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Grünwalder Stadion: All you need to know - Tickets, Direction, Weather (2022)

It hosted the Munich derby between 1860 and 1971 and the 1984 Summer Olympics. The Grunwalder Stadion, formerly known as the Städtische Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße and often nicknamed Sechzgerstadion, was for many years Munich's largest stadium. It hosted the Munich derby between 1860 and 1971 and the 1984 Summer Olympics.

Grunwalder Stadion

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Nicole Sommer - Soccer expert Last updated: Monday, 04.July 2022 — 3min read

History and description

It was initially used mainly for football matches, but also hosted concerts and other events. It held its final match in 1982. The Grünwalder Stadion, also known as the Sechzigerstadion, is a stadium located in Munich, Germany. The stadium was built by TSV 1860 in the 1910s and originally used for football matches only. It has been used for a variety of other events since then, including concerts and sports games. The last football match that took place at the Sechzigerstadion was in 1982. Today, it is one of the largest and most impressive football stadiums in Germany. Grunwalder Stadion opened on 21 May 1911 with a match between TSV 1860 Munich and MTV Munich (4-0). It was initially a rather modest ground, but got quickly expanded in the 1920s to a capacity of over 40,000. Today, it is one of the largest and most impressive football stadiums in Germany.

Today, the stadium is one of the most famous in the world and can hold up to 81,000 people.

This meant that the original stadium was reduced to a small sideline. In 1958, over 58,000 spectators attended a match between 1860 Munich and FC Nurnberg, setting a new record for the stadium. The redevelopment of the stadium included the construction of a new main stand and another stand opposite it in 1978. This meant that the original stadium became a small sideline.

The two clubs shifted between both stadiums for many years after that; however, in 1995 they permanently moved to the newly opened Olympiastadion. In 2005, both clubs moved to the newly built Allianz Arena.

However, TSV 1860 never warmed up to the much-too-large Allianz Arena, and later sold their share in the stadium a decade after moving in. In 2017, the club decided to move back into Grunwalder Stadion.

Over the years, the stadium's condition has gradually deteriorated and its capacity has been reduced due to safety measures; following the construction of the Allianz Arena, plans were made to demolish it. However, in the end it was decided to patch up the stadium. Various refurbishments in the early 2010s opened up all stands again, increasing its capacity to 15,000.

A stadium does not meet standards to play matches at 2. Bundesliga level, and plans exist to further renovate the stadium so that it can hold a capacity of 18,000 people and add cover to all stands.

The Grünwalder Stadion is also the home of Bayern's reserve team that plays in the 3. Liga, as well as their 2020 Season home games at the Olympiastadion.

How to get to Grunwalder Stadion

The Grunwalder Stadion is located in Giesing, south of Munich, at just over 3 kilometers from the city center. The stadium is easily accessible by public transport. Metro (U-Bahn) station Wettersteinplatz lies close to the stadium. Wettersteinplatz is on metro line U1, which runs past the main railway station (Hauptbahnhof) and a few stops just south of the city centre (e.g. Sendlinger Tor). It's a short journey of less than 10 minutes.

Another option would be to take the U2 metro line to the stop Silberhornstraße. The metro stops at the same stops in the city centre, but the walk to the stadium takes a few minutes longer.

If you're coming from the east (near Ostbahnhof), trams 15 or 25 will get you to the heart of town quickest. After getting off, walk to Tegernseer Landstraße stop. The trip takes about 15 minutes.

TSV 1860 Munich Tickets

Tickets can be bought online or at the ticket office at the club's training ground, Grünwalder Straße 114 (further south from the stadium). The TSV regularly sells out, so it is recommended to book in advance.

You can expect to pay from 25.00 to 33.00 for a seat at one of the sides and 16.00 for standing behind the goal.

Email [email protected] for more information.

Useful Internet links

The official website for TSV 1860 Munchen is tsv1860.de.This website has information about the team, such as results and fixtures, as well as information about the city of Munich itself. Additionally, the website has a journey planner to help users plan their travels around Munich. The public transport information website MVV-Muenchen.de is also important for tourists visiting Munich, as it has information on schedules and fares for both local buses and rapid transit trains in the Munich area. Photo credits: el loko

The singing was constant and the terrace bouncing; it was like England used to be thirty years ago but probably more good natured. 1860 won 3-1 and my mate managed to miss 3 goals during one trip to the toilet. Best day out I've had at a football ground in years.

The singing was constant and the terrace bouncing. It felt like England used to be thirty years ago, but it was probably more good natured. 1860 won 3-1 and my friend missed 3 goals during one trip to the toilet. That was the best day out I've had at a football ground in years.

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It hosted the Munich derby between 1860 and 1971 and the 1984 Summer Olympics. The Grunwalder Stadion, formerly known as the Städtische Stadion an der Grünwalder Straße and often nicknamed Sechzgerstadion, was for many years Munich's largest stadium. It hosted the Munich derby between 1860 and 1971 and the 1984 Summer Olympics.

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