Parking Spaces for Caravans (campervans)
General information for caravan parking during the Oktoberfest 2016:
During the Oktoberfest (17th September – 3th October 2016) the parking spaces cannot be used or approached. Visitor parking will generally be closed at 7:00 pm.
There is parking for recreational vehicles just outside Munich’s gates for only 15 euro’s per night. This price is the same for cars with trailer caravans.
Please note that drivers with trailer caravans must notify our staff at the entrance barrier that they have a trailer due to barrier response timings.
Caution all Camping-Fans! The central bus park, directly next to the Allianz Arena, is available for use outside of match days.
For planning purposes, please refer to the following instructions:
Parking is not possible the day before or on the day of a match. On match days, parking spaces are occupied by the fan busses from the early hours, therefore campers and cars are not able to use the parking spaces in this car park from 7:00 pm (closing time) the night before the game. The car park will be reopened the day after the game. Please make sure your plans coincide with our match calendar.
A positive aspect for campers parking at the Arena is its proximity to the city centre. The city centre (Marienplatz) is accessible by public transport in 30 minutes. Beautiful beer-gardens and German villages are an option closer to the stadium.
Cyclists also find themselves in an ideal location. The surrounding areas are full of very well laid out and signposted cycle paths, meaning beautiful bike tours are possible in close proximity to the stadium. Munich is also easily accessible by bicycle, taking cyclists on a scenic route along the Isar.
The ADFC also advertises the possibility of taking a bike to the Allianz Arena for all Munich football fans. The City Council has prepared a signposted night-lit route from Marienplatz: (www.muenchen.de/Radlnetz).
The Allianz Arena itself opens daily at 10:00 am. This way, campers can fit in a stadium tour before going for a wander in the city later on.
Our cafeteria as well as our indoor-beer garden is also open from 10:00am. To round it all off, fans and visitors can take a stroll through our FC Bayern Erlebniswelt, the largest club museum in Germany.
The central bus car park offers 10 parking spaces with electrical power supplies (8 x 16 CEE, 2 x 220 Volts), and 100 parking spaces without electrical power supplies. The ground is grass paver.
A filling station is provided for fresh water. A coin machine is stationed to control the usage. 20 litres of fresh water costs 0.20 cents. Waste tanks can be emptied at the Arena. During the winter there is no water system provided.
You do not need to reserve camping spaces at the Allianz Arena. A Camping Card is also not required. You can enter the Car park around the clock, apart from match days and the night before match days (see above). Camping liability insurance is sufficient.
Dogs are allowed to be brought to the camping site. A lead length requirement is not applied.
Fröttmaning underground station is within 10 minutes walk from the Stadium. The underground takes you to the city centre (Marienplatz) within 20 minutes.