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Bayern Munich Tickets

With a large and passionate fanbase, Bayern Munich tickets sell out quickly, especially for home games. Similarly, away matches are usually full, so away tickets can be hard to get your hands on. Compare prices from trusted retailers below.

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FAQs

How to Buy Bayern Munich Tickets: Home and Away

You can buy Bayern Munich tickets for home and away matches using the links above from our trusted retailers.

How Much are Bayern Munich Tickets?

  Prices for Bayern Munich tickets can range from 20 to 300 euros for a home match.

How Much is a Bayern Munich Season Ticket?

  For a Bayern season ticket, it's around 145 euros for standing and 350-765 euros for seated.

Can You Get Bayern Munich Tickets Without Membership?

  It is unlikely you’ll be able to secure a Bayern Munich ticket if you don’t have a membership, and even if you are a member, there are no guarantees. You can get hold of match-day tickets on Ticket Compare.    Membership for under 18's is 30 euros and membership for adults is 62 euros. However, membership doesn’t guarantee you tickets.  

About Bayern Munich

  Bayern Munich is a professional football club based in Munich, Bavaria, and play in the Bundesliga. The club was founded in 1900 by eleven football players led by Franz John.    Although Bayern won its first national championship in 1932, the club was not selected for the Bundesliga when it was founded in 1963. However, since then, Bayern Munich have gone on to be one of the most dominant football clubs in Europe. As of 2022, the club are ranked first in UEFA club rankings. 

Stadium Information

  The German Giants have called Allianz Arena their home since 2005, after playing at the Munich Olympic Stadium for 33 years.    Located at the northern edge of Munich's Schwabing-Freimann borough, Allianz Arena is the second-largest arena in Germany behind Weltfalenstadion in Dortmund. It has a seating capacity of 75,000 for domestic matches and 70,000 for international games.   The address is Werner-Heisenberg-Alle 25, 80939.

Honours and Trophies

  Bayern is the most successful football club in German history. They've won a record 32 national titles, 20 national cups, and multiple European honours over the years.    By winning the 2020 FIFA Club World Cup, Munich Bayern became the second club ever to win the 'sextuple' (which means winning the League, Cup, Continental Champions League in one season, followed by the Domestic Supercup, Continental Supercup, and Club World Cup in the following season). 

Team Information 

  Bayern Munich is one of the most successful clubs in Europe, with a rich history of achievements. The club has produced some of the greatest players in the game, including Franz Beckenbauer, Robert Lewandowski and Karl-Heinz Rummenigge.    The club’s top goal-scorer is Gerd Muller, who is widely regarded as one of the greatest scorers in history. Muller played for Bayern Munich for 15 years and scored ten goals in the 1970 FIFA World Cup. 

Rivalries

  Bayern's main local rival is 1860 Munich, who were controversially picked for the initial Bundesliga season in 1963. The derby between them is always a hotly contested event and attracts much media attention.    Since the 1970s, Bayern's main rivals have been those who put up the strongest fight against the club’s national dominance. Recently, Borussia Dortmund have been a primary challenger in the Bundesliga and the two have competed against each other for many titles.