Created on 31-05-2022 at 18:40 PM
One of the classic fixtures in world football will take place for the 38th time on 7 June (20:45 CEST) when the German national team host rivals England at the Allianz Arena. Almost a year after the bitter defeat to the Three Lions at the European Championship, Hansi Flick’s team are aiming to get revenge and, with the backing of the fans in Munich, land three important points in the battle for first place in the UEFA Nations League.
All information - UEFA Nations League, Matchday 2, Tuesday 7 June 2022
Germany vs. England
Stadium opens: 18:45 CEST
Kick-off: 20:45 CEST
Hygiene measures at the stadium:
There are no longer any coronavirus safety measures or distancing rules when attending FC Bayern’s home stadium. The wearing of a face mask is also not mandatory, but is still recommended. The health of all visitors remains our priority.
Important advice on travelling to and from the match:
As well as public transport, you can reach the Allianz Arena by bike or car. There are over 10,000 car parking spaces available. Car parks P1 to P3 are open for you. Parking of mobile homes on matchday is only possible in the visitors’ car park with a match ticket. Please follow the parking instructions of our security staff. Exit from the car parks is via number plate recognition - please book your parking ticket in advance online or conveniently via the Allianz Arena App.
Please note: There is no shuttle service for disabled people running for this international match.
Experience has shown that it takes 1 to 2.5 hours to empty the car parks after the end of the match and for the more than 10,000 cars to leave the Allianz Arena. We therefore recommend our visitors to take up our post-match offering (following the press conference on the video walls or visiting the Paulaner Fantreffs) to fill the time that would otherwise be lost in the car park.
The Allianz Arena in your hand - with the new app:
The new app makes visiting the Allianz Arena even more comfortable. Download it here:
FC Bayern Museum closed, no matchday tours:
On the day before the international match up until the stadium is open (7 June, 18:15 CEST), the Allianz Arena remains closed to visitors. No tours will be offered on matchday, while both the FC Bayern Museum and the FC Bayern Fanshops will also be closed.
Food and payment at the Allianz Arena:
All kiosks for refreshments are open to visitors for the match. In addition, both the Paulaner Fantreff South and North are open. Especially after the final whistle, it's worth taking a detour there to round off your matchday experience perfectly. Why wait in the car park for the exit when you can enjoy a cosy meal and drink with friends instead?
Next fixtures at the Allianz Arena:
It’s not yet known when FC Bayern’s first home match of the new season will take place. The fixture list for the 2022/23 season will be announced by the DFL on 17 June. All upcoming matches at the Allianz Arena can be found at any time in our fixture list.