Munich hosts four 1st round games, a second round
match and the second semi-final in the Allianz Arena - the home of Bayern Munich and TSV 1860.
World Cup Schedule.
The 66,000 capacity Allianz Arena
hosted the Opening Ceremony of the 2006 World Cup Finals.
Unlike the Olympic stadium,
there is no running track and no curve at the ends of the ground so fans are actually
closer to the field of play.
Munich Allianz Arena
Friday, 9th June
Germany vs Costa Rica
Wednesday, 14th June
Tunisia vs Saudi
Sunday, 18th June
Brazil vs Australia
Wednesday, 21st June
C�te d'Ivoire vs Serbia
and Montenegro (3:2)
Saturday, 24th June
Second Round (Match 49)
Germany vs Sweden (2:0)
Wednesday, 5th July
Portugal vs France
Getting to the Stadium:
The Allianz Arena is located about five miles north
of Munich city centre, at the junction of the A9 and A99 motorways.
Public Transportation in
The U6 (direction Garching-Hochbr�ck) stops at Fr�ttmaning.
If you need to travel on the S-bahn, take any S1-S8 train to
Marienplatz (between Hauptbahnhof and Ostbahnhof) and change for the U6.
Trams 16, 17, 18 or 27 go to Sendlinger Tor, where once again you can
change onto the U6 towards Garching-Hochbr�ck.
Alternatively, bus 293 goes to Studentenstadt where you can change for
the U6, or take the 693 to Kieferngarten and pick up the U6 there.
Distances From Munich (By Train)
Berlin: 6hrs 40mins
Dortmund: 5hrs 55mins.
Frankfurt: 4hrs 5mins.
Gelsenkirchen: 5hrs 50mins (via
Hannover: 4hrs 40mins.
Kaiserslautern: 4hrs (via
Köln: 4hrs 40mins.
Nürnberg: 1hr 45mins.
Stuttgart: 2hrs 20mins.
Flying Between Matches:
fly from Munich to Berlin, to Cologne, and Hamburg.
The S1 and S8 both travel between the airport and Munich Hautbahnhof.
If you need to go straight to the stadium from the airport (heaven
forbid) then take the Airport Express S8 to Marienplatz and change onto the U6 (direction
Garching-Hochbrück) to Fröttmaning.
Munich, Germany's third largest city, is the state capital of
Freistadt Bayern (Bavaria).
View beautiful panorama images of Munich.
Munich's official internet site.
Make sure to visit the Isartor, Karlstor and Sendlinger Tor - the three town gates
remaining in Munich.
Named after the column of the Virgin Mary at its centre, the square is famous for its
Neo-Gothic Town Hall (Altes Rathaus). Easily reached on foot from the station, this is
where the U6 leaves for the stadium.
Eating in Munich:
Popular restaurant located near the Rathaus on Marienplatz.
It is never easy to understand the menu of a traditional Bavarian restaurant.
Unfortunately, Bavarian restaurants do not usually provide bilingual menus, only those
affiliated to a hotel usually do. However, that should not deter you from trying Bavaria's
unique cuisine - this little glossary can help you to find your personal favourite.
Drinking in Munich:
When it comes to drinking beer in Munich, this is the number one address; just aroung the
corner from Marienplatz, at Platzl.
In Munich the atmosphere of the many bars differs immensely. Some are cafés and bars at
the same time and make for a more relaxed, quiet evening. Others are stylish meeting
points for the rich and beautiful.
The tradition has spread all over Germany, but you won't get the genuine thing anywhere
else but in Munich: Biergärten.
If you'll be doing a lot of beer drinking in Munich, you might want to
pack a copy of The
Beer Drinker's Guide to Munich.
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