|297 (Press seats)|
|333 (Bussiness seats)|
|Inauguration||26.05.1972 (RFN - ZSSR 4-1)|
|Capacity for international games||59 000|
|Record audience||90 000 (15.08.1973 TSV 1860 - FC Augsburg 1-1)|
Germany: Why did Bayern play in special jerseys?
The outfit in which the German champions played last Wednesday attracted the attention of fans not only from Munich. The appearance of this occasional creation was no coincidence - it is associated with the former home of the team from Bavaria.
Munich: TSV 1860 will get help in stadium upgrade
The city council decided a way forward. Perhaps already next year expansion of Grünwalder Stadion could be under way. But while the stadium is about to grow, it also has to lose one or more of its tenants.
Munich: TSV 1860 to search for land outside city limits?
If no progress is made in the next six months, TSV 1860 investor Hasan Ismaik will search for stadium land outside Munich. Is this an ultimatum to mayor Dieter Reiter?
Munich: Could football return to Olympiastadion?
For the last 11 years Olympiastadion had no football tenant. This year it doesn’t even have a field. Could that change if TSV 1860 were to leave Allianz Arena?
New lists: Who got 4 and 5 stars from UEFA?
It’s only 38 stadiums in total across Europe, so the two lists are truly exclusive. Check out who was granted a 4 or 5-star note by UEFA and why we’re showing these lists to you now…
Munich: Is this the final refuge for TSV 1860?
Jordanian investor of TSV 1860 met with the mayor of Munich to discuss possible options for the club’s relocation. Or a single option, rather, because there’s only one stadium site available.
Munich: TSV want to build new home in Olympiapark
The refugees from Allianz Arena are again presenting their idea of a new stadium. And again it meets opposition in the city. Should TSV 1860 build just beside the Olympic Stadium?
Munich: Bayern to play in silent Allianz Arena?
The Bavarian club is doing everything to kill all support it gets in the south stand – this was previously the opinion of fans, but they are now joined by journalists. Ahead of the new season vocal fans were given a clear signal that they are not wanted.
Germany: Fans don’t feel safe?
Temperature around German football safety has been growing for months and is almost as hot as the flares set off by fans inside stadiums. Flares much hated by football governing bodies who suggested a new safety system, claiming people don’t feel safe at football games. They only forgot to ask the people, whether this is the case…