Allianz Arena, FC Bayern Museum and Store to open again

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The long wait is over: After around eight months of closure due to the coronavirus pandemic and the hosting of four UEFA EURO 2020 matches, the Allianz Arena, FC Bayern Museum and FC Bayern Store will reopen their doors to visitors on 10 July 2021. Fans of the German record champions will once again be able to experience their favourite club on non-matchdays, and can look forward to numerous new attractions.

"A stadium lives from the people who visit"

"A stadium lives from the people who visit it - and they have been sorely missed. We're delighted to be able once again to offer visitors young and old a varied and exciting experience under the banner of FC Bayern on non-matchdays," commented Allianz Arena München Stadion GmbH managing director Jürgen Muth. The long period without visitors was used in many ways. For example, because three FC Bayern legends celebrated milestone birthdays between September 2020 and March 2021, three new special exhibitions now await fans in the club museum: "Kaiser 75" in honour of Franz Beckenbauer, "Goals for the ages. 75 Years of Gerd Müller" and "Il Grande Lothar" about Lothar Matthäus. These highlight the extraordinary trio as footballers and people above and beyond their deeds the pitch - and can be viewed until the end of 2021. Another must for every fan is the display cabinet on the record year 2020 containing all six trophies!

The newly opened "Allianz Arena Showroom" shines in the foyer of the club museum. This is an all-round experience of a special kind, spread across some 35 square metres. Visitors will also be able to take the Arena Tour again. A combi-ticket provides an ideal way of gaining exciting insights and background information about one of the most beautiful stadiums in the world.

From 10 July, the stadium and museum will operate in compliance with applicable distancing and hygiene regulations and will always be adapted to current circumstances and guidelines. The use of an FFP2 mask is mandatory for all visitors and staff. Limiting the number of visitors ensures the prescribed minimum distance of 1.5 metres can be maintained. Hygiene protection is installed in the checkout and store areas, and all waiting areas include distance markings. Due to officially-prescribed contact tracing procedures and the limited number of visitors, tickets are available online only.

The Allianz Arena will shine with a very special illumination on 10 June:


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