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Getting to the stadium

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Use the Volkswagen EURO 2020 Map – an interactive journey planner on the UEFA EURO 2020 app. Plot your routes between the UEFA Festival site and the stadium, see all additional services and shuttles as well as road closures and walking routes.


The stadium is located in the north of Munich, between 30 and 45 minutes from the city centre depending on your starting point and mode of transport.

❗ Remember you must use the stadium entrance indicated on your ticket. So plan your route to the stadium before you set off to avoid missing your dedicated entry time slot.

🚗 By car

We recommend arriving by car as it is a safe and comfortable option. If you want to travel to the stadium by car, you need to purchase a parking ticket for the game in advance. Parking tickets can be purchased here. Note that you can only purchase a parking ticket with a valid ticket for the respective game. Please do not drive to the stadium without a parking ticket, as there will be no options to park your car without a pre-purchased parking ticket.

Arena car parks P1-P3 are well signposted, but make sure to plan your journey in advance, be aware of road closures and allow enough time to get through all security checks on time. The location and direction to your parking spot will be provided at booking and also be printed directly on your parking ticket.

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You need a parking ticket purchased in advance via the link above to park at the stadium. Do not drive to the stadium on matchday without a parking ticket, there will be nowhere to park!

🚆 By public transport

📍 München-Fröttmaning
🚇 Metro (U-Bahn) Line 6
⌚ Journey time from city centre: approximately 20 minutes
🚶 Walk from Fröttmaning station to stadium entrance: approximately 10-15 minutes

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Travelling around Munich via public transport? Check out the MVV Website for information on hygiene measures and health & safety guidelines for your trips across the city.

🚴 By bike

Cycling to the venue is a great alternative. The route is well signposted in the city centre, and Munich's cycling network is extensive. Bicycle racks are located to the north of the stadium. Make sure to look at the map before starting your journey.

🚖 By taxi

If travelling to the stadium by taxi, there is a dedicated drop-off zone before the game, located south of the arena. Walking from the drop-off zone across the esplanade to the entrance will take around 20 minutes. After the game, there are two taxi pick-up zones, one south of the stadium and one north. Follow the signage to the taxi stands. Take into account that road closures and travel disruptions are likely to affect your journey.

If you choose to travel by taxi, make sure to inform yourself about potential hygiene measures in place, such as wearing a mask and getting in the taxi via the back.

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Accessible Stadium

🚗 Getting There & Parking

Spectators can travel to the stadium by car if they have an accessible parking pass for UEFA EURO 2020.

Fans who applied for accessibility tickets were able to indicate whether they needed a parking pass. Fans who requested a parking pass have been contacted by UEFA's ticketing team and were offered the opportunity to claim their complimentary parking pass on the ticket portal. However, keep in mind that there's only a limited number of parking permits available, so even if you have requested one, we can't guarantee that all applicants will be successful.

Please check the Ticket FAQs for more information.

🚇 By public transport

The vast majority of S-Bahn stations in Munich are accessible. View the MVV map of barrier-free stations for

🚖 By taxi

The taxi drop-off point before the game is located south of the arena. The accessible shuttle, which will take disabled spectators to the stadium, will also start from there, so you can transfer from the taxi to the accessible shuttle seamlessly.

For further information on accessible travel in Munich, visit the CAFE Football Spectator Guides.

🏟️ Amenities & Facilities

  • Viewing areas for wheelchair users have good sightlines, sheltered seats and unobstructed views.
  • There are accessible refreshment kiosks available with lowered counters, situated 15m from the disabled fans areas.

Visit CAFE for more info on venue accessibility.

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