Make your arena excursion even more varied by also exploring the area surrounding the stadium. The Fröttmaninger Heide nature reserve borders the Allianz Arena. And on the other side, from Fröttmaninger Berg you have a great view of the arena, the city - and in good weather even the Alps. Furthermore, only five kilometres away you will find the FC Bayern Campus including its new home for the fans: the new Clubheim *1900.
The Clubheim *1900 on the FC Bayern Campus.
A home for Bayern fans! Since October 2021, the Clubheim *1900, the club restaurant has been the central venue and contact point for all members, their families and supporters of the club with the biggest membership in the world. The *1900 offers a wide range of culinary delights at fair prices and is also the perfect place to cheer on the Reds: In a cosy ambience, all FC Bayern matches are broadcast - and not only football ones, but all sports for which there is a TV signal.
The *1900 is located on the grounds of the FC Bayern Campus (Maps), where the young talents of the German record champions learn their trade. It can be easily reached by bike from the Allianz Arena - and anyone who wants to take a stroll through the countryside for a while can also stop at the clubhouse after a walk on the Fröttmaninger Heide (Fröttmaning Heath).
The Fröttmaninger Berg (Fröttmaning Hill)
The most beautiful view of the Allianz Arena is undoubtedly from the top of the Fröttmaniger Berg. Here you can let your gaze wander over the rooftops of Munich and, with the right weather conditions, you can even see as far as the Alps (looking south) and, (looking north), the Böhmerwald (Bohemian Forest). At an altitude of 75 metres, the recreation area is perfect for walks and, in winter, for sledging. To the north of Fröttmaniger Berg you can discover the Heilig-Kreuz-Kirche (Church of the Holy Cross), built at the beginning of the 13th century and the oldest preserved church building in the municipal area of Munich.