A barrier-free Allianz Arena

Information for disabled visitors

How to reach us & parking

Regulations for severely disabled visitors

Severely disabled visitors may park in the designated spaces in car park P1 free of charge on matchdays, provided they are in possession of the official blue parking permit (wheelchair symbol).

This permit can only be issued by district and state authorities to Munich residents identified as “strongly mobility impaired” or “blind”.

Possession of the green disability card (issued by the Zentrum Bayern Familie und Soziales - formerly the pensions office) does not entitle the holder to free parking.

Wheelchair access to the Allianz Arena:

Information from the Munich local transport authority (MVV)

Information from Munich City Council regarding disabled parking permits

Website of the Rollwagerl 93 e.V. fan club (in German language only)

  • 130 parking spaces for disabled visitors are located on Level 3 of car park P1 (P1 is clearly signposted from the public access roads) and are the closest parking spaces to the Arena. From this point, wheelchair users have unhindered and quick access to their viewing position in the stands.
  • Vehicles greater than two metres in height for transporting the disabled have to park on the coach park. The parking charge is €15.
  • Provided it is permitted by the event organiser, wheelchair users may use the designated special buses to enter the security zone via entrances S0 and S1 and travel as far as the disabled access points at staircases TK 3 and TK 7. Lifts are available here for Promenade Level E2. The special buses are available for the return journey.
  • Visitors who are unable to move from vehicles to their places in the stands are brought in their special vehicles to their seats from security zone E0 via the north and south lifts.
  • There is also unrestricted access to the stadium for all fans from the Fröttmaning underground station via the Esplanade. Visitors requiring lifts should use the access to the southern end of the platform. In contrast to the north entrance, escalators and lifts are available here.
  • The Fröttmaning Park and Ride facility is accessible via a pedestrian bridge. There is another lift here to the ground floor.
  • For health and safety reasons, access for wheelchair users is only permitted for holders of special wheelchair user tickets.

Inside Allianz Arena

  • 227 premium seats are allocated to wheelchair users and one accompanying person/carer along the side of the Arena on the top row of the lower tier (main access level), allowing room for manoeuvring wheelchairs.
  • The entire Level 2 with its kiosks, facilities for the disabled and disabled toilets (only accessible with EURO disabled person WC key) is barrier-free. Designated lifts are available on the north and south sides for changing levels to other areas.
  • 20 headsets are available for the visually impaired. Live match commentary by reporters for the visually impaired at the ground provides full information on the action on the pitch. 
  • 20 subtitle glasses are available for people with hearing disabilities. The match commentary runs as close-captioned live subtitles on augmented reality glasses. The subtitles are produced in the lower section of the glasses in real time by two online captioners.
  • One disabled toilet is fitted with a hoist.

Guided tours:

Individual guided tours for the disabled are operated on non-matchdays on Thursdays and Sundays at 14.00 CET. Available dates can be found on the Allianz Arena website. This offer is open to groups on all non-matchdays. Guided tours for individuals and groups must be booked in advance.

FC Bayern Erlebniswelt:

The FC Bayern Erlebniswelt – Germany’s biggest club museum - is also barrier-free. Level 3 at the Allianz Arena offers a fascinating mix of information, emotion and interaction - including for disabled visitors. Entrance to, and exit from, the FC Bayern Erlebniswelt is available via lifts. The entire exhibition is on one level. The design of the museum ensured all areas of the exhibition have barrier-free access. Generous provision of space and clear routing makes travelling through the history of FC Bayern Munich, from the foundation in 1900 to the historic treble in 2013, a fascinating experience for all visitors.

Information for disabled persons on the FC Bayern website:

Tickets and further information for disabled persons