Bayern fans in the hearts of the Holy land, heart and mind for so long, finally reached! Let's start with the mode of transportation from the airport to Allianz: transfer U6 (Garching-Forschungszentrum or Fr&_6; ttmanning direction) to Fr&_6 from airport S8 to Marienplatz; get off at Allianz (thanks to the indigenous partners of Munich for picking me up)! I bought a round-the-clock pass, which was the most convenient. I forgot whether it was 12 or 20 euros. There are also football signs on the station signs, so they won't be mistaken. After entering the hall, follow the road signs to find a special place for visitors. There is a pass to visit the Stadium + Bayern Museum. There are many German interpretations and English interpretations. There's also a huge Bayern fan store, where all kinds of purchases come in. I went to Munich from Athens in a summer suit. Munich has down jackets on this side. I immediately bought a coat and put it on. Haha. As a Museum of Bayern Municipal Fans, it's definitely going! There are all kinds of trophies, equipment left by legendary players, jerseys, tickets and so on. In the museum, my small universe is boiling like a bomb! By the way, if you visit, you should avoid the match day, otherwise it seems that it is not open. MIA SAN MIA!
Fortunately, I got tickets two days before the start of the tournament and watched Bayern Munich's Bundesliga match against Frankfurt smoothly. From the city to Allianz Stadium is very convenient. You can get there by subway. Look at the football pictures on the subway map. There are also a lot of Bayern fans going along the way. It's very well recognized. It's about 5 to 8 minutes from the station to the stadium, but the surrounding area is open so you can see the stadium from a long distance. Allianz is the most beautiful and eye-catching stadium to see. Entry security is very straightforward, so many people will not wait too long. It is worth noting that when shopping or eating on the court, one must first get a card and use the recharged card to collect no cash, so if one does not want to buy another card as a souvenir, it will be more convenient to buy it outside the court first, or there is a BistroBar in the middle of the court that collects cash, but only eats in it, and can go to the halftime break and be found unexpectedly. The atmosphere of the stadium is naturally very pleasant, not to mention much. Personal experience is that the Germans are still graceful in watching the ball, but they are still enthusiastic and very good. In addition, sharing the experience of ticket purchase, in fact, there will be scalpers selling tickets in the station, but the price will be casually open their own discussion, temporary decision to see the ball can try their luck, but if there is a plan, you can go to Bayern official website to see, there is a second-hand ticket market can be bought, about a week before the start of the game to see it, too early no one to sell, the price is much more reasonable than Viagogo, single ticket is better to buy, continuous seats ticket brush frequently. New or have a chance, I just brushed two hours two nights before the race, bought two tickets for Euro 70, in Viagogo to buy more than 100.
Allianz Stadium is the most modern stadium in Europe. When Bayern Munich is playing at home, the stadium, which can accommodate 75,000 spectators, will be mapped into a red luminous body, visible miles away. Designed by Swiss designer Jacques Herzog and Pierre Mullon. The exterior wall consists of 2874 air cushions, of which 1056 can shine in the competition. When the team in the stadium changes, the color of Munich Allianz stadium wall can be changed, and its magic will be far beyond imagination. Blacks in Munich like the stadium very much and kindly call it "seat belt" or "rubber boat". Voting shows that most Munich blacks are willing to pay more taxes for the "world's most fantastic stadium" and Bayern and 1860 will share the costs. In a vote, 65.8% of the citizens agreed to build a new stadium, and 37.5% of them signed their names. The Allianz Stadium was designed by two young Swiss architects, Herzog and de Mellon, and was approved in February 2002. In October 2002, Bayern President Beckenbauer laid the foundation for the new stadium. In April 2005, Allianz Stadium was officially completed. The stadium provides various recreational facilities for fans. Food and beverage services, nurseries, halls of fame, fan shops and other facilities are available. The total area of service for fans is about 6500 square meters. There are also some offices and conference rooms. Stadium visits are not limited to 90 minutes of competition. With no runway and no arc near the corner flag, Bayern Munich's hard-core fans are closer to the stadium and their stars. The Allianz Stadium is conveniently accessible, near A9 Road and has the largest underground parking lot in Europe, providing 10,000 parking spaces. Its unusual surface consists of 2874 diamond-shaped membranes, which are self-cleaning, fire-resistant, waterproof and heat-insulating, and keep 350 Pascal atmospheric pressure inside. Each membrane structure can be illuminated in red, blue and white at night, corresponding to the colours of Bayern Munich, 1860 and German national team uniforms.
As Bayern powder, Allianz is the holy place in my heart!! It was so exciting to see Allianz Stadium. On August 14, 2015, yes, it happened to be the day of the Bundesliga season's unveiling in 2015/2016. It was so nice to squeeze into the subway with a bunch of Bayern loyalists. Unfortunately, although early booking, but Bayern's ticket lottery system did not draw us, the scene scalpers 150 euros a person... Next time you make money by yourself, take Dad to the scene. I recommend you to catch up with a match. The atmosphere of watching the game in Germany is excellent. The Allianz Stadium is one of the best classics in Europe and even in the world. Even for aspheric fans, it is worth feeling. Of course, Bayern Municipal loyalty need not be said, but also add Sebena Street, is not it?^^
Bayern Municipal Stadium, the Holy Land of Fans, the stadium is new and big. There is a subway to the stadium. The city centre used to be about 30-40 minutes. Although not a Bayern Munich fan, since I came to Munich, I still have to go to the game. Just in time for Munich's first day of the season is Bayern Munich's official league game, Ram and Rongo's last game. Before departure, all kinds of ticket search strategies, combined with their own actual situation, a simple summary: (1) Official website to buy tickets, basically no good. I have long been concerned about whether there are tickets on the official website. The answer is No. Considering the popularity of the German football market and the significance of the game, it is normal (so it seems that Italian tickets are still good to buy. When I go to Italy for 16 years to watch Inter and Rome, I can buy them in the official store the day before). (2) viagogo, this is the bigger ticketing website abroad, and finally I chose this one. The disadvantage is that the price is very expensive (the platform will also charge for handling fees), the reason for buying at that time was that I felt that I had booked the tickets before I went. Later, it spent 3000 to buy two tickets (1500 per ticket, the top level in the stands, the goal behind the oblique, basically the worst position). Later, I regret the decision to die. (3) Other channels, including Taobao, fan forums and so on, have not been found. When I got to the stadium, I asked the scalpers, and they were in the same position as me. Basically, they were selling at the original price, 50-60 euros per person. I did that. Later, I simply talked with the scalpers. Except for the key competitions (focus battles, strong-strong confrontations), we should be able to buy tickets for a slightly worse position at this price. Of course, I guess some scalpers also have fake tickets, which depends on your identification ability and personality. Anyway, I bought it a lot more expensive this time. The atmosphere of the stadium is very good. Beer and hot dogs are basically standard matches. At the end of the race, there were so many people that the subway was very crowded.
Pilgrimage sites for football fans are not as old as the Munich Olympic Stadium, but they are also stadiums for the 2006 World Cup opener and Bayern Munich Museum 20 Euros. It's not cheap to see a Bundesliga tournament in other parts of Germany. There's nothing just for self-driving in the suburbs.
Outbound overpass, has been able to see the breathtaking vision of Allianz Stadium, facing the direction of the stadium, will never get lost. Although we still haven't realized our desire to watch one of the five major leagues on the spot, we can feel the home of another big club after Milan San Siro Stadium at close range. We can't help but accelerate our pace. Ten minutes later, we arrived at Allianz Stadium, the German football temple. The 2874 diamond-shaped membrane structure of the modern stadium wall, which costs 280 million euros and is designed with the latest environmental protection concept, is clean, fire-resistant, waterproof and heat-insulating, and keeps 350 Pascal atmospheric pressure inside forever. When the team in the stadium changes, the color of the wall can also change. If you are lucky to pass by at night, you will see the warm "red" of Bayern Munich team. The fan shop of Allianz Stadium has a large area, and there are many kinds of fans'goods. From baby bottles to car decorations, the team logo of "Bayern" has been printed. As a loyal fan of German football, I bought myself a Bayern football, a brooch and a Bayern Optimus Prime truck model, which realized my closeness to German football.
Everyone in Munich has a wish to see a football match. Our companion Mike helped us inquire and told us that there was a match on the weekend, but it wasn't the Bundesliga, it was the Bundesliga in 1860 Munich. He also said that the Bundesliga games in Bayern Munich generally do not buy tickets, because all the bookings are completed, the problem of Bundesliga is not big. He also said that this is an off-schedule item, if you look at it at your own expense, more than 30 euros per ticket. With Mike, six of us decided to go to the game. I don't have much interest in football. I have only watched Luneng's home game once in China, but in order to experience German football culture, I decided not to miss this opportunity. We asked Mike how to cheer for the team. He said that if he cheered for Munich 1860, he would shout: Sechzig, Sechzig! (German: 60, 60!) The closer the Allianz Stadium was, the clearer it became. After the snow, the silver-white Anlian Stadium and the earth almost merge with the white clouds. It looks like a flat spherical building filled with air. The lines are gentle and magnificent. Although the daytime is not as gorgeous as the night, it still gives people an elegant atmosphere, fashion and noble feeling. Its outer wall is indeed composed of more than 2,000 inflatable spheres, and more than 1,000 of them can emit light at night. In a sense, Beijing's Water Cube draws on its technology, but it should be more advanced in technology. It can emit three colors of light, and more than 2,000 spheres have self-cleaning function. Even if you watch it in close proximity during the day, its exterior walls are clean. Because I decided to watch the game later, it was the ticket after the opening, so it was discounted to more than 20 euros. Inside, it was found that there was a lobby surrounded by the grandstand, and on the side of the wall there were some small shops. Although it's not a break, there are three or two audiences shopping. Some bought bread with long sausages and went inside while eating. Others even went to the bleachers with a bunch of beer. The appetite of the Germans is as good as the pleasure of watching football. On such an occasion, it is like a festival PARTY for Germans, who are enjoying their hearts and minds. There is a special area for people with disabilities. Wheelchairs can go directly, without going up and down stairs, without the help of others, and can be viewed in wheelchairs. It is said that during the construction of the Allianz Stadium, more than 200 wheelchair seats were reserved, and its humanized service can be seen. Although the stadium with more than 60,000 people only has more than 40,000 people to watch the game, it does not feel that the audience is sparse, because all the spectators are concentrated in the lowest area, only the upper bleachers are empty. The hard-core fans of Munich 1860 and Augsburg clubs were placed at both ends of the stadium, with blue and white flags and clothing on one side and red and green hues on the other. I happened to sit behind the cheerleading team at the main stadium. They shouted and shouted, sang and danced, and made waves of noise. Fortunately, Munich 1860 won the home game by 1:0 under the situation of poor ranking in this year's competition.