The so-called ‘3G rule’ of having been vaccinated, recovered or tested (geimpft, genesen, gestestet) will apply in the Allianz Arena regardless of the local incidence rate from 2 September. That means visitors to the Allianz Arena must provide one of these forms of proof, ideally in a digital format (app or digital QR code showing proof of vaccination).
Visitors are only allowed access to the stadium with one of the following:
- Proof of completed vaccination (final required dose must have been at least 14 days previously)
- Proof of full recovery (positive PCR test must be from at least 28 days and no more than 6 months previously)
- Proof of a negative lateral flow test, not taken more than 24 hours previously
- Or a negative PCR test, not taken more than 48 hours previously.
Children up to the age of 6 or school pupils who are tested regularly in any case as part of the mandatory school protection programme are exempt. However, school pupils are subject to compulsory testing during school holidays and must provide their own 3G proof.
The respective document must be presented at the north and south stadium entrances. In combination with the hygiene regulations and rules that apply beyond that, this ensures that all visitors and staff remain healthy.
A medical mask must be worn by people aged 16 and over throughout the museum. Children between the age of 6 and 15 must at least wear a mouth-nose covering.
The seven-day infection incidence was adopted by the 14th Bavarian Infection Protection Measures Ordinance. A new hospital indicator takes effect as the leading indicator in its place.
Visitors should therefore buy their tickets online, provide 3G proof and make their way to the Allianz Arena. The fascination around Germany’s most successful club remains – and health comes first.
You can find an overview of nearby testing stations here.