The main feature of the stadium, which has a capacity for up to 71,000 fans, is the unique façade. It is made up of diamond-shaped cushions of air and can be illuminated in the colours of the home team (red for Bayern Munich and white for the national team).
The Arena TourThe hour-long Arena Tour, available both to groups and individuals, begins with a visit to the middle tier of the stadium, before heading into the lower tier and the press conference room. From here, you are just a few steps award from the highlight of the tour: a visit to the players' changing rooms. In the tunnel you can experience how the footballers feel just before kick-off. You then pass through the mixed zone to return to the normal visitor area, where you can find more information about the Arena's unique façade.
The Kids TourThe 90-minute tour includes the showing of a film as well as a tour of the Allianz Arena, which includes many highlights for children, including a visit to the changing room used by Bayern Munich, depending on the wishes of your child and their friends. There is also a press conference for kids in the original press conference room, where the stars normally face the journalists. The tour ends with a penalty shootout in the Kick Hall.
The Handicapped TourOn match days, the Allianz Arena is the most disability-friendly stadium in Germany. Now wheelchair users have the opportunity to discover the fascination of the Allianz Arena on non-match days too. You can find more information about the Handicapped Tour on our "Tourism for all" page.
FC Bayern MuseumSince May 2012, visitors have been able to discover the history and successes of Germany's greatest football club across the 3,000 sq m of the FC Bayern Museum. The most important moments in club history are presented in the interactive exhibition using lots of different exhibits and video sequences.
You can find more information about the tours, opening hours, registration, directions, prices and more at: www.allianz-arena.de!