From now on you can experience even more on a visit to the Allianz Arena. The popular Arena Tours are returning after the international break with a new and improved concept, and will be expanded with even more highlights from October.
A visit to the FCB Museum is an absolute must on a tour of the German record champions‘ home stadium – and a permanent feature of all of our tours. Here you can immerse yourself in the history of Germany’s most successful football club, and experience past and modern successes at first hand.
New highlight: The legendary Südkurve
On the subject of history, FC Bayern’s most loyal supporters have stood in the legendary Südkurve for over 50 years. This is also now part of our tours: an experienced guide leads you to the area behind the goal and provides you with stories and anecdotes relating to one of the most famous home stands in the world. After the heart of the Bayern fans it’s onto the head of Bayern’s play, as a trip to the perimeter of the pitch and the coach’s bench are also on the tour programme. Of course, our guide will also find the perfect spot for your memorable souvenir photo at the Allianz Arena.
Tickets for the improved “Arena Tour & FC Bayern Museum“ offer are available for €25, with children aged 13 and under paying €11. If you want to experience the Allianz Arena with the whole family, we now also offer a family ticket, with which two adults together with an unlimited number of children from the same household can go on an expedition through the Allianz Arena for just €59.
Arena View new to the programme
For those who don’t want to explore the Allianz Arena on a guided tour, our new “Arena View + FC Bayern Museum” offer allows you to sample the unique atmosphere of Bayern’s home on your own. The Arena View takes you to the North Stand for as long as you want. Get comfy and let your eyes wander through the Arena with an audio guide in your ear. This way you won’t miss any detail, and you’ll also learn all the hidden secrets of the Arena – followed by a visit to Germany’s largest club museum. The low-priced family tickets are already available here for €47.