Fan information for the game in Munich

Away to the league leaders: Hoffenheim fan representatives have put together all the important information to prepare TSG fans travelling to the Bundesliga opening match away to FC Bayern Munich (Saturday, 15:30 CET).

Fan paraphernalia

The following items of fan paraphernalia will be permitted at TSG's match away to Bayern Munich:

  • 5 large swinging flags (with a pole length of 1.5m or more)
  • An unlimited number of banners with double-holders (maximum pole length of 1.5m, hollow plastic tube)
  • Perimeter banners - unlimited (as far as space is available; due to the boxes below, perimeter banners in the upper tier may not be hung lower than the lowest edge of the plexiglas)
  • Digital cameras and cameras (but for private use only - no professional equipment)
  • Official stadium bags
  • Power bank charger up to max. 100g

Not permitted:

  • Block banners
  • Camera tripods
  • Pyrotechnics of any kind
  • Bags, sacks, tote bags or similar and rucksacks larger than DIN A4 size
  • Liquids, bottles and thermos flasks
  • Power bank chargers over 100g and selfie sticks

Covid rules

Admission to the Allianz Arena is only possible with one of the following forms of proof. This proof should ideally be presented in digital form (app or digital proof of vaccination with QR code) at the entrance. To avoid queues, evidence should be kept ready at the security check-points.

  • A negative Covid test
  • PCR Test, taken no more than 48 hours before kick-off

An antigen test is not valid! The following persons are excluded from the obligation to provide a test result:

- Children up to 12 years of age

- School pupils above the age of 12 who are subject to regular testing as part of school attendance

  • Proof of full vaccination

(at least 14 days must have passed after the last vaccination dose)

  • Recovered

(with positive PCR test at least 28 days and maximum 6 months ago)

An official identification document must be carried for the verification of the respective evidence.


FC Bayern Munich accept evidence via the following apps:

  • Corona Warn App
  • CovPass App

In absolutely exceptional cases, paper evidence can also be provided, but this will increase the time required for the entrance check. People with paper evidence must first go to the "Service Gäste 3G Kontrolle", where they will be given a QR code.

Hygiene rules:

Despite 3Gplus, compliance with all current hygiene measures is recommended.

This includes:

  • Maintaining 1.5m of distance from other people
  • Refraining from greeting gestures
  • Wearing mouth-nose protection
  • Avoiding crowds
  • Regular hand-washing and disinfection
  • Coughing into elbows


Payment is only accepted via cashless forms in the away section (credit and debit cards, Apple Pay, Arena Card).

Transport and parking

Approach via the München-Fröttmaning-Nord junction of the A99.


  • Parking in the away bus parking area (formerly bus parking area nord)
  • Parking fee is €25.00, bus car park opens at 10:00 CET on matchdays


  • Parking in the new multi-storey car park for away fans (P Gäste).
  • The parking fee is €10.00. Exit is only possible via licence plate recognition. Payment (cash, EC and credit card) and the associated entry of the number plate is only possible at the payment machine in the car park. At the service counter, licence plate recognition can only be paid for with EC and credit cards, no cash. To avoid long waiting times after the match, the parking fee should be paid before the match.


  • Vehicles that are too high for the away car park (over 2 metres), e.g. minivans, minibuses, etc., must park with the buses in the away bus car park. Parking fee for these vehicles is €15.00.

Wheelchair users

  • Parking with cars only in multi-storey car park P1 on level 3.
  • On match days, the first multi-storey car park (P1-P3) is open from 08:00 CET. Please follow the traffic guidance system!
  • Access for all wheelchair users is therefore via the south entrance (Admission 1).


  • Away fans travelling to the Allianz Arena by U-Bahn will no longer reach the south entrance of the Allianz Arena via the esplanade, but rather by following the footpath at Fröttmaninger Heide (beyond the U-Bahn tracks) to the new away entrance.
  • For departure, away fans (as in the past) should use the south esplanade to get back to the U-Bahn.
  • Due to construction work on the Munich S-Bahn, it is recommended to take the U5 from Munich Central Station to Odeonsplatz and change there to the U6 to the Allianz Arena.
  • This recommendation also applies to the return journey.

Additional Information

Stadium opening and ticket office:

  • The stadium will open 120 minutes (13:30 CET) before kick-off.
  • There will be no ticket office open on the day of the match.


  • TSG fans have been allocated blocks 339-347 of the Allianz Arena.


  • Away ticket holders can only enter the stadium via the ''Eingang Gäste'' entrance.

Exceptions for wheelchair users:

  • Arrival by car: parking garage P1 - access via "Einlass Süd" entrance.
  • Arrival by bus: parking P guests - access "Einlass Nord" entrance.

When entering the stadium, there is a double scan at the turnstile: first the ticket (QR code) is scanned, followed by the digital 3G plus proof (QR code). Only then is it possible to enter the Allianz Arena.

Blood alcohol limit:

Fans who are visibly drunk will not be allowed to enter the stadium.

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