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The so-called ‘2G-Plus rule’ applies on non matchdays

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The so-called ‘2G-Plus rule’ (geimpft/genesen und getestet/geboostert – vaccinated/recovered and tested/boosted) also applies at the Allianz Arena. Currently visitors must provide one of these proofs, ideally in digital form (app / digital vaccination certificate with QR code), when entering the Allianz Arena.

Important: Access is only possible with a FFP2 mask.

2G-Plus regulation: People must provide one of the following official documents:

  • Proof of a complete coronavirus vaccination (vaccination pass or digital) or
  • Proof of complete recovery from a coronavirus infection (= positive PCR test of a minimum of 28 days and a maximum of 3 months before the visit)

In addition to the vaccination or recovery status, a current negative coronavirus test:
- PCR test not older than 48 hours or rapid antigen test not older than 24 hours
- If a booster vaccination is presented, the additional negative test certificate is not applicable

For people who have received a booster after full immunisation or recovered from coronavirus after full immunisation, there is no additional test requirement.

Following people are excluded:
- Children under their 14th birthday

The relevant document must be presented at the north and south stadium entrances. This ensures, in combination with the hygiene regulations and rules, that all visitors and staff stay safe.

So, if you would like to visit the Allianz Arena: buy your ticket online, prove your ‘2G-Plus’ status and head off to the Allianz Arena. The fascination around the story of the German record champions is still there – and health takes priority.

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