Allianz Arena: Renovation Work In and Around Allianz Arena for EURO 2024

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Exciting Upgrades Underway at the Allianz Arena for UEFA EURO 2024


Get ready for a summer of football fever as the Allianz Arena, home to the German record champions, gears up to host six thrilling matches of UEFA EURO 2024. Following FC Bayern’s final home game against VfL Wolfsburg from May 10th to 12th, the stadium is undergoing extensive renovations to ensure an unforgettable experience for fans.


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Enhancing Safety and Infrastructure


Ensuring the safety of spectators is paramount for a spectacle like the European Championship. To meet this priority, a temporary security perimeter with 120 entrances will be erected on the esplanade in front of the Allianz Arena. This robust setup will uphold the highest security standards while facilitating smooth access to the matches. Moreover, a dedicated team of volunteers will be on hand to assist and guide fans throughout the tournament.


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Elevating Media Facilities and Technology


With EURO 2024 poised to captivate audiences worldwide, the media facilities are being upgraded to accommodate the influx of international journalists. The press stand will be expanded, and additional Pitch View Studios, presenter platforms, and camera platforms will be installed within the stadium. Furthermore, a specialized accreditation center will be established near the Arena at Equilaland. Inside the stadium, fan meeting areas will be transformed into temporary offices. The TV compound surrounding the Arena will also undergo expansion, equipped with cutting-edge technology to facilitate seamless match broadcasts. The installation of the latest 5G mobile technology will ensure optimal connectivity for both fans and media personnel.


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Transitioning to the Munich Football Arena


During the tournament, UEFA will assume ownership of the stadium, leading to a temporary rebranding as the “Munich Football Arena.” The familiar name of FC Bayern will temporarily step aside, with the capacity increased to accommodate 66,000 fans for EURO 2024 matches. UEFA has curated a comprehensive guide detailing match information and the exciting supporting programs awaiting fans.


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