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Munich Football Arena

🏟️ Home to Bayern München
🧑‍🤝‍🧑 Matchday capacity: 66,000

📃 EURO 2024: Matches in Munich Football Arena

Munich Football Arena will host 6 matches during UEFA EURO 2024 ⬇️

⚽ 14 June 2024 at 21:00: Germany v Scotland (Gates open at 18:00)
⚽ 17 June 2024 at 15:00: Romania v Ukraine (Gates open at 12:00)
⚽ 20 June 2024 at 15:00: Slovenia v Serbia (Gates open at 12:00)
⚽ 25 June 2024 at 21:00: Denmark v Serbia (Gates open at 18:00)
⚽ 02 July 2024 at 18:00: Round of 16: Romania v Netherlands (Gates open at 15:00)
⚽ 09 July 2024 at 21:00: Semi-final: Spain v France (Gates open at 18:00)

All times are local (CEST).

Stadium gates open 3 hours before kick-off.

Check out the full match schedule.

🚊 Matchday travel

😎 Our stadium travel page carries all the details on how to get to the stadium. Public transport will be the most convenient, fastest and most sustainable option.

Download map

🚨 Stadium rules

Even if you are a regular visitor to Munich Football Arena, keep in mind that the stadium may operate differently for EURO 2024 and rules may be different from what you are used to.

🎒 Bags larger than A4 size won’t be allowed into the stadium.
🔋 You can bring a small power bank, no larger than your phone.
🪪 Make sure you have a valid form of ID on you (no copies). You may need to present it at the Ticketing Centre in case you have a problem with your match ticket, or if requested by public authorities.
🙅 Remember that 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. Please be considerate of other fans.

Download stadium rules

🏟️ At the stadium

📱 Mobile Tickets

All tickets will be mobile tickets and will be delivered on the UEFA Mobile Ticket App.

Make sure you have the app on your phone in order to download your ticket. If you have multiple tickets, remember to transfer them to your group – ideally before you leave for EURO 2024.

Our ticketing team will send you all the details by email. For more information, please visit our ticketing FAQs.


We recommend you enter through the entrance that’s indicated on your ticket. Have a look at the stadium map and our stadium travel guidance before setting off to ensure you arrive at the correct side of the stadium and avoid extra walking.

🍟 Food & beverage

All the excitement is sure to work up an appetite – but don’t worry: The concession stands in and around the stadium have got you covered.

⌚Opening hours: Concession stands open 3 hours before kick-off.
🍔 Food: Get ready to feast at the stadium! Enjoy a delicious array of options including stadium classics, vegetarian and vegan delights and some local favourites such as Leberkassemmeln.
🥤 Soft drinks: The assortment of beverages includes Vio water, Coca-Cola, Coca-Cola Zero, Fanta, Sprite, Fuze Tea and plenty more besides!
🍺 Alcoholic drinks: The range of drinks includes Bitburger Pils, Shandy Beer with Bitburger and Bitburger 0,0% Herb.
💳Payment options: You can pay by debit card, credit card and mobile contactless payment, including Alipay+. Some stands also accept cash payments.
♻️Deposit: All drinks are served in reusable cups, for which a €3 deposit will be charged. The cups can be returned to any drinks stand in exchange for the deposit.

🆘 Rapid Response Mechanism / Safe Space

If you are attending a match in the stadium and require immediate help (e.g. because you feel harassed, discriminated against, threatened or otherwise vulnerable), contact the dedicated on-site team:

Contact rapid response team

Additionally, each stadium has a dedicated safe space.

Go cashless:

💳 Many EURO 2024 stadiums favour cashless transactions. Enjoy a seamless experience by bringing your debit or credit card, or by using mobile contactless payments such as Alipay+. Cash payment options are limited and can’t be guaranteed.

❓ FAQs

Stadium entry ✅

Is there a minimum age to attend the match?

There is no minimum age to attend the match, but everyone must hold a valid match ticket in order to enter the stadium, regardless of their age.

Do underage ticket holders need to be accompanied by an adult?

Yes, ticket holders under the age of 16 can only enter the stadium with an accompanying adult. The accompanying adult MUST have a valid match ticket.

How early should I get to the stadium before the match?

We recommend getting to the stadium when gates open, 3 hours before kick-off.

Can I use any entrance at the stadium to get to my seat?

We recommend you to use the entrance specified on your ticket as it is the most comfortable way to find your block and your seat once in the stadium.

If I’m late to the match, can I still enter after kick-off?

You’ll still be allowed to enter the stadium as long as the security situation allows it. However, entrances may close at some point during the game, and you may not be permitted entry. So start your journey well in advance and allow additional time for security checks.

Once I enter the stadium, can I leave and come back in?

Re-entry is not permitted. If you choose to leave the stadium, you will not be allowed back in.

What props am I allowed to bring inside?

You can bring flagpoles that are a maximum of 1m long and 1cm in diameter and banners or flags that are a maximum of 2m x 1.5m.

What kind of flags and banners can I bring into the stadium?

You can bring any flag or banner you like, as long as they are not banned or carry any forbidden or discriminating symbols that would constitute a criminal offence in Germany. All items must meet the general requirements for flags/flagpoles or banners as outlined in the stadium rules (see above).

Are there restrictions on the jerseys I can wear for the match?

You can watch the match in any jersey you like – club or national team. Check the section above for restrictions on flags and banners.

I need to bring an item from the prohibited list for medical reasons. Does it need to be requested in advance?

Yes, if you need to bring anything for medical reasons, please get in touch with UEFA ticketing customer service to request an exemption. This can be done as of 1 June and or at least 48 hours before your match. On matchday, make sure you carry prescription evidence on you.

Are there gender-neutral entrances to the stadium?

Yes, the stadium will provide gender-neutral lanes at all entrances, where aspects like body checks before entering the stadium are performed without connection to binary limitations of gender identification or expression. Channels will be marked accordingly and are positioned mostly on the far right side of every entrance. EURO 2024 embraces gender identities and expressions as a spectrum that is not limited to a binary concept.

Are there toilets outside the stadium?

If you are heading to Entrance 1, you will find toilets at the foot of the railway bridge at Fröttmaning U-Bahn station exit. There are also toilets next to Entrance 2.

Tickets 🎫

What should I do if I have a problem with my mobile match tickets? Is there somewhere at the stadium that I can get help?

Yes! In case you have an issue with your match ticket, there will be 3 ticketing centres at the stadium. These are located right next to Entrance 1 in the south of the stadium and Entrance 2 and 3 in the north of the stadium. For more information, have a look at the Mobile Tickets FAQs.

If there's an issue with your ticket, you will be asked to provide valid proof of ID (the same ID that you provided in the ticketing system and/or the UEFA Mobile Tickets App), so make sure you have it on you.

At the stadium 🏟️

Is there anything to do at the stadium for non-ticket holders?

No. If you don’t have a ticket, don’t travel to the stadium. You’re better off heading to Fan Zone Olympiapark where there will be a free Public Viewing of the match and plenty more entertainment to enjoy!

Can I smoke inside the stadium? What about e-cigarettes?

Smoking is not allowed inside the stadium. This policy includes vaping, e-cigarettes, and heat-not-burn tobacco products.

What if I have a problem/emergency at the stadium?

In case of an emergency, reach out to the nearest steward, first responder or volunteer for immediate assistance.

A number of support services and response mechanisms will be in place at EURO 2024 to ensure all fans can enjoy their time at the stadium.

  • If you observe or experience any cases of discriminatory behaviour or human rights violations, our team of stewards, first responders, volunteers and specialised staff will be trained to provide you with support.
  • Each stadium will have a dedicated safe room.
  • An online EURO 2024 reporting tool will be available for fans to address any form of discrimination.

Is there a lost and found office at the stadium and what do I do if I lose or find something?

If an item has been lost, please head to the Info Point in the south of the stadium, which will be clearly signposted and indicated on the stadium map. Your request will be logged and our team will try to reunite you with your item during the match.

If the team is unable to locate your items during the match, all lost property will be kept at the stadium for three days after the match before being transferred to the Host City’s lost and found office. You can reach the stadium via phone (Tel. +49 89 2005-0) or E-mail. The Host City's lost and found office can be contacted on +49 89 233 960 45. You can also use this number to book an appointment to collect your belongings.

If you have found a lost item at a UEFA EURO 2024 stadium, please proceed as follows:

1️⃣ Take the item to the Spectator Info Point, which will be clearly signposted and indicated on the Stadium map. If you are unsure where this is, volunteers will be able to direct you.

2️⃣ The team will log the item for you and attempt to return it to its owner during the match.

3️⃣ Alternatively, you can hand the item to the nearest steward.

Are there phone charging stations in or around the stadium in case my phone runs out of battery?

There are no phone charging stations. Please charge your phone before heading to the stadium so it doesn’t run out of battery. You can also bring a small power bank, no bigger than your phone, into the stadium. Remember, you will need your phone to access your ticket, so make sure it is fully charged before heading to the stadium.

Is there Wi-Fi at the stadium?

Munich Football Arena offers a reliable Wi-Fi network that fans can access anytime.

Will the stadium be covered if it rains?

In general, all seats at Munich Football Arena are covered, but fans seating in front rows may get wet in heavy rain or windy conditions. Please check the weather forecast and wear appropriate clothing (e.g. a rain jacket).

Do I need to bring cash? Are there cash machines at the stadium?

At Munich Football Arena, cashless payments are the way to go. There are no ATM machines near the stadium.

Any advice for fans attending the match with children or infants?

For fans with very young children or vulnerable individuals: Please keep a close eye on young or vulnerable members of your party to avoid being separated in crowded areas of the stadium.

To help keep your group together, there is a wristband service for fans with young children or vulnerable adults. Parents or guardians can write their contact details on these wristbands. If you get separated, the team will let you know if the missing member of your group has been found. Wristbands are available at the Spectator Info Point, which will be clearly signposted and indicated on the stadium map.

Please note that pushchairs/strollers are not permitted in the stadium.

Are there gender-neutral toilets in the stadium?

Yes, and they can be used by anyone. Gender-neutral toilets can be found here:

Level 2, Section D, behind Block 109/110

Level 2, Section C, behind Block 108

Level 2, Section P, behind Block 133

Level 2, Section R, behind Block 135

🍟 Food & drink

Can I bring my own food and drinks inside the stadium?

No food or drinks can be brought into the stadium This includes drinks containers, whether full or empty. For medical exemptions, check the stadium entry FAQs above.

Am I allowed to bring baby food inside?

Small quantities of baby food are permitted. However, it is generally not advisable to take babies into the stadium.

Will allergens be signposted?

If you have any allergies or dietary restrictions, please ask the concessions staff for more information.

Stadium accessibility ♿

I have a question about accessibility at the stadium. Where can I find more information?

Check out our dedicated accessibility page for detailed information on travel, accessibility services at the stadium and more.

Stadium parking 🅿️

Can I drive to the stadium even if I haven’t pre-booked a parking pass?

No. Parking on matchday is strictly for ticket holders with a valid parking pass. Passes will not be sold at the stadium.

Who can help me if I have a question about the car parks, payment or parking pass delivery?

Parking passes are sold and managed by the respective parking operator. For any assistance, check out their detailed FAQs or reach out directly to the operator’s customer service team.

How far away are the parking areas from the stadium?

All parking areas are close to the stadium and within walking distance of the entrances (15 minutes at maximum). Maps will be provided closer to the tournament with more detailed information.

When does the parking area open and close on a matchday?

The parking areas open 4 hours before kick-off and close the morning after the match. Stadium gates for all EURO 2024 matches open 3 hours before kick-off.

Can I give my parking pass to someone else or can I get a refund?

Parking passes are non-refundable and the transfer or resale of passes is not permitted. But you don’t necessarily have to come with your own car. You can also ride with someone else and provide them with your parking pass, as long as you’re with them