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  3. Allianz Arena introduces Pick-up service on matchdays The Pick-up service will be introduced for the first time at the match against Union Berlin at selected kiosks on level 2. Match schedule The next matches at the Allianz Arena Here are the possible dates of the upcoming home games in Munich's football temple. Car Parks

  4. Allianz Arena - Wikipedia

    Allianz Arena ( German: [aˈli̯ants ʔaˌʁeːna]; known as Fußball Arena München for UEFA competitions) is a football stadium in Munich, Bavaria, Germany with a 70,000 seating capacity for international matches and 75,000 for domestic matches.

  5. General information - Allianz Arena

    The Allianz Arena, opened in 2005, was designed purely as a football stadium. The architecturally unique arena was constructed in under three years. Read on for comprehensive facts and figures about the state-of-the-art stadium in the heart of Europe.

  6. Allianz Arena (Munich) - All You Need to Know BEFORE You Go

    Allianz Arena is a great modern stadium and can be accessible by metro. It's 40 minutes far from the city center. Despite it is well organized with tours in several languages, we were unlucky with our tour guide, that was very little emphatic and kept asking questions to the tourists to guess about the stadium facts.

  7. Allianz Arena | Description & Facts | Britannica

    Allianz Arena, stadium in Munich that was designed by the architecture firm Herzog & de Meuron and completed in 2005. When Germany was awarded the honor of hosting the soccer World Cup in 2004, it needed new stadiums to accommodate the matches. The Allianz Arena was one of the most successful of these stadiums.

  8. Allianz Arena: Bayern Munich Football Stadium - e-architect

    The Allianz Arena in Munich design by Herzog & de Meuron Architects sets a new architectural milestone in stadium design. It opened in May 2005, replacing the city’s old Olympic Stadium as the new home to the football clubs Bayern Munich, in 1 Bundesliga, and TSV 1860 Munich, in 2 Bundesliga.

  9. Calendar - Allianz Arena (EN)

    Arena News Getting here & Entry A barrier-free arena Facts Fröttmaning experience Fixtures Payment on matchdays Site- & Seatmaps Hospitality & Tickets Allianz Arena App Tours & Museum Store & Catering Meetings & Events Overview Eventbrochure Support Program Roomfinder DO & CO Services & Downloads Opening Times More