UEFA EURO 2024 Munich: All The Important Details To Know

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The UEFA EURO 2024 Munich is nearly upon us. This year’s motto is “Munich celebrates Europe”, and it couldn’t be more correct. Keep reading to find out all of the important dates, events and more coming to Munich this summer!

Enjoy attractions for all ages; from live music, plenty of food options, and performances from local and international artists alike. Also, of course, there will be an array of different football-like activities.

UEFA EURO 2024 Munich Basics

Here’s what you need to know…

Dates: Friday, June 14, 2024 – Sunday, July 14, 2024

Locations: Munich Football Arena

Tickets & more info: Tickets are available here and you can see the exact game/location schedule here.

UEFA EURO 2024 Munich: Tickets

Ticket Prices

Available matches have tickets here, and starting prices are €400. However, there are also options to purchase resale tickets as well!

When & Where To Buy Tickets

The best place to get tickets would be directly through the official resale platform. However, just keep in mind that tickets are then available on the platform in several time windows, with the next (and final) opening up in early May.

Viagogo is also another great option for finding last minute tickets for the Munich matches:

UEFA EURO 2024 Munich: Travel And Accommodation

Travelling To Munich

Arriving In Munich By Plane

If you are planning to get to Munich by flight, you should become familiar with Munich’s two airports: Franz Josef Strauss Airport and Memmingen.-the first is the larger international while the latter is smaller domestic flights.

If you arrive at Munich’s main airport, the S1 and S8 S-Bahn trains will take you directly into down town Munich every 20 minutes. This trip takes about 45 minutes and costs less than 10 euros.

Arriving In Munich By Car Or Bus

The city is easily accessible by train, bus, and car (if you want to brave the German autobahn, that is…). If you are planning to travel from elsewhere in Europe, look to take trains that end at Munich Hauptbahnhof, right in the heart of the city. And make sure your bus journey ends at Munich’s main bus station, the ZOB.

Getting Around Munich

Public Transportation

One thing we love is the ease of getting around the city! Typically most destinations are walkable, but when not, our local public transportation system is a pretty easy way to get there.

Check out our full guide to using it for all the helpful details!

Getting To The Arena

You can get to the stadium via the S-Bahn from Munich Main Station or Munich East Station to Marienplatz.

From there, take the U6 underground line (towards Garching-Hochbrück) to Fröttmaning. The travel time from Marienplatz to Fröttmanning is only about 15 minutes and then once you get off at Fröttmanning and you’ll just have a quick walk to the arena!

Where To Stay In Munich

Located at the Intersection of Highway 99 and 9, there are a number of accommodation options available near the stadium itself:


There, are of course, a multitude of hotel options to choose from during the games, but these three offer the closest comforts for comparable prices:


And for hostels, we’d always recommend these city center options (they have the best reviews and deals usually!);

EURO 2024 Munich: Football Arena & Matches

Matches in Munich Football Arena

UEFA EURO 2024 Munich: All The Important Details To Know
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From the start of June until early July, the Munich Football Arena will host a total of 6 matches during the during UEFA EURO 2024.

Matches In June

The Munich stadium will host 4 games in the round-robin and then two games in the playoffs in July


  • 14 June, 9 p.m.: Germany – Scotland
  • 17 June, 3 p.m.: Romania – Ukraine
  • 20 June, 3 pm: Slovenia – Serbia
  • 25 June, 9 p.m.: Denmark – Serbia

Matches In July

  • 2 July: round of 16
  • 9 July: semi-final

EURO 2024 Munich: Highlights & Events

EURO 2024 Fan Festival

As well as the games themselves, be sure to check out EURO Fan Fest too. The event has a range of activities like live music, health classes like yoga and fitness, small football games, workshops, poetry slams, theatre, stand-up comedy, open-air movies, and more!

There’s a ton happening at Olympia Park all tournament long so be sure to swing by!

Fan Zone Olympiapark

Dates: 14 June – 14 July

Location: OlympiaPark (Hans-Jochen-Vogel-Platz)

Cost: Completely free!

Tickets & more info: No ticket required

Fan Zone Olympiapark Public Viewing

Right in the middle of the Fan Zone area in Olympiapark, you can watch all 51 matches live on a large floating screen on Olympic Lake. You’ll be able to take a seat on the grass and enjoy the live music on stage while watching the game!

Fan Fest EURO 2024 Concert

Fan Fest Euro 2024
Photo from Fan Fest

Two days before the opening game of the UEFA EURO 2024, the EURO 2024 Fan Fest concert will kick off on the Theresienwiese.

This big warm up concert will include performances by Ed Sheeran, Nelly Furtado, Mark Foster, and Dylan on June 12! You can find more details and grab a ticket here.

Any Other UEFA EURO 2024 Munich Highlights Or Tips We Should Add?

Let us know in the comments!

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