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Allianz Arena Tickets

Allianz Arena Tickets

One of the signature stadiums at Euro 2024 will be the Munich Stadium. Also known as the Allianz Arena, the stadium is home to German giants Bayern Munich and is widely regarded as one of the best stadiums in the world.


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Opened back in 2005, 66,000 fans will pack into the stadium for the six matches that the stadium is due to host at this summer’s tournament. It is the venue of the tournament’s opening match between hosts Germany and Scotland. Had it not been for the presence of Berlin’s famous Olympic Stadium, the Munich Stadium would have been chosen to host the Euro 2024 final.

A traditional bowl shape in design, despite its size, the fans are situated close to the pitch, and a superb atmosphere can almost be guaranteed. No stranger to hosting big matches, the stadium was built in time to host six matches from the 2006 World Cup and hosted a further four games in Euro 2020.

The stadium has also become synonymous with famous Champions League nights. Bayern are used to competing deep into the event and the stadium was the host for the 2011 Final which saw Chelsea sneak past Bayern in a dramatic penalty shootout.

Another feature which has made the stadium so iconic is the outside. Covered entirely in LED lights, the stadium can light up in a host of different colours, which at the time was a world leading innovation that several other stadiums around the world have since gone on to replicate.

As it stands, Germany is due to play just one match in the stadium, but fans will hope that the team will return for either the Round of 16 knockout clash or semi-final encounter that the stadium will host.

A world-class arena that has seen several famous and memorable moments, this summer, the Munich Stadium is bound to create the perfect backdrop for many more to be produced.

Munich Stadium Stands

As a modern stadium, the Munich Stadium has a classic bowl-shaped design that consists of four stands.

Despite the host of legends that have graced the Munich Stadium pitch playing for Bayern Munich, surprisingly the stands in the stadium are simply named as the North, South, East and West Stands.

What makes the Allianz Arena a brilliant football arena is the symmetrical shape of its design. Each of the four stands contains three tiers, and all are equally sized.

The North and South stands are positioned behind each of the goals, and the East and West stands run alongside either side of the pitch.

For Euro 2024, UEFA has introduced three separate categories for all of its ticketing, with fans able to purchase tickets across Category 1, Category 2 and Category 3 pricing bands.

Category 1 tickets are the most expensive seats that are on offer for games at the Munich Stadium.

Positioned in the heart of the East and West Stands, Category 1 seats span all three tiers but remain in a central area. They cut off before the seats curve into the corners and are also cut off towards the top of the upper tier.

Due to the open design of the stadium, there are no seats within the Category 1 band that will offer a restricted view and due to being placed at the sides of the pitch, a fantastic view of the action should be guaranteed.

The next option is Category 2 tickets. Priced more cheaply than Category 1 options, Category 2 tickets are located all around the Munich Stadium. Positioned across every tier of the East and West Stands, the Category 2 seats are located in the corners and at the very top of the stands. Category 2 tickets are also available in the North and South Stands. Reserved for the middle tier, Category 2 tickets will be behind the areas reserved for exclusive ticket holders of each of the two playing nations, who have the lowest tiers exclusively reserved.

Category 3 tickets are the cheapest on offer, with Category 3 seats running across the upper tiers of the North and South Stands, there is also a small smattering of seats towards the upper half of the middle tier.

At some stadiums at Euro 2024, Category 3 tickets may offer a restricted view of the action, however at a stadium with the class and prestige of the Munich Stadium this won’t be a problem as every seat will offer a fantastic view of the pitch and the game.

Where is the best place to sit in the Munich Stadium for the atmosphere?

When Bayern Munich play their home games, the most passionate Bayern fans are often placed in the lower tiers behind either goal. Due to UEFA’s decision to place the fans of the two teams in the same spot for this summer’s tournament, it is likely that seats behind either goal in the North and South Stand will witness a superb atmosphere being produced.

Category 2 tickets will be located in the tier above where these fans will be gathered, so as well as being reasonably priced, a Category 2 ticket should make you really feel a part of the atmosphere.

Is safe standing available at the Munich Stadium?

One of the features when Bayern Munich play at home is the safe standing areas. With safe standing enabled, the stadium can host 75,000 fans. However, UEFA has restricted the use of any safe standing for this summer’s tournament, so every ticket holder in the ground will be seated.

Due to the work the stadium needs to undertake to ensure that every seat is fixed, the capacity for all six Euro 2024 matches that the stadium will host is reduced to 66,000.

What about VIP areas?

Due to its prestige as one of the best stadiums in the world, there is an abundance of VIP seats available for this summer’s tournament.

Located in the East and West Stands, VIP seats run through the centre of the tiers and align with the centre circle.

Those partaking in a VIP experience can choose to benefit from a host of world-class food and drinks in one of the three lounges, or if you fancy watching the game in even more privacy, you can book your own executive box. 

Can I get tickets to games at Euro 2024?

If you haven’t already purchased tickets for any of the six Euro 2024 games due to be held at the Munich Stadium, then securing your seat may be difficult.

The first sales of tickets took place in October 2023, with further sales taking place in December 2023 and then again in March and April 2024 for fans of qualifying nations.

There is a small chance that as the tournament progresses, you may be able to get your hands on some resale tickets via UEFA’s official resale portal. In order to have a chance of getting one of these resale tickets, you need to have a registered account with UEFA.

If tickets are available, you will need to be quick, as tickets are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.

Is there access for disabled users?

In order to have been chosen as a host stadium for Euro 2024, stadiums needed to ensure that fans who require special assistance or enhanced levels of accessibility can easily find their seats and be able to enjoy the game in comfort.

As a truly modern stadium, fans with accessibility needs shouldn’t have any problems watching a game at the Munich Stadium.

Accessibility seats are located in the North Stand at the top of the lower tier. With a clear platform for viewing, the level 2 concourse which is located directly behind, offers all of the facilities and private areas that fans with accessibility needs will require.

It’s also important to stress that any accessible tickets for the entirety of Euro 2024 will be covered by the Category 3 pricing band.

What do I need to do in case of an emergency?

In the unlikely event of an emergency, please reach out to a first responder or volunteer for immediate assistance.

There will be a variety of support services, and response mechanisms will be in place at EURO 2024 to ensure all fans can enjoy their time at the stadium safely.

Can I still turn up without a ticket?

If you don’t have a ticket for any one of the six scheduled matches that the Munich Stadium is due to host this summer, then it is highly advised that you don’t travel to the ground.

The Olympiapark Fan Zone will be one of the largest at the tournament and provides the perfect place for fans with families or fans without tickets to go and watch the games.

Positioned in the heart of the Olympic Park, a floating screen will be located on the lake and provide a brilliant viewing experience against a stunning backdrop.

In addition to providing a brilliant fan experience, the fan park will contain a multitude of different food and beverage facilities for you to enjoy and there will also be a host of live music from local bands and musicians.

Which games are being played at the Munich Stadium in Euro 2024?

There will be six games held at the Munich Stadium. There will be four group games, which are:

  • Germany vs Scotland - 14th June, 20:00
  • Romania vs Ukraine - 17th June, 14:00
  • Slovenia vs Serbia - 20th June, 14:00
  • Denmark vs Serbia - 25th June, 20:00

There will also be two knockout ties, which are:

  • Round of 16 tie - 2nd July - 20:00
  • Semi-final - 9th July - 20:000

What rules and restrictions do I need to know before entering?

As the tournament is hosted and organised by UEFA, fans need to be aware that the stadium rules may be slightly different to the regular German season. Here are some of the most important rules to be aware of.

  • Bags larger than A4 size won’t be allowed into the stadium.
    You can bring a small power bank, no larger than your phone.
  • A valid form of ID is required.
  • Professional cameras and cane umbrellas are not permitted inside the stadium. However, you can bring a small, fully collapsible umbrella.
  • All EURO 2024 stadiums are smoke-free venues. Therefore, smoking, e-cigarettes and heat-not-burn tobacco products are not allowed.

What is travel like to and from the stadium?

Due to the fantastic infrastructure surrounding the Munich Stadium there are several ways that you can travel to the stadium on matchday.

The most efficient way to get to the game is via the U-Bahn. Jump on the U6 towards Garching Forschungszentrum and get off at Fröttmaning U-Bahn station. From there it will take 15 - 20 minutes to walk to the ground.

If you want to make a day of it, shuttle buses will be running 3.5 hours before kickoff from the Munich fan park. The service will be continuous with buses running every 5 minutes. When at the stadium you can jump off the bus at either the south or north ends of the ground.

If you are making a flying visit from Munich airport, the best way to get to the ground is via the S-Bahn line S1 or S8 and get off at Marienplatz. Once there, change and jump on the U6 towards Garching Forschungszentrum, which will take you to the Fröttmaning U-Bahn station. From there, it will take you 15 minutes to walk to the ground.

Remember, if you have a match ticket, you’re entitled to a 36-hour Travel Pass at no additional cost for the entire VRS and VRR networks; it will be valid from 06:00 on matchday until 18:00 the following day.

Can I park at the stadium?

Parking at the Munich Stadium will be exceptionally limited, with only those who have pre-booked able to park at the ground. It is highly advised that fans find another way to travel to the game using public transport.

If you want to park at the stadium you will need to register. If successful, parking will cost 24 euros.

Can I purchase food at the stadium?

Those looking for a quick bite will find plenty of options available at the stadium, with all food and drink concessions opening up to three hours before kick off.

Every kind of diet is catered for, with traditional burgers and sausages being catered alongside vegetarian and vegan options.

Beer can be consumed inside the stadium but a €3 deposit will be charged for the use of a reusable cup. Soft drinks and other non-alcoholic beverages are also readily available.

Where can I eat nearby?

If eating at the ground doesn’t appeal, then there is no need to worry as there are plenty of food and drink options in close proximity to the stadium.

If you fancy sampling some traditional Bavarian food then Gasthof Zur Muehle is just two miles away from the ground. Featuring a variety of German foods, it could be a fantastic place to visit if you are new to the area.

If you want to stick to what you know, then Ristorante-Pizzeria Al Ruscello is just over a mile away and offers you the opportunity to have a quick bite before the game begins.

Due to the large number of fans that will be in the city centre, it is highly worth booking a table to avoid disappointment.

Can I take food and drinks into the stadium?

No, you will not be allowed to take food or drinks into the stadium.

A small amount of baby food is permitted inside if you are attending with a baby, though it is generally not advisable to take babies into the stadium due to the noise that will be created.