and a tour of the exterior of the stadium. Plus, you’ll also be able to visit FC Bayern Erlebniswelt. The tour section takes an hour, and it’s recommended that you take another hour and a half to explore the museum. VIP tours visit the upper tier of seating, the executive boxes, the Business Club (where VIP guests sit during matches), the touchline and the dugouts, in addition to most of the places visited by the basic tour. You’ll also get some sparkling wine and mineral water. The VIP tour takes 90 minutes, plus a 30-minute sparkling wine reception. There are also matchday tours which visit the Sponsors Lounge, the Business Club, the press conference room, the mixed zone and/or players’ tunnel (not available on Champions league matchdays), the pitch and the coaches’ bench. To take the matchday tour, you also need to have a valid ticket for the match being played that day.

Will my children enjoy a trip to the Allianz Arena?

Children with an interest in soccer will absolutely love the chance to see where some of the biggest matches are played! They’ll enjoy pretending to be their favorite player walking down the players’ tunnel or getting reading in the dressing room, and the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt has plenty of interactive exhibits that will keep their attention. Very small children might find less to interest them, and you aren’t allowed to take strollers or pushchairs on the tour, so take that into account. There’s also a daycare center (the Spielwelt) where children aged between 3 and 9 can be left with trained staff and enjoy playing while you explore. If you’re traveling with a group of children (11 or more), then there’s also the chance to take a special kid’s tour, which ends with a chance to practice scoring penalties in the Kick Hall. If it’s a birthday party, there’ll also be a small gift for the birthday child. If you’re planning to take very young children to see a game, then be aware that you can’t bring strollers or pushchairs inside, and baby bottles or liquids are also not permitted.

General Information

Opening Hours:

Please check the particular event you’re planning to attend for kick-off times. The stadium usually opens two hours before most matches. FC Bayern Erlebniswelt is open daily from 10 am to 6 pm, with final admission at 5.15 pm. The museum is closed on January 1 and December 24, 25, 26, and 31. The arena itself is open daily from 10 am to 7 pm on non-matchdays, with tours taking place between 10 am and 6 pm.

Address:

Allianz Arena
Werner-Heisenberg-Allee 25
80939 Munich
Germany

Tickets:

Prices for match tickets vary according to the event and your chosen seating. Tickets for a tour of the stadium, including entry to FC Bayern Erlebniswelt cost €19 for adults, €17 for members of FC Bayern, students, trainees, senior citizens, and disabled visitors, and €11 for children aged between 7 and 13. Children aged 5 and under can enter free of charge. The VIP tour costs €29 and is only available for visitors aged 14 and over. Tickets to the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt only cost €12 for adults, €10 for students, club members, apprentices, senior citizens, and disabled visitors, and €6 for children aged between 6 and 13. Children aged 5 and under can enter free of charge. The audio guide costs €3.

How to get there:

The Allianz Arena is easy to reach by public transport from the center of Munich. It’s close to Fröttmaning metro station, which is served by the U6 line and bus numbers 140 and 188. It’s also easy to park your car at the arena. On non-matchdays, the first 45 minutes are free and the parking for the rest of the day costs €5 for cars and €15 for buses and coaches. On matchdays parking costs €10 per car, with parking opening at least two and a half hours before the match and closing two hours after the match ends. You can also pay for parking in advance online.
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